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Thursday, February 26, 2009

4 charged in multi-state suicide assistance probe

Suicide is such a rampant epidemic among Sailer-type old conservative white male geezers. But the law is the law, and as much as so many of them need to end their miserable lives, the law is that if you assist in their suicide, you can be arrested.

And yes, I do have a suicide by gun entry, but it clearly states to avoid suicide by all means by avoiding Steve Sailer and the inevitable feelings of depression, worthlessness, and violence that he transmits. I will never assist in anyone's suicide, and it clearly states it is not an endorsement for suicide.

But for you boys who continue to follow Steve Sailer's suicidal paths, and the people that know them all too well, make sure you know the laws.

4 charged in multi-state suicide assistance probe
By GREG BLUESTEIN, Associated Press Writer
ATLANTA – Four members of an alleged assisted suicide ring were charged Wednesday with helping a 58-year-old Georgia man end his life, and investigators in eight other states were looking into whether the group was involved in more deaths.

The FBI is also probing the Final Exit Network, an organization whose Web site said it is "dedicated to serving people who are suffering from an intolerable condition." It wasn't immediately clear how many deaths were being investigated.

On Wednesday, investigators raided the homes of the group's volunteers in seven of the states, a group office in Georgia and a company in Montana that authorities said supplied items used in suicides, according to a news release from authorities in Arizona, where another death was being investigated.

Group members Thomas E. Goodwin, who was identified as the organization's president, and Claire Blehr, a member, were both arrested Wednesday at a home in northern Georgia, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said. The arrests came after a sting operation in which an undercover agent posed as a member of the group.

Maryland authorities arrested the organization's medical director, Dr. Lawrence D. Egbert, 81, of Baltimore, and Nicholas Alec Sheridan, a Baltimore man who is a regional coordinator for the group.

The four were charged with assisted suicide, tampering with evidence and a violation of Georgia's anti-racketeering act.

Their charges stem from the June 2008 death of John Celmer after he inhaled helium in an assisted suicide in Cumming, about 35 miles north of Atlanta, said GBI spokesman John Bankhead.

Betty Celmer, the man's mother, said her son had suffered for years from cancer of the throat and mouth and that he had undergone extensive surgery with several more rounds to go.

"I know he was depressed, he called me every single Sunday," said Celmer, who is 85.

She said she was suspicious of his death, but his siblings have denied it could have been suicide.

"I thought sincerely that John may have taken his own life — but I never thought he had the courage to," she said.

Authorities were executing search warrants at 14 sites in Arizona, Georgia, Florida, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, Missouri, Colorado, and Montana as part of the investigation, according to the GBI and the Maricopa County Attorney's Office in Arizona.

Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas said detectives there are investigating whether a Phoenix woman's death involved assistance from the group.

Bankhead said new members of the group pay a $50 fee and are vetted through an application process. Those seeking to end their lives are assigned to an "exit guide" who instructs them to purchase two new helium tanks and a hood, known as an "exit bag."

When ready to commit suicide, Bankhead said, the member is visited by the "exit guide" and a "senior exit guide" to lead them through the process.

The group's vice president said it supports those with irreversible illnesses who choose to end their lives, but its volunteers don't actively participate in the life-ending procedures. The group started in 2004 and has 3,000 dues-paying members.

"When they choose to exit, as we call it, we just hold their hand. That's about it," said Jerry Dincin, who's also a clinical psychologist in Chicago.

He said members are given a book, "The Final Exit," that outlines how they can end their lives. He said volunteers never encourage the members to commit suicide, but support them if that's their choice.

"Assisted suicide means that you help people to do it. We don't do that," he said. If convicted on assisted suicide charges, the four could face prison charges of up to five years under Georgia law.

The state code defines assisted suicide as anyone who "publicly advertises, offers or holds himself or herself out as offering that he or she will intentionally and actively" assist a suicide.

The Georgia man's mother, Betty Celmer, contended that the group shouldn't face charges if they helped her son.

"If they helped John to die, that is what he wanted. I would never find them guilty for helping him," she said. "If someone helped him, I think that was in God's hands."

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Happy and successful families can be very deceptive

Yeah, it happens every once in a while. As I don't have all the time and life to waste away on the internet like Steve Sailer, blogging gets light at times. But now...

The Bush/Republican financial crisis continues to take its devastating toll. Even the rich are suffering, and the way Bush/Republican economics of fools gold, unrealistic promises, and staggering plummets from the highest peaks to the lowest hells is structured, the rich fall especially hard.

The Schrenkers in happier times, but this sure isn't the case now.

Runaway investor led a double life, his wife says
Michelle Schrenker talks about husband who allegedly tried to fake death

Meet Marcus and Michelle Schrenker of Indiana. A wealthy white couple who had it all. Marcus ran several successful investment companies, and they and their three children lived in a mansion in a private community in Indiana. They traveled in style, owned expensive cars and a private plane. The perfect model of a wealthy Republican family.

But all too perfect, as their wealth was all fools gold and lies. The man who had been living so large turned out to be in serious financial trouble. He had just lost a court case that resulted in a $533,000 judgment against him. Multiple lawsuits were pending against him and he faced $9 million in potential court judgments. Marcus was also having an extramarital affair to find sexual relief from his wife.

Buried in endless lies and debts, Marcus Schrenker tried to stage his death by flying in his private airplane and radioed control towers to alert his plane was about to crash. The plane crashed but Marcus parachuted out and tried to feign his death. Bigger lies result in bigger problems, and Marcus was eventually caught and remains in police custody.

Now his wife and children are in total despair, as all assets including their home were seized. Dead broke and even in deeper despair from the traumatic emotional scars they will suffer now and forever.

My, how right-wing ideology, economics, and family values are so hazardous to your health and life. More Bush/Republican model families to teach you a lesson in fools gold and that such model families aren't all that.

Murder Suicide from debt an epidemic in England
The ultimate price of debt: Murder and Suicide
Forensic Files profile: Craig Rabinowitz
The rich can go broke, and so can Rush Limbaugh

Monday, February 09, 2009

Severe prison sentences for child pornography

We all know how Steve Sailer's legions of mostly white males spend inordinate amounts of time on the internet. Usually having trouble dealing with people in person, they find the internet a secluded world where they can escape the real world they often had trouble associating with.

It's incredible how they can make pornography by far the largest industry on the interent, and also incredible how stupid their wives (if they are married to someone so unfortunate) are that they don't realize someone like Steve Sailer and his audience is the strong profile of a wife cheater who secretly browses internet porn, often leading to marital troubles and divorce.

It's also incredible how they make child porn such an incredibly large industry, and even more incredible how they continue to do so despite facing severe punishment for child porn.

Here we go again, listing the severe prison sentences for browsing, downloading, or producing child porn. Although so many of Sailer's fans are inevitably inclined to get caught in the act, it's not too late to save yourself.

Mariano Claudio (50), of Bayamon, Puerto Rico - sentenced to 30 years in prison for production of child porn

Danny Wayne Horn (43) of Chesapeake, VA - sentenced to 10 years in prison Monday for producing, filming and possessing child pornography

Daniel Davis of Boise, ID - sentenced to 14 years in prison for possession of child pornography

Christopher W. Nolan (33) of Aberdeen, SD - sentenced to 60 years in state prison with half of the time suspended

Norman J. Carlson (35) of Lawrence, KS - sentenced to 12.5 years in prison for sending child pornography to a Kirksville police officer