Celebrating Thanksgiving Sailer Style: Family Murder Suicide
Here are just two murder suicide cases to present for Thanksgiving 2008. They are from rural Republican states and areas and the family murderer was a conservative, white, middle-aged father like Steve Sailer.
Incredibly, news organizations still describe these murder suicides like many others as having an unknown motive, but studying the likes of Steve Sailer for many years, we all should know their true motive by now. They are going through a midlife crisis, and after living an unfulfilling life for over 40 years of boredom and depression, it would only make sense for the white male to end his life and his family rather than suffer a few more decades of boredom and depression.
Double incredibly, the white and Republican population heads toward extinction, but news organizations see an unknown motive for this suicidal decline.
George Orwell sure was right when he said, "To see what is in front of one's nose needs a constant struggle."
Police: Dad Shot Teen Daughter, Wife, Dog in Murder-Suicide
Sarah Andrews, 17, viciously murdered. At the rate these people keep murdering each other, the question is when, not if, will the white race go extinct?
Garland, TX - Garland police say a man killed his teenage daughter, his wife, then the family dog before turning the gun on himself in the family's apartment Tuesday.
Investigators identified the victims as 46-year-old Robert Andrews, his 46-year-old wife Tammy, and their 17-year-old daughter Sarah.
Each died of gunshot wounds. At this time, police have no motive for the shootings.
A neighbor spotted a body in the Andrews' home in the Seven Oaks Apartment in the 2100 block of W. Campbell Road. A coworker had called after Andrews failed to show up for work.
Pair found in Dallas County victims of murder-suicide, sheriff’s office says
Missouri - The two bodies found Sunday in rural Dallas County have been identified as Randy Marsh, 56, and of Marlys Marsh, 51, both of Plad, the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office announced this morning.
The case has been ruled as a murder and suicide. Randy Marsh shot Marlys Marsh before turning the gun on himself, a news release from the sheriff’s office said.
The office, the Missouri State Highway Patrol Division of Drug and Crime Control investigated the incident.
The couple was first discovered Sunday morning at 74 Wolf Spirit Road. Autopsies were conducted Monday.
Marlys Marsh suffered from 22 caliber gunshot wounds to the back and head. Randy Marsh had a self-inflicted 22 caliber gunshot wound to the mid forehead.