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14 Jan 2013, 3:56 pm

Tequila wrote:
Did anyone remember seeing photos of his dead, prone corpse splattered all over the morning papers?


I was watching TV when it happened and because it happened in the Media Park, the TV crew was there in two seconds flat, so I saw the whole thing live. Terrible, terrible. :cry:



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14 Jan 2013, 4:02 pm

NewDawn wrote:
I was watching TV when it happened and because it happened in the Media Park, the TV crew was there in two seconds flat, so I saw the whole thing live. Terrible, terrible. :cry:


Indeed. If you don't like Fortuyn, or Wilders or whoever, protest against them peacefully.

I agree with you that van der Graaf does seem like a rather odd fellow, and not a religious fanatic, but still a political fanatic all the same (at the time he murdered Fortuyn anyway).

Yes - and people like Bouyeri would kill Hirsi Ali and Wilders as well if they could. Remember that Kurt Westergaard was nearly slain by another fanatical member of the Religion of Peace.