I do not understand some of you, and probably never will

sad-raincloud.jpgWhy do so many of you feel the need to come here and bash a victim or their loved ones? Were you not taught compassion? Sympathy? Even good taste or manners? Apparently not. There are several posts (Joy Deleston, Dale Stark, Jana Shearer, Michelle Young, Sean Powell, and more) where people want to just post horrible crap about these victims and their loved ones. For those of you who have not been through this, having a loved one murdered is horrible, and really, undescribable. And then to have people come and point out their every fault, every mistake, or every character flaw afterwards, is just plain cruel and heartless. How would you feel if it was your loved one being raked over the coals? I promise, it is not pleasant. There is no peace once murder enters your life. I do not wish it on anyone.

I know that some of you dislike it when I remove your comments that talk about how horrible the victim was or how much they deserved to be murdered. But I will continue to do it. It is my blog, my rules. Besides, I am human, whereas you (those who bash the victims or say ugly things about them) are obviously not. You talk and talk and say these horrible things, but could you walk up to their loved ones and say it to their face, in front of millions of people who support that victim? I bet not. It is easy to be cowardly and post anonymously on the Internet, but in real life, what would you do? If you could do that, then you are just as bad as the person who murdered the victim. Which means, your opinion does not count to me. Grow up and learn some compassion, if it is at all possible.

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