Celebrating Thanksgiving Sailer Style
Tylar James Hokanson convicted guilty in shaken baby case
Sailer type white males sure know how to raise families. Last year, 24 year old Tylar James Hokanson of Wisconsin was babysitting his 17 month old stepson, Nicholas Miller. To nurture his stepson, Tylar violently and repeatedly shook the baby until he suffered fatal injuries. It causing bleeding in his brain, a broken back, blunt force trauma and other injuries. Tylar refused to get medical help for the baby and the baby died.
For Thanksgiving 2010, a jury in criminal court convicted Tylar James Hokanson guilty of murder and sentenced him to life in prison.
Michael Hoffman stabbed, dismembered women and boy in Ohio
Sailer type white males are notorious for their failure to deal with women and children. They are often eccentric loners who don't raise families, but instead take out their pain and failures on women and children. And brother, did Michael Hoffman (30) ever have some low frustrations to let out.
The remains of Tina Herrmann, 31, her son, Kody Maynard, 11, and Stephanie Sprang, 41, were found in garbage bags in the hollow of a tree in Kokosing Lake State Wildlife Area in Knox County, Ohio, authorities said Thursday.
The three had been missing since November 10, along with Herrmann's 13-year-old daughter, prompting a weeklong search throughout the rural region. The girl, Sarah Maynard, was found alive last Sunday, bound and gagged in the basement of a Mount Vernon residence, about 20 miles from the Herrman's central Ohio home.
The man who lived in the home, Matthew Hoffman, was arrested and faces a kidnapping charge in her abduction. He allegedly directed authorities to the missing people.
"His information led to the location of the bodies," Knox County Sheriff David Barber said Thursday, while announcing the discovery of the remains.
The three were attacked with a knife and stabbed multiple times in the back and chest, causing them to bleed to death, Knox County Coroner J.F. Ogle said in a statement Saturday.