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The Lamonster
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(09-10-2010, 06:06 PM)
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Kirkwood is a suburb in St. Louis, Missouri. It's generally a pretty nice mid/upper-class area, but for some reason all of the recent local insane news stories have been coming out of Kirkwood. I've lived in Kirkwood, currently work near Kirkwood and have family that currently live there.

Last Sunday night, at 12:30am, my cousin found an adult man in a white ski mask standing on her Kirkwood home deck, lighting it on fire with some sort of flammable liquid. He ran away and the fire was extinguished but they never caught the guy. Fucking Kirkwood.

Let's take a look back at the recent stories of Kirkwood insanity, starting with a brand new one:



Mentally Disabled Woman Held as Sex Slave
http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/c...8140bdff7.html

KIRKWOOD, MO - 9/10/10 - A Kirkwood man arrested by the FBI on Thursday was one of four Missouri men who paid a fifth to either watch him torture a mentally disabled woman online or torture her themselves, prosecutors said.

The 20-page federal indictment, unsealed with the men's arrests Thursday, contains accusations of sexual and physical torture lasting five years, acts that U.S. Attorney Beth Phillips called "among the most horrific ever prosecuted" in the Western District of Missouri.

The alleged torturer, Edward "Master Ed" Bagley Sr., 43, of Lebanon, Mo., tattooed the woman to mark her as his slave, convinced her that she was legally "bound" to him and threatened her, prosecutors said. He also is accused of forcing her to work as a stripper.

Bagley tortured the woman for five years, until he induced a heart attack while suffocating and electrically shocking her on Feb. 27, 2009, prosecutors said. She was hospitalized.

Her hospitalization sparked an 18-month investigation that led to the charges.

Those alleged to be customers for the woman's forced services included Bradley Cook, 31, of the 11500 block of Big Bend Road in Kirkwood; Dennis Henry, 50, of Wheatland, Mo.; Michael Stokes, 62, of Lebanon; and James Noel, 44, of Springfield, Mo., prosecutors said. Henry's occupation was listed as postmaster general of Nevada, Mo., but that could not immediately be confirmed Thursday evening. Cook, according to state records, is a licensed real estate broker associate.

The indictment alleges that Bagley met the woman when she was 16 and a runaway and persuaded her to move into his trailer with promises of a "great life" and a future as a model and dancer.

She got her own room, furniture and TV, and Bagley began giving her drugs, showing her pornography and sexually abusing her, prosecutors said.
When she turned 18, he persuaded her to sign a 'sex slave contract," which he said bound her to him for life, prosecutors claim.

Bagley "beat, whipped, flogged, suffocated, choked, electrocuted, caned, skewered, drowned, mutilated, hung and caged" the girl "to coerce her to become a 'sex slave,'" the indictment says. It adds that he tied her up and hung her in the air, locked her in a dog cage and used staples, nails and a sewing needle and thread during torture sessions too violent to describe.
In 2005, Bagley began boasting online that the girl was his slave and could be tortured during online sessions or in person, the indictment says.
Henry, Stokes, Noel and Cook gave Bagley cash, cigarettes, computer equipment, sadomasochism videos, coats and meat in exchange for access to the girl, the indictment says.
If she cried out or tried to stop the torture, it only got worse, prosecutors said. Bagley threatened her by claiming to have buried other bodies behind his trailer home and shooting animals that she cared for in front of her, prosecutors said.
Bagley also performed abortions on the girl, the indictment says.

The indictment says Cook, the Kirkwood man, downloaded pictures and videos of the girl being tortured, gave Bagley a computer hard drive containing sadomasochism and torture videos downloaded from the Web, watched the torture live and had sex with the girl.
Court documents allege that Cook has a long history of violent behavior, sadomasochistic conduct and drug abuse and that "he tortured and sexually mutilated at least two other female victims in the past."

A call to one of Cook's former addresses was answered by someone who declined to answer questions about Cook and referred a reporter to Cook's lawyer, but declined to provide a lawyer's name.

The men could face life in prison.


6 Dead in Shooting Rampage at Kirkwood City Council
http://more.stltoday.com/stltoday/ne...a?OpenDocument
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirkwoo...uncil_shooting

KIRKWOOD, MO - 2/7/08 - The last things Charles Lee "Cookie" Thornton said to his family were "To God be the glory" and that he loved them.

