‘Monster of Mendoza’ accused of incest:
67-year-old Armando Lucero of Mendoza, Argentina has been arrested and placed in a maximum security prison on charges of incest. It’s alleged that Lucero, now known as the Monster of Mendoza, raped three of his daughters and fathered at least seven children through them.
It finally came to light when one of his daughters accused him of trying to sexually abuse one of the children he fathered through her.
Lucero had seven children with his wife and another 8 from a previous marriage.
What is it with South American guys who feel the need to impregnate their daughters?
Thanks to Southern Lady for the tip.
Columbine shootings echoed in Argentina:
I’m not a fan of The Washington Times. They seem to be a little too right of center. However, I’m a bigger fan of the Times then I am of the Post. Anyway, the article discusses what The Times thinks is the reasoning behind the school shooting in Argentina. They blame the usual non-factors like that the shooter, only known as Rafael S., was a “goth” and listened to Marilyn Manson. They also say that for a recent school project, Rafael S. chose to write about “the suicide attacks of students in American schools”. However, they also make the point that the shooting came just days after the Michael Moore propaganda piece “Bowling for Columbine” was shown to students. Could Rafael S. have been finally pushed over the edge by “Bowling For Columbine”? Is the King of All Assclowns responsible for the deaths of 3 teens? These questions and more will be answered…um…now. As much as I would like to believe that the Assclown King is responsible of course he isn’t. He just made a bad movie. An interesting hypothetical situation to think about would be if this happened in America would people be clamoring to have “Bowling For Columbine” pulled off the shelves like they did to “The Basketball Diaries” after Columbine. It will also be interesting to see what kind of spin the Assking will put on this.