Eve Marie Carson at University of North Carolina & Lauren Burk of Auburn Murdered


What is going on in our college campuses? In both senseless murders, did the victims know their murderer? First, 18-year-old Auburn University freshman Lauren A. Burk of Marietta, GA was murdered on Tuesday night near campus. Lauren Burk was fatally shot with a single gunshot to her head where she later died that night after being taken to the hospital. Police say that they have many good leads; however, are being tight lipped beyond that. From the Auburn University web site

First, let me express my deep condolences to Lauren’s family and our friends in her Georgia community. Many of you have shared your heartfelt prayers for their strength through this ordeal. To Lauren’s sorority sisters, we pray for you who were extended sisters to her. Lauren will remain special in our memory, and so many of you are already working on ways to commemorate her.


Lauren A. Burk

(Lauren A. Burk of Cobb County, Marietta, GA)

“We have several leads…some strong leads,” said Tommy Dawson, assistant police chief for the city of Auburn.

talk about interviews they’ve conducted or offer any new details of the crime. Police had earlier said they have talked to several “persons of interest” in the case.

Authorities also asked the public to call two tip lines with any Lauren Burk 2information. They are 888-522-7847, a toll free line, and 334-501-7337, a local Auburn number. Alabama Gov. Bob Riley’s office announced a $10,000 reward for information leading to Burk’s killer.

Burk was found with a single gunshot wound to the head around 9 p.m. Tuesday on Alabama Highway 147, three miles off campus. Police said her Honda Civic was discovered 20 minutes later engulfed in flames at the campus. Burk was taken to the hospital, where she died Tuesday night.

More news and updates on the murder of Auburn code, Lauren Burk

Then Eve Marie Carson, the popular president of UNC’s student body, was found dead Wednesday near the campus. What a tragic waste of such a promising young student who had accomplished so much at such a young age. From the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill web site


(Eve Marie Carson, UNC Student Body President)

Police are investigating whether there are any links between the two murders. Eve Marie Carson, of Athens, Ga., died from multiple bullet wounds, including one to the head. Police discovered Eve Marie Carson lying dead in an intersection in a Chapel Hill residential neighborhood close to the university.

Town authorities and school officials identified her body on Thursday. Eve CarsonPolice had no suspects and hadn’t made any arrests, but they were looking for her car.

The announcement came shortly after officials at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill said town police had identified the young woman found dead Wednesday near the campus as 22-year-old Eve Marie Carson, the popular president of UNC’s student body.

Auburn police said Thursday that they hadn’t turned up any evidence linking the two killings but were looking into a possible connection.

“I don’t have anything at this point to indicate that this is related,” Auburn Assistant Chief of Police Tom Dawson said at a news conference. “I’ve had my investigators contact authorities there (Chapel Hill), but there’s nothing to connect the two cases.”

Tar Heel Victim ID’d as Student Body Head, UNC Senior Eve Carson, 22, Shot Dead Wednesday Morning off Campus; Car Missing

“I am so sorry to tell you that Chapel Hill police have identified the victim of this week’s shooting as Eve Carson,” chancellor James Moeser wrote in a message to students and staff, “our student body president, trustee, wonderful person and great friend.”

More News and updates on the murder of Eve Carson:

UNC Chancellor James Moeser spoke during the informal gathering that drew an estimated 5,000 people, most who held each other and cried.

“We’re all in a state of shock,” he told the grieving crowd, “We are all hurting. We are all grief-stricken – stunned,” he said. “This university needs an enormous group hug. It’s OK to cry. It’s OK to be filled with grief.”

Chapel Hill police contacted NC WANTED to report they found Eve Carson’s blue 2005 Toyota Highlander Thursday afternoon within Chapel Hill city limits.

The car was parked on North Street near Hillsboro Street, but it was not clear how long it had been there, authorities said in a news conference Thursday afternoon. The car did not immediately appear to be damaged.

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    39 Responses to “Eve Marie Carson at University of North Carolina & Lauren Burk of Auburn Murdered”

    1. MY THOUGH on March 6th, 2008 9:39 pm

      How sad
      It’s scarry to think that .. you can send your child to college.. and have something like this happen.. this has been happening on campuses for so many years. but more recently its been more common.. I hope that students will pair off and avoid dark areas.. I feel for both sets of parents that have lost their daughters.. god bless them..
      this world is getting worse.. one must always be on guard.. day or night..

