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    'Cannibal relatives ate boy alive'

    I've seen a lot of crazy news stories, but this one beats 'em all . . .
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    'Cannibal relatives ate boy alive'

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...live'.html


    By John Bingham
    Last Updated: 11:09AM BST 20/06/2008

    A seven-year-old boy was kept chained in a closet as relatives hacked off pieces of his flesh to eat, a court has heard.

    In a case with echoes of the Fritzl family horror in Austria, Ondrej Mauerova was partially skinned in the closet in a cellar at his home in Kurim near Brno, in the Czech Republic, according to reports.

    The abuse involving members of a religious cult was uncovered by chance last May when a neighbour's television baby monitor picked up graphic pictures of what was happening next door.

    Ondrej and his nine-year-old brother Jakub were locked and chained in the cellar for months by their mother Klara, 31 a member of a group called the Grail Movement.

    He was caged, beaten and gagged to stop him screaming, according to reports.

    Mauerova had the monitor installed so that she could watch the abuse from her kitchen but the images were picked up by a neighbour who used an identical system to monitor a newborn baby, the regional court in Brno has heard.

    Police were called and the two boys as well as what appeared to be a 13-year-old girl were freed.
    But the girl later turned out to have been one of the alleged abusers, 34-year-old Barbora Skrlova.
    She subsequently fled to Norway before being brought back to the Czech Republic earlier this year.

    Mauerova has admitted abusing her children but she said she had been manipulated by Skrlova and her own sister Katerina.

    The accused are Klara Mauerova, her sister Katerina, 34; Barbora Skrlova, 33; her brother Jan Skrla and a friend Jan Turek.

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    Soylent Green is people! PEOPLE!!!



    Sorry folks... I just had to...

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    How many of you kids got Red's reference, above?
    Anyone? Anyone??? Beuler? Beuler??

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLittleTim View Post
    How many of you kids got Red's reference, above?
    Anyone? Anyone??? Beuler? Beuler??

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    Too many young folks eh?

    But it's a classic! Heston at his best!

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    Yeah, this is a great topic to make jokes about. I mean, if it were one of your kids, I'm sure you all would appreciate it. Chaining a kid up and slowly cutting him up and eating him...they should make a comedy show about it. Funny stuff.

    *Note the sarcasm.

    **And yes, I got the Soylent Green comment.

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    Brother if you take everything bad that happens in the world on your shoulders your going to be one miserable person. Of course its horrible...humor is a coping mechanism.


    Quote Originally Posted by Overhaulz View Post
    Yeah, this is a great topic to make jokes about. I mean, if it were one of your kids, I'm sure you all would appreciate it. Chaining a kid up and slowly cutting him up and eating him...they should make a comedy show about it. Funny stuff.

    *Note the sarcasm.

    **And yes, I got the Soylent Green comment.

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    Nah, I don't take everything seriously, just stuff that involves kids really. Honestly when I was younger and not a parent, I probably would have said the same stuff, it's just being a dad really changed things.

    I just really got a visual of that poor kid locked up, and being carved apart and how he'll handle himself the rest of his life. It just hit a soft spot is all.

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    I've seen some really nasty shit over the years in my field, if we had not made humor about it to get it off our minds in a different way.........we would have all ended up in mental hospitals.

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    If you think those jokes are crude, you'd go nuts hearing us around the kitchen table at the station after an "extra juicy" call... humour is how most of us cope... the alternative is a pajama with your arms tied behind your back and a nice room with padded walls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Ketchup View Post
    If you think those jokes are crude, you'd go nuts hearing us around the kitchen table at the station after an "extra juicy" call... humour is how most of us cope... the alternative is a pajama with your arms tied behind your back and a nice room with padded walls.

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    LOL................That's exactely what I was referring to Bro!

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