How can you argue with this guy? Really, the public accepts the absurd beliefs of millions - why should this one be any different?

Thankfully he didn't kill himself, he wanted to go to heaven (and I hope his wish is granted, because I don't want the lunatic hanging out in (non-existent) hell with me!).

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The family said its main concern was getting Damas back into the country "to face what he has done and get justice for our sister and daughter and her children. ... We ask that you keep our family in your prayers."

The family asks for "justice" in the first half of the statement and "prayers" in the second half. They're admitting that god won't provide retribution but want prayers anyway. (which don't do anything, either)
But according to the rules, if he slaughters his family, they go to heaven. Then, if he sincerely repents and asks his God for forgiveness, when he is executed, HE gets to go to heaven. It's PERFECT! Why didn't anyone think of this before?
Hang on, let me get my gun ...




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