Then Thornton headed to Kirkwood City Hall, gunning down a police officer outside. He then burst into the City Council meeting just after the Pledge of Allegiance and opened fire, shooting another officer dead and apparently targeting public officials he's sparred with in the past.

Police said those killed included three Kirkwood officials, two police officers and the shooter. Two others, including Mayor Mike Swoboda, were injured.


The Post-Dispatch confirmed through officials and other sources that among the dead were Councilwoman Connie Karr, Public Works Director Kenneth Yost and police officers Tom Ballman and William Biggs.

A correspondent for the Post-Dispatch who was attending said the 7 p.m. meeting had just started when Thornton rushed into the council chambers yelling and began shooting with at least one weapon.

"He came from the back of the room," said Janet McNichols, the correspondent. "He kept yelling something about 'shoot the mayor' and he just walked around shooting anybody he could."

McNichols said the shooter first fired at Ballman, a police officer at the meeting. She said she looked up and saw that the officer had been shot in the head.

Thornton then targeted Yost, who was sitting in front of McNichols. He also was hit in the head, she said.

"After that, I was on my stomach under the chairs," she said. "I laid on my stomach waiting to get shot. Oh, God, it was a horror."

McNichols said Thornton continued to yell about the mayor. From his voice and the gunshots, she could tell he had approached the dais at the front of the room, where the council sits behind a semicircular desk.

He fired at City Attorney John Hessel, who told McNichols he fended the attacker off by throwing chairs. She saw Hessel later, appearing uninjured except for a knot on his head.

McNichols said councilman Michael H.T. Lynch also was shot.

Tom Noonan, a former city council member and a friend of the mayor, said Swoboda was in intensive care at St. John's Mercy Medical Center. He was in critical condition Friday morning at the hospital, said hospital spokesman Bill McShane.

After the gunman fired at officials around the dais, police officers burst into the room and there was more yelling, McNichols said. Thornton shouted he had a gun, shots were fired and officers shouted they had gotten him.

St. Louis County police spokeswoman Tracy Panus later confirmed that police had killed the man believed to be the shooter.

"We have what we believe to be our suspect," Panus said. "We are not currently actively searching for anyone in the area."

Thornton was not a stranger to the council, where he was often a contentious presence.

McNichols said he often aimed his ire at Swoboda and at Yost.

Late last month, a federal judge in St. Louis dismissed a lawsuit in which Thornton, representing himself, claimed Kirkwood officials violated his free speech rights by prohibiting him from speaking out at meetings.

In a ruling Jan. 28, U.S. District Judge Catherine D. Perry took into account that Thornton had twice been convicted of disorderly conduct for disrupting meetings in 2006 with off-point complaints about persecution by officials.

"He'd come to the meeting and he'd have a big easel and a picture of a donkey on there and call the council asses," McNichols said.

Sportscaster Doug Vaughn of Channel 4 said he went to Kirkwood High School with Thornton and has run into him through the years. He said Thornton's behavior changed after police cracked down on his parking of vehicles for his construction company outside his home in Meacham Park. He felt harassed, Vaughn said.

"He was more than a critic," Vaughn said. "It got to where he was showing up at every council meeting and trying to dominate everything. He kind of lost his mind."

Mike Prosperi, owner of the Imo's Pizza near City Hall and near where the first officer was killed, said everyone knew "Cookie." He said Thornton was known for his contentiousness at council meetings, but said there was another side.

"I'm just so shocked," Prosperi said. "He always had a smile on his face. He was always saying, 'God bless you. God bless you.' If he'd see you at the Sam's Club or the hardware store, he'd go out of his way to say hello."

On Friday morning, Jean Gutchewsky, an eighth grade reading teacher at nearby Nipher Middle School, came to lay flowers in front of City Hall.

"Cookie was not a monster," Gutchewsky said. "He used to be a real happy guy. He just snapped. We need a lot of prayers today."

About a block away from City Hall is a monument to another recent violent incident in Kirkwood. It honors Sgt. Bill McEntee, who was gunned down in the city's Meacham Park neighborhood by Kevin Johnson in 2005. Johnson was convicted late last year and sentenced to death earlier this month.

"It's just mind-boggling to see all this happening again," said John DeSherlia, who lives nearby. "I mean, this is like déjà vu. You don't think these things will happen in Kirkwood. We've built ourselves up as such a safe community."

McEntee was the second police officer in Kirkwood to be killed since 1898. The two officers killed Thursday were the third and fourth.

"It's so hard at this point to make sense of this," said the Rev. Robert Osborne of St. Peters Church in Kirkwood. He is the Kirkwood police chaplain.

He had spent the evening with police. He described it as a scene of great sadness.

Police from area departments were offering condolences and hugs, he said. Condolences were also pouring in from elected officials around the state.

"I join Missourians tonight in praying for the victims, their families and friends, and everyone in the community of Kirkwood," Gov. Matt Blunt said.

The shooting incident on Thursday night was reminiscent of the day in 1992 when Kenneth Baumruk, a litigant in a divorce case, pulled put a pistol in the St. Louis County Courthouse in Clayton, killed his wife and wounded four others. He survived and has been sentenced to death for the slaying.

The shootings stirred up fears for some mayors, who said they have sometimes felt unsafe when controversial issues or angry residents confront them.

"That's not something we normally do, but I had a feeling about that meeting," said Langston, 53, who has served as mayor for seven years. "It was an issue that some people had become totally obsessed and upset about and it all came to a head that night... We felt really exposed. We realized that if someone got mad enough to get violent, it would be tough to stop them."


2 Missing Boys Are Found
http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpag...52C0A9619C8B63
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_J._Devlin

KIRKWOOD, MO - 1/13/07 - When the police entered an apartment near St. Louis yesterday looking for a 13-year-old boy who had disappeared 60 miles away on Monday, they found him and a bonus: another Missouri teenager who had been missing for more than four years.

Officers found William Ownby, who vanished after stepping off a school bus in Beaufort on Monday afternoon, and Shawn Hornbeck, a 15-year-old who was last seen riding a bicycle near his home in Richwoods in October 2002, inside the rental apartment, in Kirkwood, Mo.

Sheriff Gary Toelke of Franklin County told reporters that both boys appeared dazed but unharmed.

Officers arrested Michael Devlin, 41, who lived in the apartment, and charged him with one count of first-degree kidnapping. Mr. Devlin was being held on $1 million bond.

Robert Parks, the prosecuting attorney of Franklin County, told reporters that Mr. Devlin had confessed to the crime and added that more charges were likely to be filed in the case.

Sheriff Toelke said officers were questioning Mr. Devlin, who worked as a pizza-delivery dispatcher and on the overnight shift in a funeral home, to try to determine a motive behind the abductions. Mr. Devlin's name was not found in a check of the Missouri Highway Patrol's registry of sex offenders. Similarly, a search of Missouri court records revealed no criminal history.

In Beaufort, family and friends of William, a Boy Scout known as Ben, had been conducting a full-scale search yesterday for the boy. He was last seen dashing home from the school bus on Monday. A schoolmate told the authorities that he saw a dilapidated white pickup truck with a camper shell speeding away from the spot.

An intense hunt ensued in rural Franklin County. Members of the Ownby family appeared on television to make tearful appeals for the boy's return. Community members plastered fliers throughout the area and ventured out on foot, horseback and all-terrain vehicles looking for clues.

The break in the case came Thursday evening when two Kirkwood police officers, out to serve a warrant at the Kirkwood apartment complex where Mr. Devlin lived, spotted a white truck that matched the description, Sheriff Toelke said. The blocklong single-story complex is just off Interstate 44 near a collection of industrial buildings.

The Kirkwood police contacted the Franklin County Sheriff's Department, located Mr. Devlin's address and returned the next day to find Ben and, to their surprise, Shawn Hornbeck, in the apartment, he said.

Sheriff Toelke said that Shawn identified himself to officers when they entered the home. He had disappeared on Oct. 6, 2002, when he was 11. His parents had reported him missing after he rode to a friend's house on a lime-green mountain bike wearing a Little League jersey but never arrived.

Ben, who was wearing a red shirt and jeans yesterday, appeared somewhat dazed when he was reunited with his family around 5 p.m. at the sheriff's office, Sheriff Toelke said. He added that Shawn's parents were coming to meet their son at the same location.

''There are a lot of things we don't know right now,'' he said.

At Imo's Pizza in Kirkwood, where Mr. Devlin worked, a manager declined to comment. At the Bopp Chapel, where he worked the overnight shift, Susan Waterman, a funeral director, declined to comment on the situation, saying the chapel would release a statement today.

