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Anonymous 10:13 ... and some us are axe "manslaughterers" trying to build a media career on the killing of an old lady.
All the murderers and manslaughterers were known as “The Deadly Killers.”
As for homicides, or manslaughterers, -- I wish we could use the English word, -- they are less attractive as a study, and I do not care what becomes of them.
Saint-Barthelemy, the cut-throats of September, the manslaughterers of
"Especially if they are unapologetic manslaughterers."
I even deign to address them in their native tongue, to put them at ease in my presence. yay for nepotists (see: idiot son, rhode island), hypocrites (see: windfarms, martha's vineyard), drunks, and manslaughterers! jagorev: