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Another Polish Girl Dead in Glasgow

Wolfie 10 | 79  
3 Oct 2006 /  #1
Any of you guys in UK here on the news lately of that poor Polish girl murdered by that monster in Glasgow, she was only over here on a short vacation. No on.e's safe anymore
3 Oct 2006 /  #2
Yup, it's disgusting. People getting murdered in motiveless killings all the time lately it would seem. You hear on the news more and more lately how kids are becoming violent with no respect for people or property. One 9-year-old was being threatened with an ASBO due to his pot-smoking, thieving behaviour. Plus the fact he threatens people with a knife. What is the world coming to?!?!
sudheer 1 | 32  
3 Oct 2006 /  #3
3 school shooting in two weeks in the other side of the ocean...

The amish school killer is so normal. Took his kids to their school, before heading to this one to mass murder young girls :)
Huegel 1 | 296  
3 Oct 2006 /  #5
My heart sank when I read the BBC and they said they'd found a woman's body in the church and they thought it might be the missing polish student.

Absolutley tragic.

The worst thing about it was, she even already booked her ticket to fly home...poor, poor girl. :(
plg 17 | 263  
3 Oct 2006 /  #6
Any of you guys in UK here on the news lately of that poor Polish girl murdered by that monster in Glasgow, she was only over here on a short vacation. No on.e's safe anymore

yes very sad , this is where i stay.

they have not actually charged anyone with the murder yet.

on the front page of newspaper and on the news

God bless her
3 Oct 2006 /  #7
I on behalf of British Governement ( Mr Tony Blair) pay tribute to lovely polish student Angelika Kluk. she was only 23 years old.

Please everyone pray for her soul so; that she can rest in peace...
OP Wolfie 10 | 79  
3 Oct 2006 /  #8
Where can a person go for safety, a church of course, well you would think so, then shes murdered. Them killed in Pennslavania and just kids, what must they of thought, the hell they must of gone through. Why must we kill each other, it dont prove anything and ive seen my share in Bosnia. These are innocent victims who look on others for help, its hard enough being away from your loved one and in a different country, then to have that done to you.

Rest in peace my child, His time will come....................
wozzy 8 | 206  
3 Oct 2006 /  #9
Isn't it time that a register of known sickos was published for each locality

I'ts a minefield out there for the women and children and other vunrable people.............
plg 17 | 263  
3 Oct 2006 /  #10
yes they are , but it does not seem to work

what to stop someone who is not on it, commiting such a crime.

there are lots of vulnerable people out there
wozzy 8 | 206  
3 Oct 2006 /  #11
You can't compleatly prevent these thing happening totaly. but you can reduce the element of risk by showing where dange lies.
plg 17 | 263  
3 Oct 2006 /  #12
well it was just on my local tv news channel that there was more than one person responsible for the girl's death
Huegel 1 | 296  
3 Oct 2006 /  #13
Really?? :( ahhh shite, this just gets worse...i'll go and see if the beeb have anything new on it. God, it's bloody awful, really is!
krysia 23 | 3,057  
3 Oct 2006 /  #14
I know a lot of Amish people here in the US, and they are very nice, mild, agreeable, people. They don't believe in fights, wars, they just want to live in peace, in a non-violent world. The little girls that guy killed were shot execution style, right in the head. The 7-year old died today.

Small, innocent children, they didn't hurt anyone....
plg 17 | 263  
3 Oct 2006 /  #15
yes i remember them from the film

with harrison ford was it.

not that , that can make me "judge" them

do not know any amish people probably never will.

but they seem just like you described krysia

but they are very close-knitt community

i dont think they like "outsiders"?
krysia 23 | 3,057  
3 Oct 2006 /  #16
Once they get to know you, they are very friendly to you. They don't like the outsiders because they want to keep away from the outside world. They don't believe in electricity, don't have TV's, radios, running water, cars etc. But some are slowly accepting the outside world because they need help from "outsiders" to give them a ride to a store or hospital. The women make beautiful quilts which they sell at auctions to make money.

I know a lot about the Amish because they're my friends and once they gave me a chicken.
Dee - | 11  
3 Oct 2006 /  #17
I was born and raised near an Amish community in Pennsylvania. They are a group of wonderful people who want to be able to live their lives the way they wish. This murderer who sought out these children knew that this school was isolated and that he could in turn have time to put his plan in action.

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