Shanadeus
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(09-10-2010, 06:08 PM)
So it has a higher than above crime rate when compared to other small towns?
If so, try your best to convince your family to move out of there.
CrocMother
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(09-10-2010, 06:10 PM)
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Death penalty for the guy who held the woman as a slave. Those people should not be allowed to be in our society, not even in prison.
SimleuqiR
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(09-10-2010, 06:18 PM)
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Sounds like the Winchester brothers should take a trip down to Kirkwood....some demonic shit is happening there.
Dai Kaiju
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(09-10-2010, 06:18 PM)
That was one of the most fucked up stories I've ever read. Wow...
erpg
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(09-10-2010, 06:19 PM)
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Bagley "beat, whipped, flogged, suffocated, choked, electrocuted, caned, skewered, drowned, mutilated, hung and caged" the girl

Sounds like the kind of punishment the guy should receive during his life-long prison term.
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(09-10-2010, 06:22 PM)
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Wow, that really is some horrible shit.


"Cookie was not a monster," Gutchewsky said.

*snicker*
The Lamonster
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(09-10-2010, 06:23 PM)
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Originally Posted by Shanadeus

So it has a higher than above crime rate when compared to other small towns?
If so, try your best to convince your family to move out of there.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirkwood,_Missouri#Crime

The city is normally low in crime. In 2007 and 2008, Kirkwood was the site of two sensational events. On January 12, 2007, Michael J. Devlin was arrested for abducting 13-year-old William "Ben" Ownby. Police investigating the case had discovered Ownby and also 15-year-old Shawn Hornbeck living at Devlin's apartment. Hornbeck had been missing since the age of 11, when he was abducted from near his home in Richwoods, Missouri. The Shawn Hornbeck Foundation was set up to find him and other missing children.

On February 7, 2008 a gunman shot multiple people at a Kirkwood city council session, killing five: Council Member Connie Karr, Council Member Michael H. T. Lynch, Public Works Director Kenneth Yost, and two police officers, Sgt. William Biggs and Officer Tom Ballman. Kirkwood mayor Mike Swoboda and Suburban Journals reporter Todd Smith were wounded. The gunman, Kirkwood resident Charles "Cookie" L. Thornton, who had a history of disruptive behavior and legal actions against the city government, was shot and killed by police. Swoboda died the same year on September 6, 2008, succumbing to cancer in addition to complications from the February shootings.

Metroid Killer
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(09-10-2010, 06:27 PM)
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Fucking crazy shit. How fucked up a human can be. :(
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(09-10-2010, 06:34 PM)
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Why did I real all of that... fucking sickening.
Flo_Evans
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(09-10-2010, 06:45 PM)
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Fucking disgusting. WTF is wrong with some people. Crazy that Kirkwood is considered one of the "good" neighborhoods in St. Louis.
WedgeX
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(09-10-2010, 06:50 PM)
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Sounds like any seemingly normal town in Maine.


That Stephen King writes about.
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(09-10-2010, 06:56 PM)
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The alleged torturer, Edward "Master Ed" Bagley Sr., 43, of Lebanon, Mo.

Vic
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(09-10-2010, 06:59 PM)
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Is there any Gaffer who's from Kirkwood?
Forkball
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(09-10-2010, 06:59 PM)
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Well my Friday is ruined.
FOOTE
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Kirkwood is considered a great city in the St. Louis area. There is a section that is considered sort of ghetto, and I can't recall it's name (something park). A lot of really nice cars, nice houses with huge price tags and generally good people. It's really amazing the amount of stories that have come out Kirkwood over the last few years. Certainly not the norm, at least it wasn't.

Edit-South County represent!
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Shiv47
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(09-10-2010, 07:04 PM)
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Thanks OP, for highlighting that the last dude worked at an Imo's. Now I totally want some Imo's right now.
hsin
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(09-10-2010, 07:08 PM)
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Wow. Try reading the actual legal documents for more than a minute. Fucking despicable.
TheUsual
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(09-10-2010, 07:18 PM)
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Originally Posted by hsin

Wow. Try reading the actual legal documents for more than a minute. Fucking despicable.

Goddamn. These men deserve to be killed.
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(09-10-2010, 07:35 PM)
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Killing these degenerates is much too good for them, they should be put through the trauma this poor girl was put through. I only hope that she's able to recover from this and the state provides her with all of the support that she needs.
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(09-10-2010, 07:40 PM)
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I always wondered how/if/when a STL GAF thread might come to pass.

