People trust religious figures and prominent members in their churches automatically. My grandfather used to defend a guy who got sent to prison for decades of tax fraud/evasion and practicing law with a phony license because the guy was an elder in his church. The mountain of evidence the government had accumulated against him didn't seem to matter a bit.
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Any system of beliefs that assumes an opportunity for a monster like that man to receive some great reward while a perfectly good person would be damned simply for not believing in some ancient fairy tales is not for me.
---------- Post added November-4th-2012 at 12:42 AM ----------
Also, this woman from Illinois needs to die. She deserves death for what she did for one thing. Also, there is no hope of ever being a worthwhile member of society again for someone who commits a crime like that.