O' Liar's January 2007 words on the Shawn Hornbeck case even more vile in light of what he hates and fears the most.....FACTS
by Larry Simons
October 11, 2007
Now that we have the facts and details of what happened to Shawn Hornbeck (the Missouri teenager who was kidnapped at age 11 by Michael Devlin) we re-visit the repulsive words of Bill O’ Liar who said these words back in January of 2007:
O’ Liar: Let me answer your question. This is what I believe in the Hearst case and in this case. The situation that Hearst found herself in was exciting. She had a boring life, child of privilege. All of a sudden she's in with a bunch of charismatic thugs and she enjoyed it. The situation here with this kid is looks to me to be a lot more fun then when he had under his own parents. He didn't have to go to school, He could run around and do what he wanted.
Greta van Susteren: Some kids like school --
O’ Liar: Well I don't believe this kid did. And I think when it all comes down what's going to happen is there was an element here that this kid liked about his circumstances...
Watch the clip:
Here is an excerpt from the testimomy of what Michael Devlin told authorities:
But then Devlin began telling the judge in graphic detail what he had done to their boy, his high-pitched and raspy voice devoid of any emotion. Devlin didn’t seem to notice when Pam Akers collapsed weeping into her husband’s arms.
After the boy, then 11, was abducted at gunpoint while riding his bike in rural Washington County, Devlin took him to his apartment in suburban St. Louis and repeatedly sexually assaulted him. Days later, Devlin took Shawn back to Washington County in his pickup truck, apparently intent on killing the boy.
He said he pulled Shawn from his truck and began to strangle him. Shawn resisted. “I attempted to kill (Shawn) and he talked me out of it,” Devlin said Tuesday.
Devlin stopped the choking, but then sexually assaulted the boy again. Prosecutors say it was at that point that Shawn told Devlin he would do whatever was asked of him to stay alive.
It was a “devil’s bargain” that kept Shawn under Devlin’s sway, even as the boy had phone and Internet access, said Shawn’s stepfather, Craig Akers. “We know now the details that made him not run away,” Akers said after the hearings.
BILLO: The situation here with this kid is looks to me to be a lot more fun then when he had under his own parents. He didn't have to go to school, He could run around and do what he wanted.
…and I think when it all comes down what's going to happen is there was an element here that this kid liked about his circumstances...
This won Billo another Worst Person statue
WHEN WILL YOU APOLOGIZE BILLO?????????