- Sep 8, 2017
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I thought, going by the title, that this was some sort comedy show or... Boy was I wrong. I'm only one episode in.
Yes the whole saga was very un-Canadian of him. Usually some of the nicest people around but not that sicko. Funny part was only person more wacked out was the kids mother .....gotta catch that Manny guy loli only got to 20 seconds in....looks like some kid was going to torture a kitten? I can't watch that/
Great documentary, but they attempt to blur through the most massive detail of all.
Those two internet "sleuths" didn't discover or investigate a breakthrough of anything at all. In episode 2, someone (undoubtably, Magnotta himself) gives the guy an anonymous tip online, saying the man you're looking for is Luke Magnotta, and then they go from there. The killer himself wanted fame, and purposely led them to him. They didn't ever discover anything. After I finished the miniseries, I went back to confirm that was the order of details.
And it is true, once they had the info, the cops ignored their pleas to stop this guy. But I just thought they portrayed the internet "armchair detectives" as a bit too amazing Sherlock Holmes types.
When I was stationed in England, a USMC Sergeant went to pet a feral cat in a field behind his house and the cute, affectionate little killing machine tore his arm up. The cat grabbed his hand with front paws and teeth while using his back claws to tear up the inside of his wrist and arm.there are felines not to be crossed.
ahhhhhI thought, going by the title, that this was some sort comedy show or... Boy was I wrong. I'm only one episode in.
No. As Death Incarnate mentioned above.... those people did nothing to uncover or catch the bad guy......average people in a grass roots kinda of way, helped put a serial killer where IT belonged
That they were merely voyeurs is certainly true...No. As Death Incarnate mentioned above.... those people did nothing to uncover or catch the bad guy.
They were sideline voyeurs with a view to a kill. THEY were who he killed for. They weren’t complicit, but they were his audience.