If you take control away from a person who has an obvious need for control (a “sex offender”—just for example) then what do you think they’ll do? Give up? Not likely. They are going to find a way to take control back, at any cost. And guess what? Do you really think they’ll look for a new way to get control, or resort to the one way they know? Hmm, maybe if common sense doesn’t snap us out of our delusion history will. Since America started getting tough on Sex crime in the mid 80’s we now have more than double the sex crimes per capita than the 70’s.
He goes on to detail the alleged crimes of a "friend" of his- a "serial killer," in order to underscore the "uselessness" of the current and newly-proposed laws aimed at protecting our children from these disgusting, violent freaks:
...a very good friend of mine who happens to be a “serial killer” told me that he committed more sex crimes during the two years he was on parole (including killing three children) than he did in the entire five years he was not on parole.
"With friends like that, who needs enemies?" as the saying goes. Damn, I thought his previous blog entry about his "remorse" (rather, lack of!) was about as bad as it was going to get. No, this one is just as bad- if not worse. Joseph Duncan clearly has no remorse for the vile molestations, tortures and murders he has committed throughout his life. Duncan shares an awful lot of similarities with this "serial killer friend" he writes about. Hmm.
In fact—he tells me that while he was not on parole he committed NO crimes until the police started doing illegal quarterly registration checks at his home (coming to his house to make sure he was complying with the law). He said that was when he started looking for control again—to prove (consciously and subconsciously to himself) that “they” couldn’t control him. So now more people are dead and hurting because some police chief decided to take it upon himself to “get tough on sex crime.”
Oh yes, the same diatribe against sex offender "check in's" that he wrote about in his original Fifth Nail blog. This recent letter is so disturbing and revealing: he even goes on to rail against an unnamed "police chief" in this missive- much as he complained about (and taunted via the "Chat with the Chief" forum) Fargo, ND police chief, Chris Magnus, on his blog.
This new, controversial blog entry was briefly posted late this morning (EST), and then quickly pulled. However, I understand this new blog entry will be re-posted to Joseph Duncan's new blog again tonight, after KXLY News4's Melissa Luck breaks this story in the mainstream media on their 5:00 (PST) news.
Updated: 8:08 p.m.- the entry is now on the blog, here.
Edited 1/24 11:45 a.m.