This is acceptable.

:lol
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(09-10-2010, 07:43 PM)
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Originally Posted by TheUsual

Goddamn. These men deserve to be killed.

Too easy.

So frustrating, there's really no way to punish these guys like they deserve to be.
Shiv47
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(09-10-2010, 07:46 PM)
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Hmm...

zoukka
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(09-10-2010, 07:48 PM)
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This shit is medieval.

I'm gonna puke.
themustardman
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(09-10-2010, 07:54 PM)
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My fucking god.
First and third articles really got me the most.
offshore
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(09-10-2010, 07:55 PM)
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That sex slave story is just...ugh..."sewed FV's urinary opening and vagina shut to show what was "expected of her""

Ugh, just unbelievable. Sick.
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(09-10-2010, 07:58 PM)
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Originally Posted by hsin

Wow. Try reading the actual legal documents for more than a minute. Fucking despicable.

Holy...
Dissonance
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(09-10-2010, 08:04 PM)
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Holy fuck dude, what the hell...Why did I read all of that? :/
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(09-10-2010, 08:05 PM)
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Originally Posted by Einbroch

Holy...

I am not one for suggesting the death penalty but jesus h christ in a fucking handbasket, if that guy doesn't deserve to die then I don't know who does.
The Lamonster
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Originally Posted by Vic

Is there any Gaffer who's from Kirkwood?

I'm close enough.


Originally Posted by FOOTE

Kirkwood is considered a great city in the St. Louis area. There is a section that is considered sort of ghetto, and I can't recall it's name (something park). A lot of really nice cars, nice houses with huge price tags and generally good people. It's really amazing the amount of stories that have come out Kirkwood over the last few years. Certainly not the norm, at least it wasn't. Maybe I'll end up moving to Des Peres.

Meacham Park


Originally Posted by Shiv47

Thanks OP, for highlighting that the last dude worked at an Imo's. Now I totally want some Imo's right now.

<3 Imo's :D


Originally Posted by belvedere

I always wondered how/if/when a STL GAF thread might come to pass.

This is acceptable.

:lol

:lol
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Originally Posted by hsin

Wow. Try reading the actual legal documents for more than a minute. Fucking despicable.

Wow. That guy must be like the most fucked up person ever. A poster boy for the death penalty, for sure.
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Originally Posted by Nappuccino

I am not one for suggesting the death penalty but jesus h christ in a fucking handbasket, if that guy doesn't deserve to die then I don't know who does.

Those guys don't deserve to die; they deserve to be tortured themselves. And even then that probably would be too generous.
trupclow
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(09-10-2010, 08:11 PM)
I can second the fact that Kirkwood is a messed up place. Actually, the greater St. Louis area in general kind of sucks and I can't wait to get out of here. For every awesome thing the city has to offer, there are 5 things that just ruin it. Also, we have east st louis....


The loop is freaking awesome though, as well as the central west end.
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(09-10-2010, 08:12 PM)
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Holy fucking wow. I read the entire actual court document.

Just kill the dude. Honestly. People like him really don't need to be walking the earth ... even if they are inside a prison.
ThLunarian
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(09-10-2010, 08:14 PM)
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Sounds like the setting and background story of some kind of sequel to Stephen King's "It" :(
exarkun
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All of those articles reeeek of damage control. Still promoting the area as safe and such. I hate areas like that, similar to ones in Dallas, where the image is muuuuch more important than admitting that there has been some problems in the area.


This also has to be said. If you live in a upper class neighborhood with a rather ghetto looking area close by, please expect crime rates and general property violations to go up during a recession (as reference to OP's cousin's place). All that your neighborhood represents to the ghetto-er communities is the the growing gap between classes in your city (at least thats how my friends still see it). I'm kind of curious, has the rate of the non-crazy felonies/misdemeanors gone up?


The torture story is obviously disgusting and holy shit at the multiple criminal/felony counts. State doesn't even have to invest in this trial :lol . Basically gift basketed to them. The main guy will probably get life, should get death penalty even though you can't get it for rape but the length of the rape/torture has to count for something, but the others sound like they were more on the fringe and will probably make deals/settlements. : (
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(09-10-2010, 08:22 PM)
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Originally Posted by trupclow


The loop is freaking awesome though, as well as the central west end.

