Should I or Shouldn’t I?

Posted: April 1, 2009 in Miscellaneous
Not a lot to write about lately. Not that nothing is happening to write about (there is plenty)…just that I shouldn’t write about it for various reasons, at least for now. Which makes me wonder to myself…should I or shouldn’t I? LOL! In time I suppose. Time does have a wonderful way of revealing things, so we’ll just wait and see how certain chapters develop.
 
Besides, I’ve been spending a lot of time lately preparing new web pages for "Journal of a Murder" and "Witnesses Against Frank E. Gable." Both were written by Steven Jackson of the Statesman Journal, and are coming along nicely with a bit of an internet flair to boot.
 
Watched a couple of good movies recently that I’ve added to the movie list on this site.
 
Deliver Us From Evil
 
This is a documentary exposing the sexual abuse of children by catholic clergymen, and to expose the subsequent systematic cover up by the church. Due to the disturbing nature of the film, it is hard not to judge it without reference to morals. It is wrong to abuse children. I never imagined the extent of betrayal and deceit in the catholic priests’ scandal. It is shocking, scary and disgusting.
 
 
 
 
Gladiator Days: Anatomy of a Prison Murder
 
Across the United States, violent crime in prison is an everyday reality, with inmates routinely exposed to assault, riot, rape and murder. Gladiator Days: Anatomy of a Prison Murder examines the culture of institutional violence through the events that led to one brutal prison murder. Utah State Prison surveillance cameras capture this disturbing real-life account of the vicious stabbing of black inmate Lonnie Blackmon by convicted murderer, white supremacist Troy Kell and his accomplice Eric Daniels.
 
Although this documentary examines the murder committed in prison by Troy Kell in Utah, Kell was originally sentenced in Nevada on an earlier murder when he was 18. Kell was originally sent to the Ely maximum security prison where Frank currently resides on a life without sentence. His accomplice is still incarcerated at Ely Max.
 
 
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