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Sheriff's Capt. Makes Bizarre Statement Massage Parlor Killer Was Having 'Really Bad Day'
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David Epstein
2021-03-17 21:04:52 UTC
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Cherokee County Sheriff’s Capt. Jay Baker used a curious choice of words
to describe the motive behind a vicious attack on three Asian massage
parlors in the Atlanta area. “Yesterday was a really bad day for him and
this is what he did,” the law-enforcement officer said of 21-year-old
suspect Robert Aaron Long. Baker said that’s the explanation Long offered
authorities, adding that he was “fed up” and at the “end of his rope” when
he killed eight people, including six Asian women, before heading to
Florida. Long, 21, also told law enforcement that he was struggling with
sex addiction, and the massage parlors were “a temptation for him that he
wanted to eliminate.” Twitter users and reporters were quick to call out
Baker’s odd language to describe Long’s murder spree. “Imagine losing your
loved one to a senseless shooting, and the police captain says this about
the shooter,” wrote KESQ anchor Angela Chen.

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pyotr filipivich
2021-03-17 23:07:41 UTC
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Cherokee County Sheriff’s Capt. Jay Baker used a curious choice of words
to describe the motive behind a vicious attack on three Asian massage
parlors in the Atlanta area. “Yesterday was a really bad day for him and
this is what he did,” the law-enforcement officer said of 21-year-old
suspect Robert Aaron Long. Baker said that’s the explanation Long offered
authorities, adding that he was “fed up” and at the “end of his rope” when
he killed eight people, including six Asian women, before heading to
Florida. Long, 21, also told law enforcement that he was struggling with
sex addiction, and the massage parlors were “a temptation for him that he
wanted to eliminate.” Twitter users and reporters were quick to call out
Baker’s odd language to describe Long’s murder spree. “Imagine losing your
loved one to a senseless shooting, and the police captain says this about
the shooter,” wrote KESQ anchor Angela Chen.
https://www.thedailybeast.com/sheriff-makes-bizarre-statement-massage-
parlor-killer-aaron-long-was-having-really-bad-day
Well who amongst us hasn't had a really bad day?
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pyotr filipivich
"If once a man indulges himself in Murder, very soon he comes
to think little of Robbing, and from Robbing he comes next to
Drinking and Sabbath-breaking, and from that to Incivility and
Procrastination." T. De Quincy (1785-1859)
_Murder Considered As One of the Fine Arts_(1827)
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