    2. Richard on March 6th, 2008 10:25 pm

      There’s also a guy, 19, missing from Middlebury College in Vermont. His name is Nicholas Garza.

      He was last seen leaving a campus party (at a time when most students were gone for vacation) at a reasonable hour, and heading back to his dorm.

      Middlebury is a small school; you can easily walk across the campus in half an hour.

      Not a sign of him. Total mystery.

    3. SteveDinMD on March 6th, 2008 10:52 pm

      When watching Greta’s report on this story, I noticed that one of the photos showed Eve Carson in a crowd enthusiastically waving what appeared to be a Cuban flag. Intrigued, I went to her online bio at UNC and found that she studied abroad in Havana. How can this be??? It is a crime — a FELONY — for any U.S. citizen to visit Cuba without beforehand obtaining an exit visa for Cuba from the U.S. State Department. Very few of these are issued in any year, and almost all of them are for U.S. Government personnel travelling to the U.S. Interests Section in Havana. I’d be interested to know if Eve’s travel to Castro’s Cuba was sanctioned by the U.S. Government. If not, I’d like to know why she wasn’t prosecuted, especially since she apparently flaunted her “study” abroad.

    4. MY THOUGH on March 6th, 2008 11:29 pm

      steve how can you be so insensetive.. whats that have to do with her death.. what are you trying to say..arrested
      the poor girl is dead..
      theres alot of stuff happening at colleges .. it’s realy getting scarry.. able bodied men and vulnerable young women .. geez

    5. SteveDinMD on March 7th, 2008 12:51 am

      MY THOUGH: It might have nothing at all to do with the girl’s death. Her photo, however, is every bit as relevant as if she had been pictured waiving a NAZI flag. It could indicate an affinity on her part for radical, anti-American politics — and possible associations with the kinds of people who travel in such circles. Perhaps not. At the very least, I think it calls into question the judgment of the UNC leadership who would send our young people abroad to study in the belly of the beast. Perhaps next semester UNC can sponser in internship at an IED factory in Teheran.

    6. reality on March 7th, 2008 5:55 am

      what a great country…………

    7. Bearlyhere on March 7th, 2008 8:00 am

      I wish there was some way to prosecute the perps without giving them one second of fame. This may not have helped in these cases but our college campuses have to stop being used for target practice or a way to get your 15 minutes of fame.

      I wish to extend my condolences to the families of these ladies. I also will keep in my heart their friends, college-mates, and all kids going to college (or any school). I wish we were sending these kids off to a safe, carefree, study environment instead of walking the streets/halls of a country under attack from refugees.

    8. katablog on March 7th, 2008 8:34 am

      Something very radically different is happening on College campuses since Chu shot up the college in VA. It seems like several times a week we are reading about shootings, lock-downs, bomb threats, etc.

      Steve: ever thing about the fact that her parents might have been Cuban immigrants or that she was for some reason granted a visa to study abroad? Anyhow, I doubt that this has anything to do with her attacker or death. It does sound to me like the two shootings are related somehow.

      Bottom line: Terror on our college campuses needs to stop.

    9. nym2000 on March 7th, 2008 8:57 am

      This lady Eve also went to Egypt as well. Cuba and Egypt. Could this be one of those crimes that
      actually could have saved the country? Imagine if this lady actually got into office with her Cuban and Egyptian ties. I do hope this person
      gets caught and gets the dp!

    10. Richard on March 7th, 2008 11:13 am

      Katablog (#8) … Not only is there increased violence on campus, it seems that it’s at astronomical levels everywhere around the U.S.

      That’s a subjective reading, of course, but it’s really disheartening. I’ve read that there’s a student movement to allow the carrying of weapons on campuses, the logic being that with enough armed students they wouldn’t all be sitting ducks.

      I can’t recall one good bit of news that has happened since the 21st century began. What have I missed?

    11. katablog on March 7th, 2008 3:36 pm

      Even though 9/11 was horrible, I thought for a moment that people had come back to realizing what was important. I was proud of my country and its resiliency, how we held each other and showed we cared. But in 6 months that all went away and we’ve become an angry, greedy self-centered society that is all about the individual. It’s disgusting.

