Sunday, March 21, 2010

poster boy for the death penalty

clifford olson is evil. That this vile monster still lives at state expense is sickening. he is a poster child for the death penalty.



For the past 20 years, I’ve been in periodic contact with Clifford Olson, Canada’s most notorious serial killer of 11 young people (he claims over 100) in British Columbia, 1980 and 1981.


It’s been a curious relationship, dating back to around 1989 when he phoned Toronto radio talk show host Arlene Bynon (CHFI) where I used to broadcast commentaries. Arlene conducted several interviews with Olson.

Arlene and I collaborated on a proposed book about Olson, and negotiated a $300,000 advance from a U.S. publisher. The deal fell through because basically the publishers wanted a Ted Bundy-like chase story, while Olson’s story was one in which the police had no idea a serial killer was loose until he confessed, and was paid $10,000 by the RCMP for every body and murder site he took them to.

After getting $100,000, Olson claims the 11th body was a “freebie”.

5 comments:

dollops said...

There is no satisfaction in executing criminals, nor in books and movies extending their notoriety. Bring back the oubliette!

Loyal Tory said...

No way should that slime have any contact with the outside world. He should be taken out of solitary and thrown in with the general prison sodomites and he wouldn't live very long

Pissedoff said...

Believe me Dollops it would give me great satisfaction. If you want to keep this slime in prison do it at your expense

Every month, the most notorious child killer in the country gets $1,169.47 transferred to a trust account in his name.

He was approved for not only the Old Age Security (OAS) pension and the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS), but the maximum monthly benefits for both — $516.96 and $652.51 respectively.

http://hallsofmacadamia.blogspot.com/2010/03/only-in-canada-you-say.html

dollops said...

Pissedoff: I don't disagree with you. Oubliette - a hole into which a person is thrown to be forgotten.

Lynn said...

In all fairness, Olson's pensions should be seized and donated to a victim's services organization.

Paying a pension to a guy who costs the taxpayer about 60,000 bucks a year for his keep is absurd.I wonder if Olson still gets the Movie Channel and the Internet.

And I agree wholeheartedly, he IS the poster boy for the return of the death penalty, it was custom made for people like him.

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