V-card Pass Strikes Again

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From the same article.

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Now… lets do the math on this shall we?

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1, She also admitted she knew that the ring for his paddle was missing, and that he was not wearing a life vest or a wet suit despite heading into dangerously cold and rough conditions. Forethought.

2, She admitted that she pulled the pl​​ug from husband-to-be Vincent Viafore’s boat before watching him drown as his kayak capsized during a boating trip in April 2015. Premeditation.

3, “I wanted him dead and now he’s gone,” she told cops during a lengthy 2015 interrogation. “And I’m OK with it,” she added. Malice.

The Free Legal Dictionary “first degree murder
n. although it varies from state to state, it is generally a killing which is deliberate and premeditated (planned, after lying in wait, by poison or as part of a scheme), in conjunction with felonies such as rape, burglary, arson, involving multiple deaths, the killing of certain types of people (such as a child, a police officer, a prison guard, a fellow prisoner), or with certain weapons, particularly a gun. The specific criteria for first degree murder are established by statute in each state and by the United States Code in federal prosecutions. It is distinguished from second degree murder in which premeditation is usually absent, and from manslaughter which lacks premeditation and suggests that at most there was intent to harm rather than to kill.”

1, She also admitted she knew that the ring for his paddle was missing, and that he was not wearing a life vest or a wet suit despite heading into dangerously cold and rough conditions. Forethought.

2, She admitted that she pulled the pl​​ug from husband-to-be Vincent Viafore’s boat before watching him drown as his kayak capsized during a boating trip in April 2015. Premeditation.

3, “I wanted him dead and now he’s gone,” she told cops during a lengthy 2015 interrogation. “And I’m OK with it,” she added. Malice.

FindLaw.com “First Degree Murder: Definition
“In most states, first-degree murder is defined as an unlawful killing that is both willful and premeditated, meaning that it was committed after planning or “lying in wait” for the victim. For example, Dan comes home to find his wife in bed with Victor. Three days later, Dan waits behind a tree near Victor’s front door. When Victor comes out of his house, Dan shoots and kills him.”

1, She also admitted she knew that the ring for his paddle was missing, and that he was not wearing a life vest or a wet suit despite heading into dangerously cold and rough conditions. Forethought.

2, She admitted that she pulled the pl​​ug from husband-to-be Vincent Viafore’s boat before watching him drown as his kayak capsized during a boating trip in April 2015. Premeditation.

3, “I wanted him dead and now he’s gone,” she told cops during a lengthy 2015 interrogation. “And I’m OK with it,” she added. Malice.

Dictionary.com Definition “First Degree Murder
“Law. the killing of another human being under conditions specifically covered in law. In the U.S., special statutory definitions include murder committed with malice aforethought, characterized by deliberation or premeditation or occurring during the commission of another serious crime, as robbery or arson (first-degree murder) and murder by intent but without deliberation or premeditation (second-degree murder)

1, She also admitted she knew that the ring for his paddle was missing, and that he was not wearing a life vest or a wet suit despite heading into dangerously cold and rough conditions. Forethought.

2, She admitted that she pulled the pl​​ug from husband-to-be Vincent Viafore’s boat before watching him drown as his kayak capsized during a boating trip in April 2015. Premeditation.

3, “I wanted him dead and now he’s gone,” she told cops during a lengthy 2015 interrogation. “And I’m OK with it,” she added. Malice.

Cornell University definition “First Degree Murder
The intentional killing of another person by someone who has acted willfully, deliberately, or with planning. All murder that is committed with poison or by lying in wait is first degree murder.

1, She also admitted she knew that the ring for his paddle was missing, and that he was not wearing a life vest or a wet suit despite heading into dangerously cold and rough conditions. Forethought.

2, She admitted that she pulled the pl​​ug from husband-to-be Vincent Viafore’s boat before watching him drown as his kayak capsized during a boating trip in April 2015. Premeditation.

3, “I wanted him dead and now he’s gone,” she told cops during a lengthy 2015 interrogation. “And I’m OK with it,” she added. Malice.

USLegal.com “First Degree Murder Law and Legal Definition
First degree murder is defined by federal and state laws, which vary by state, but generally define it as a killing which is deliberate and premeditated. Many states define first degree murder as a killing committed in connection with felonies such as rape, burglary, arson, or involving multiple deaths, the killing of certain types of people (such as a child or a police officer), or certain weapons, particularly a gun. It is distinguished from second degree murder, which usually does not require premeditation, and from manslaughter, which lacks premeditation and suggests that at most there was intent to harm rather than to kill.”

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According to multiple sources on the definition of what constitutes First degree murder: and the killer’s own admissions; she committed first degree murder. Her own admissions, under the statutes of the law and what constitutes first degree murder: undeniable quantify the case as a clear cut case of first degree murder complete with admission of guilt / confession.

Her own admissions prove beyond the shadow of a doubt she acted with premeditation, out of malice and intentionally murdered him. This is unabashedly first degree murder yet she will get 4 years or less and deportation back to Latvia.

This is why men are going MGTOW, as stated in my article “No, Not All Women Are Like That“:

“We know very well Not All Women Are Like That (NAWALT): but all women are given the opportunity to be like that and what’s more their actions will be given a legal sanction. All due to how the law has been rewritten in the past 50 years.”

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I am a Humanist small L libertarian Deontological Minarchist. In that order - As a result of this philosophy: I cannot in good conscience condone the actions of any group, movement or organization which seeks to oppress another individuals human rights. By education I have an Associates of Occupational Studies in Gunsmithing, and am qualified to testify in Open Court on the State's behalf as a Firearms expert. I am also an NRA Certified Firearm Instructor. I am currently in the Process of writing two books on Philosophy

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