    12. Michelle on March 7th, 2008 4:00 pm

      There have been reports that the girl shot at Auburn was found partly disclothed. The discussion on Nancy Grace the other night was that burning her vehicle indicated a “personal” connection (whether real or fantasized I guess we won’t know until the perp is caught). The shooting at UNC seems very random. If the Auburn shooting indeed has a “personal” connection….where do people find they have the entitlement to take another life? I just don’t get it…

    13. SteveDinMD on March 7th, 2008 7:18 pm

      katablog said: “Steve,ever think about the fact that her parents might have been Cuban immigrants or that she was for some reason granted a visa to study abroad? Anyhow, I doubt that this has anything to do with her attacker or death. It does sound to me like the two shootings are related somehow.”

      SteveDinMD: Carson isn’t generally acknowledged as a Cuban name, and her appearance would seem to point to other than Cuban heritage. Except for the remote possibility that the young lady might have been somehow affiliated with radicals and/or revolutionaries prone to violence, her Cuban experience is probably unrelated to her death. It does, however, tend to demonstrate poor judgment on her part, as well as on the parts of her parents and the university. If the State Department granted her a visa — which I doubt — then they’re guilty of poor judgment, as well.

      No one, it seems, had been exercising any “adult supervision” with respect to this young lady’s choice of travel destination, and this affords ample room for criticism, irregardless of the case’s eventual disposition. Make no mistake. This really isn’t Eve’s fault. She was evidently bright, but nevertheless just a little girl playing at politics and with forces she couldn’t begin to comprehend. Those who should have known better let her down. The chances are, though, that her death was simply the result of a random, reprehensible act of violence, nothing more. If something else were afoot, then time will tell.

    14. Richard on March 7th, 2008 10:26 pm

      Was she shot in Cuba or in the United States? I doubt very much that her Cuban interests had anything to do with her murder … of course, I could be wrong.

    15. Sherry on March 7th, 2008 11:10 pm

      Just read where an arrest has been made in the Lauren Burke case.
      As to speculate on anything sinister about the UNC student is ridiculous. What you may see in a photo may or may NOT give the full picture.

    16. Sherry on March 7th, 2008 11:23 pm

      As for Eve studying abroad you might want to read this article Steve.

      UNC study abroad program expands to Cuba.
      Publication: Caribbean Update
      Date: Sunday, February 1 2004
      Subject: Foreign study (Curricula), Cultural exchange programs (Curricula)
      Location: Cuba, United States

      You are viewing page 1
      UNC STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM EXPANDS TO CUBA. The University of North Carolina has teamed up with the University of Havana to allow students to study abroad in Cuba. UNC-Chapel Hill will send eight students there next month to study Cuban history, culture and international relations, along with Spanish grammar and language,

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    18. SteveDinMD on March 8th, 2008 1:28 am

      Sherry: Yes, that’s very interesting. I wonder if those “lucky” eight students were given the opportunity to study the Cuban gulag while they were there. Also, in studying Cuban “international relations,” I wonder if they were taught about Cuba’s deliberate and wanton murder of U.S. citizens over international waters in 1996. It’s also unclear whether this program was indeed sanctioned by the State Department and whether it constituted a true cultural “exchange” program, with Cubans permitted to leave their country for study in the United States.

      Cuban cultural missions to the U.S. have been exceedingly rare over the years. U.S. law automatically grants political asylum to practically all Cubans who reach the U.S. and apply. In fact, the last Cuban cultural mission I specifically recall inolved an exhibition baseball game played by the Cuban national team here in Baltimore back during the Clinton Administration. At that time, the only reason the Cubans accepted the invitation was because the Clinton Administration (illegally) permitted the Cuban government to keep their players under close guard by an armed contingent of Cuban Secret Police as a measure to discourage what they feared would be a mass defection of the eintire team. Even then, a few players managed to escape their hotel in an attempt to defect. When they applied for asylum, the Clinton Justice Department, in direct violation of U.S. law, turned them over to the Cuban Secret Police who spirited them away to Cuba and whatever fate awaited them there.

      In general, I strongly disapprove of trendy leftists in academia manipulating vulnerable and impressionable young people as unwitting tools in their “jihad” against the United States (and Western civilization) and in support of International Communism. Were Eve my daughter, I would have never let her go to Cuba. I would have kept her from the clutches of those academic apparatchiks.

