Keep Weger where he belongs
The following exceeds the Bureau County Republican’s 500-word limit on Letters to the Editor, therefore, the BCR will extend the same opportunity to someone with an opposing view. Call BCR Editor Terri Simon at 815-875-4461, ext. 229.
The Starved Rock murderer should spend the rest of his life in prison and leave only occupying a hearse to bring him to be placed in the ground — somewhere where his soul will descend to hell and forever suffer for the brutal, unnecessary murders of three middle aged women, killing them by brutally beating them with a tree stump and causing such a distortion of their features that when I first reviewed the photographs, it was difficult for me to believe these were human beings and/or that the condition of each of them, their bodies, were not the result of ravishing by some unknown creature that could not be human.
I was right, and I was wrong. The killer possessed a body of a human but the mind and the soul of an animal. An animal that will soon be released back to the site of his horrendous cruelty, if the rumor is true that the parole board will soon parole this “monster-man” and bring him back within the citizens of this county and the citizens of the Starved Rock area, where this all began.
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