The loop is awesome. I really want to check out that new Moon bar/restaurant with the rooftop patio.

My wife and I used to live fairly close to Kirkwood but moved to St. Charles about a year ago. It's the first place in St. Louis where I actually love living.
The Lamonster
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(09-10-2010, 08:24 PM)
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Originally Posted by trupclow

I can second the fact that Kirkwood is a messed up place. Actually, the greater St. Louis area in general kind of sucks and I can't wait to get out of here. For every awesome thing the city has to offer, there are 5 things that just ruin it. Also, we have east st louis....


The loop is freaking awesome though, as well as the central west end.

The South Grand area is pretty awesome too, as far as cool bars and restaurants.

Originally Posted by belvedere

The loop is awesome. I really want to check out that new Moon bar/restaurant with the rooftop patio.

My wife and I used to live fairly close to Kirkwood but moved to St. Charles about a year ago. It's the first place in St. Louis where I actually love living.

I got my hair cut last night a V Vegaz, which is directly across from the Moonrise Hotel in the Loop.

I just moved to Sappington (off Gravois) and I'm loving the area.
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(09-10-2010, 08:24 PM)
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That torture is awful... just awful.
DeathbyVolcano
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(09-10-2010, 08:25 PM)
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Jesus, it's like fucking Twin Peaks
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Originally Posted by trupclow

Actually, the greater St. Louis area in general kind of sucks and I can't wait to get out of here.


I love me some St. Louis. Don't let the door hit you on your way out there guy.
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(09-10-2010, 08:30 PM)
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Flipping hell... I mean what the fuck man. I skimmed the article cause I knew it'd be one of "those articles" and I wanted to preserve what little good mood I've got going so far, but the snatches of info were more than enough, ugh. This dude is a fucking monster, I mean, what the fuck compels someone to commit these types of acts? And I'm from Saint Peters myself, so Kirkwood isn't that far away :/
belvedere
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(09-10-2010, 08:33 PM)
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Originally Posted by The Lamonster

The South Grand area is pretty awesome too, as far as cool bars and restaurants.


I got my hair cut last night a V Vegaz, which is directly across from the Moonrise Hotel in the Loop.

I just moved to Sappington (off Gravois) and I'm loving the area.

Ah yes, South Grand is great too, so many good bars.

I knew you were around here but didn't know about these others.

STL GAF is growing! Thin crust bitches.
trupclow
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(09-10-2010, 08:36 PM)

Originally Posted by belvedere

Ah yes, South Grand is great too, so many good bars.

I knew you were around here but didn't know about these others.

STL GAF is growing! Thin crust bitches.


Thin crust fo lyfe!



Although, I really like deep dish... ever been to Pi? There's one at the central west end and I think another in west county somewhere. Some of the best pizza and shakes I've ever had. If you go, get the S'mores Shake, it's glorious.
The Lamonster
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Originally Posted by belvedere

Ah yes, South Grand is great too, so many good bars.

I knew you were around here but didn't know about these others.

STL GAF is growing! Thin crust bitches.

More STL GAF:

dahellisdat
iiiiiunicorn <--not a fan of thin crust >:(
Flo Evans


Originally Posted by trupclow

Thin crust fo lyfe!



Although, I really like dep dish... ever been to Pi? There's one at the central west end and I think another in west county somewhere. Some of the best pizza and shakes I've ever had. If you go, get the S'mores Shake, it's glorious.

Pi is good, I've been to the one in the Loop. Kinda overpriced, though.
Borgnine
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(09-10-2010, 08:36 PM)
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More like Jerkwood.
trupclow
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(09-10-2010, 08:38 PM)

Originally Posted by The Lamonster

More STL GAF:

dahellisdat
iiiiiunicorn <--not a fan of thin crust >:(
Flo Evans.

I vote this topic becomes about STL GAF, the original post is far too depressing.
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(09-10-2010, 08:38 PM)
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Ugh, you can put me in the anti thin crust category. The hell with you guys and your provel cheese on a cracker :/
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(09-10-2010, 08:39 PM)
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We should have a STL GAF night out... no psychos please. :lol
The Lamonster
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(09-10-2010, 08:41 PM)
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Originally Posted by Flo_Evans

We should have a STL GAF night out... no psychos please. :lol

I'm down. I already know dahellisdat, the midnight rider

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