    19. Sherry on March 8th, 2008 8:40 am

      I dont know Steve…but my daughter visited the Costa Rican rain forrest for about a month to help search for plants with cancer fighting agents. Though it was a very different culture for her, she didnt come back as a drug smuggling colombian or a nicaraguan rebel :)
      She did tell me some things AFTER her visit that I am extremely glad she didnt tell me while she was there.
      I do understand this is not the same as visiting Cuba but would feel pretty sure that UNC would not do anything illegal and this program is plastered over the night so its not like it has been kept a secret.

    20. Sherry on March 8th, 2008 8:42 am

      —excuse me..I meant plastered over the net not night—-
      -still asleep-

    21. Hd19 on March 8th, 2008 8:43 am


      Why don’t you shut the hell up? Eve was my friend and after reading your comments, I’m sitting at my computer in awe that you would make such comments about a study abroad trip when two beautiful, innocent young women have just been murdered…I don’t know you and I don’t want to, but if you’re not going to show a little more dignity and respect then maybe you shouldn’t be writing anything at all. And if reference to the comment you made:

      “”If not, I’d like to know why she wasn’t prosecuted, especially since she apparently flaunted her “study” abroad.”"”

      I really didn’t appreciate the comment in quotes and if you had known Eve, then you would know she’s never flaunted anything, but since you don’t…I’m letting you know. Anyway, are you an American??? If you are, it’s people like you that make me disappointed to be an American and if you’re not…you probably should go back to where you came from or go to Cuba since you’re so damn concerned. I have to bury my friend tomorrow.

    22. SteveDinMD on March 8th, 2008 9:52 am

      Sherry: I’m unaware of any official travel restrictions to Costa Rica, and I’m unaware of any specific threat to travelers to that country. Overall, I probably wouldn’t oppose having a child of mine visit Costa Rica, assuming the program were properly designed. I certainly couldn’t say the same thing about travel to Columbia, where friends of mine have been targets of assassination. Fortunately, they survived.

      As for UNC’s “Study in Cuba” program, I’m not confident at all in the university’s wisdom or good intentions. Sending a young girl and seven of her classmates off for some old-fashioned Communist indoctrination doesn’t sit well with me. It sounds to me like something hatched up in the faculty lounge under their portrait of Che Guervara.

    23. Sherry on March 8th, 2008 11:49 am

      I have kept up with this story since it first happened. It hit very close to home with me since my daughter had been highly involved in SGA and high profile activities at her university. You can’t imagine how my heart goes out to you, all of her friends, and especially her family. I can see how something like this would be so devastating that I personally would never have good sense again if it were my child.
      My daughter and I have been talking about buying a handgun and taking shooting classes. I think it is something everyone especially college students should look into. Also…ALWAYS try to be street smart because so many wierdos and thugs are out when most other people arent around.
      Again, my condolences.

    24. SteveDinMD on March 8th, 2008 11:55 am

      The following URL links to an ATM photo of the “person of interest” sought in connection with Eve’s murder:


      It has been reported that the man in the photo attempted to withdraw money using Eve’s ATM card the night of her murder.

      A commenter on another blog pointed out that the hat is probably a Houston Astros baseball cap, of which several different styles could be a match. This same commenter also claimed that the car in the photo is consistent with a Toyota Highlander. Eve owned a 2005 Highlander.

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    26. Ted on March 9th, 2008 10:30 am

      I am so shocked.. Two black males responsible for the UNC and Auburn murders? What are the chances?

      Remember, this just gives these two guys more street cred. Also, these white girls were privelaged while these two black men had society against them since they were born. So we cannot cast any blame on the black guys. Its not there fault.

      Watch out for black males. Be aware of your surroundings. Its reality.. Some, (not all) are extremely criminally violent.

    27. SteveDinMD on March 9th, 2008 11:33 am

      Hd19 said: “…Anyway, are you an American??? If you are, it’s people like you that make me disappointed to be an American and if you’re not…”

      SteveDinMD: Somehow I’m not surprised that you’re “disappointed to be an American.” You and Michelle Obama would make quite a pair. Anyway, my guess is that you’re one of those “radical chic,” leftist, anti-American know-it-alls who infest our college campuses. It is such people who, begining no later than the tender age of 19, lionize Castro and other Communist revolutionaries, decry 9/11 as an “inside job,” and denounce active defense of the American people as “blood for oil imperialism” — even though they can’t find their own arses with both hands and a hunting dog. If you were truly a friend of Eve Carson, I’m sorry for your loss and I’m saddened by her murder. Nevertheless, my advice to you and your ilk is to listen, learn, think, and grow up before presuming to know how to change the world.

