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Teen Charged with Strangling Brother
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WARNING: Not for the faint of heart.

Andrew Conley ignored his younger brother's plea, "Andrew, stop."
The 17-year-old who told authorities he identified with a television serial killer strangled the 10 year old boy, dragged the body to his car and drove to see his girlfriend. For the full story, click on the link: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/34265939/

"Sometimes people are just evil," Dearborn-Ohio County Prosecutor Aaron Negangard said. "This is an evil child." I'm sure Andrew Conley will be tried and convicted for killing his 10 year old brother, sent to prison to serve out his term and that's that. He'll still be able to live, but his younger brother won't because he's dead. Take the 15-year-old Alyssa Bustamante who told Missouri authorities she strangled, stabbed and cut a 9-year-old neighbor's throat because she wanted to know what it was like to kill someone. What the hell is up with these kids? I think if they were in any other country, even if they are not adults but committed these acts of crime, they would have been shot and killed. If it was up to me I'd say an eye for an eye. I say execute killers. A murderer is a murderer regardless how young. If they can commit crimes by killing another human being just so they can "satisfy" their "curiosity", well they're old enough to be executed. I feel kind of sorry for the parents losing two sons; one innocent killed by the hands of his own kin and the other sinned with blood stained hands and no remorse. I wonder how the parents are feeling, but what's more CHILLING is what the 17 year old told investigators.
Andrew Conley told investigators he had fantasies about killing someone since he was in eighth grade, including cutting somebody's throat, and felt "just like" the serial killer Dexter on the Showtime television series of the same name. He said killing his brother satisfied a craving like a hamburger satisfied hunger. "Like I had to ... like when people have something like they are hungry and there is a hamburger sitting there and they knew they had to have it and I was sitting there and it just happened," Conley told investigators in the affidavit.

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Posted 12/4/09
Wow.... he should have been committed before he could have hurt someone. :|
It's all I can say.
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That's a shame =( I don't think he deserved all that now (understatement of the year.)

I won't do that to mine.. Sometimes I just wanna smack him around a little bit, though..

Little brothers can be SO frickin annoying.
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Miyazakifanatic wrote:


"Sometimes people are just evil," Dearborn-Ohio County Prosecutor Aaron Negangard said. "This is an evil child." I'm sure Andrew Conley will be tried and convicted for killing his 10 year old brother, sent to prison to serve out his term and that's that. He'll still be able to live, but his younger brother won't because he's dead. Take the 15-year-old Alyssa Bustamante who told Missouri authorities she strangled, stabbed and cut a 9-year-old neighbor's throat because she wanted to know what it was like to kill someone. What the hell is up with these kids? I think if they were in any other country, even if they are not adults but committed these acts of crime, they would have been shot and killed. If it was up to me I'd say an eye for an eye. I say execute killers. A murderer is a murderer regardless how young. If they can commit crimes by killing another human being just so they can "satisfy" their "curiosity", well they're old enough to be executed. I feel kind of sorry for the parents losing two sons; one innocent killed by the hands of his own kin and the other sinned with blood stained hands and no remorse. I wonder how the parents are feeling, but what's more CHILLING is what the 17 year old told investigators.
Andrew Conley told investigators he had fantasies about killing someone since he was in eighth grade, including cutting somebody's throat, and felt "just like" the serial killer Dexter on the Showtime television series of the same name. He said killing his brother satisfied a craving like a hamburger satisfied hunger. "Like I had to ... like when people have something like they are hungry and there is a hamburger sitting there and they knew they had to have it and I was sitting there and it just happened," Conley told investigators in the affidavit.


I agree with that.
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Posted 12/4/09
The only crime in life is stealing.

When you kill someone you steal that person's life.
Posted 12/4/09
I'd expect a thread like this from Sekushi...
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I've seen people saying that they've wanted to kill people and that they hunger for blood (you know, those retarded people here in CR :D), but seriously?
"He said killing his brother satisfied a craving like a hamburger satisfied hunger."
Sigh
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I've always wanted to know what it's like to kill someone too. but you never kill someone you know, let alone your own brother. that's just stupid.
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the dude is fucking sick in the head
i feel so srry for the poor kid who got cursed having that crazy person as his brother
the little boy was the same age as my little sis and i love my little sister such a tradgy

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h3ntie wrote:

I've always wanted to know what it's like to kill someone too. but you never kill someone you know, let alone your own brother. that's just stupid.


.___. What's so good in killing someone anyway? What would you get out of it? Fun?
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Posted 12/4/09
o poor kid.
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may the kid R.I.P :/
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Is it still cool to pull the old "where were the parents at?" card?

Ok, then here I go. I consider it their responsibility to steer the kids down a better path. Call me apathetic, but I've seen the same sh*t too many times before. It is preventable. Hope he finds peace somewhere.
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Chamelion117 wrote:

Is it still cool to pull the old "where were the parents at?" card?

Ok, then here I go. I consider it their responsibility to steer the kids down a better path. Call me apathetic, but I've seen the same sh*t too many times before. It is preventable. Hope he finds peace somewhere.


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Posted 12/4/09
That stupid must die in a worse way
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dude, don't people like that start out by torturing small animal first then escalate to humans. if you truely feel the urge or need to kill someone then do yourself and the world a favor and contain yourself somehow or kill yourself.
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