Maybe Ted Bundy wasn't such a bad guy
I've recently been studying the mindsets and personalities of notorious criminals and not surprisingly, Ted Bundy surfaces at the top of the list repeatedly.
This charming young man was educated and well spoken, to meet him in person, I've been told, was to be subdued by his compelling nature. Even law enforcement agents were overcome by his ability to portray a well-intended young man.
The truth, however, was that this charming individual was responsible for the demise of over 30 young women, as young as 12 years old. He was smart enough, charming enough, and at least on the surface, a well adjusted, socially acceptable young man, but was deplored by nearly every American that knew his name and story.
The killing of young women was an outrage, and if that wasn't bad enough, he was responsible for the death of a 12-year-old girl which seemed to enrage not only Americans but constituents of many foreign countries.
Who could ever state that "Ted Bundy wasn't such a bad guy"?
Fast forward to 2019, the setting New York 40 years after a nation sat on the edge of their seats, awaiting the verdict of Ted Bundy's trial another court made a decision The verdict? Approval of third-term abortions.
The loss of morals is evident when a county can be totally opposed to the killing of the innocent, and four decades later approve AND LEGALIZE the killing of not just the innocent, but the killing of children, children that haven't even had a chance to prove their own worth.
Not because they have done wrong, but often times because the parents have chosen to recklessly engage in prolific activity without regard to the outcome.
The answer to unwanted children is to kill them Immoral? You decide And now there is talk of infanticide, the act of killing a born child should an abortion go wrong.
My heart weeps for those without the compassion for others, as it does so much for their victims.
Perhaps Ted Bundy wasn't such a bad guy but just ahead of his time I for one hope to think that he was actually a monster, after all He did kill a lot of innocent people, but apparently today, that isn't frowned upon Does that mean Mr. Bundy's capital punishment was unjust So it would seem.