    28. Anna on March 9th, 2008 5:06 pm

      Travel to Cuba by US citizens:
      My church sponsors mission trips to Cuba on a regular basis.

      I have an in-law whose wife is Cuban. They frequently travel there to visit her family.

      In both cases, it is perfectly legal.

      I hope that all Americans will soon be able to travel to Cuba legally.

    29. SteveDinMD on March 9th, 2008 7:14 pm


      The Department of the Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control, may issue travel licenses to Cuba for 9 classes of persons, exclusively. Anyone traveling to Cuba without benefit of a license is in direct violation of Federal law and may be subject to fines, imprisonment, or both. The classes of persons who MAY be issued travel licenses to Cuba are:

      1) Journalists and supporting broadcasting or technical personnel (regularly employed in that capacity by a news reporting organization and traveling for journalistic activities).

      2) Official government travelers (traveling on official business).

      3) Members of international organizations of which the United States is also a member (traveling on official business).

      4) Full-time professionals whose travel transactions are directly related to professional research in their professional areas, provided that their research 1) is of a noncommercial, academic nature; 2) comprises a full work schedule in Cuba; and 3) has a substantial likelihood of public dissemination.

      5) Full-time professionals whose travel transactions are directly related to attendance at professional meetings or conferences in Cuba organized by an international professional organization, institution, or association hat regularly sponsors such meetings or conferences in other countries. The organization, institution, or association sponsoring the meeting or conference may not be headquartered in the United States unless it has been specifically licensed to sponsor the meeting. The purpose of the meeting or conference cannot be the promotion of tourism in Cuba or other commercial activities involving Cuba, or to foster production of any bio-technological products.

      6) Travelers who have received specific licenses from OFAC prior to going. Specific licenses are described below.

      6a) OFAC may issue specific licenses authorizing travel-related transactions incident to one visit lasting no more than 14 days to immediate family members* who are nationals of Cuba per three-year period. For those who emigrated to the United States from Cuba, and have not since that time visited a family member in Cuba, the three year period will be counted from the date they left Cuba. For all others, the three year period will be counted from the date they last left Cuba pursuant to the preexisting family visit general license, or from the date their family visit specific license was issued. Travelers wishing to visit an immediate family member in Cuba who is authorized to be in Cuba but not a national of Cuba may be granted a specific license in exigent circumstances provided that the U.S. Interests Section in Havana concurs in the issuance of such a license.

      6b) Specific licenses may be issued by OFAC to authorize travel transactions related to certain educational activities by students or employees at U.S. undergraduate or graduate institutions. Such licenses must be renewed after a period of one year. Once

      6c) Specific licenses may be issued by OFAC to religious organizations to authorize individuals affiliated with the organization to engage in travel transactions under the auspices of the religious organization. Applications by religious organizations for such licenses should include examples of the religious activities to be undertaken in Cuba. All individuals traveling pursuant to a religious organization’s license must carry with them a letter from the licensed organization citing the number of the license and confirming that they are affiliated with the organization and that they are traveling to Cuba to engage in religious activities under the auspices of the organization.

      6d) Specific licenses may be issued by the Office
      of Foreign Assets Control on a case-by-case basis authorizing travel transactions by the following categories of persons in connection with the following activities: Humanitarian Projects & Support for the Cuban people; Free-Lance Journalism; Professional Research & Professional Meetings; Religious Activities; Public Performances, Athletic or Other Competitions, &
      Exhibitions; Amateur or semi-professional athletics; Activities of Private Foundations or Research or Educational Institutions; Exportation, Importation, or Transmission of Information or Informational Materials; or Licensed Exportation.

      The Treasury Department has licensing responsibility as the primary agent for enforcing the ‘Trading with the Enemy Act’ and other acts of Congress governing the U.S. embargo on Cuba and other hostile countries. With respect to Cuba, the intention of Congress has been to issue travel licenses in accordance with the most circumscribed interpretation of the above 9 categories. This has not always been the case, however. Since the Treasury Department exercises some discretionary authority in the granting of licenses, applications are subject to being evaluated with varying degrees of leniency, undermining the effectiveness of the embargo. Irregardless, it is the duty of all good U.S. citizens to scrupulously avoid any and all travel to, or economic intercourse with, Cuba that could reasonably be judged to benefit the Cuban government or prolong its existence.

      Still, many U.S. citizens persist even in ILLEGALY traveling to Cuba. They accomplish this by first traveling to an intermediate destination country that does not observe the Cuban embargo. They then obtain travel accommodations to Cuba originating from their intermediate destination. Cuban authorities then aid and abet (in most cases) illegal travel by U.S. citizens to Cuba by deliberately failing to mark U.S. passports with Cuban immigration and customs stamps.

      I, too, look forward to the day when U.S. citizens may freely travel to Cuba — when Cuba is at long last FREE, and not a moment before. I also look forward to the day when the vicious thugs who control Cuba’s tyrannical government are brought to justice.

    30. billT on March 10th, 2008 8:38 pm

      Hey, SteveDinMD,
      You got WAY too much time on your hands

    31. mindmaze on March 15th, 2008 12:27 am

      SteveDinMD doesn’t get it. Look at the title of this blog…. Eve Marie Carson and Lauren Burk – murdered. Their parents and family and friends are heart broken. And he wants to complain about studying abroad in Cuba? Hello??? Duhhhh?

    32. munchkinpup on March 16th, 2008 2:27 am

      SteveDinMD more than does not get it. His comments are ignorant as well as insulting, particularly to the family and friends of this extraordinary young woman, Eve Marie Carson. Why is there no mention made of the wonderful qualities BOTH of these young women embodied? Why is there no mention made of the FACT that violent crimes against women are on the rise in this country?

      Obviously, SteveDin does not care about either of these young women. It is all about pushing a neocon right wing agenda.
      It is far more important to yap about CUBA in some completely inane fashion. Further proof that wingnuttia has at last come fully unhinged. And what does Michelle Obama have to do with this sordid and deeply wrenching tale?! Not a damn thing. BTW, she never said she was “disappointed” in America.
      The truth is that there are Americans who prefer to live their lives wallowing in hatred of everything and anything seemingly different from themselves. And I surmise that includes (gasp!) CUBA, as well as young female college students, mangled and cut down in the brilliance of their youth and vitality.
      My advice to you, SteveDimWit, is to take some of your own advice which you so generously offered to another commenter:

      “Nevertheless, my advice to you and your ilk is to listen, learn, think, and grow up before presuming to know how to change the world.”

      Unfortunately, some people never grow up.

    33. Mariner50 on March 18th, 2008 11:39 am

      SteveDinMD (my God, is he a medical doctor?) is a shining example of a “compassionate” Rethuglikan and (sad to say) can only do what is in his nature.

      The world is a lesser place without Eve. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends.

    34. mookie on March 21st, 2008 4:05 pm

      By the way SteveDinMD,
      There is no such word as “irregardless”

    35. Ed on March 31st, 2008 6:45 pm

      Eve Carson was a die-hard liberal, as reflected in her campaign platforms for UNC Student Body President:


      She was naive to the harsh realities of the outside world and thus tragically learned the hard way when she went outside in the middle of the night, unarmed, to do errands.

      I feel for her family and certainly her loss is a crime that should be punished to the fullest extent of the law. The folks aren’t Cuban, dad is a stockbroker in Athens, her mom a French teacher at UGA.

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    38. D utley on February 3rd, 2012 9:27 am

      Eve Carson’s spirit is alive and well. Eve is not a liberal or conservative, but a true Angel, so show some respect!

    39. LaSantaHermandad on July 30th, 2012 11:30 am

      The murderers of Eve and Lauren should be killed. They shot Eve in the face because she was beautiful and they were ugly. They need to die. Same for the bastard who murdered Lauren. He wanted to rape her and she had the gall to resist. It shows the lack of even a scintilla of humanity.
      Don’t forget poor Amy Biehl murdered in S. Africa by the very people whom she wanted so much to help. They stood around and cheered as she begged those beasts for her life while her tormentors stabbed her in her beautiful heart. These are the same mutants who are committing genocide against the Boer farmers. They go in and make husbands, fathers and little kids watch while they rape wives and daughters then they mutilate them and murder the rest of the family.
      During the trial of the mutants who murdered Amy, the Bantu observers laughed and guffawed while the prosecutors described how she screamed and groaned with each stab wound.
      I can only wonder what ordeal poor Eve suffered at the hands of those two savages. She asked them to pray with her. How could a real human not be touched by that?
      Non bonum vadit sine poena.

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