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The Masked Tulip

Kayla Kendrigan - Sydney torture and attempted murder

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Just seen this news story about Kayla Kendrigan in Sydney.

The allegations are that a group of people she knew kidnapped her, held her for several hours where they tortured and humiliated her. They then allegedly bound her and threw her from a bridge into a river known to be inhabited by bull sharks.

She was born without her left hand but managed to struggle to shore where she found a house to ask for help. It is reported that she has learning difficulties of some kind.

The 4 people responsible are now on attempted murder charges with the OLDEST being 22. The article below points out that the charged have young children despite some legally still being children themselves.

Grim truth about alleged ‘torture’ teens

https://m.northernstar.com.au/news/silent-victims-grim-truth-about-torture-teens/3536941/

 

 

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These are the most awful crimes for the most pathetic of motives.

Two that stick in my mind:

Suzanne Capper, 1992.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Suzanne_Capper

Steven Hoskin, probably because it was local, 2006.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-461727/Man-learning-difficulties-tortured-forced-viaduct-death.html

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2007/aug/04/socialcare.crime

I read them at the time and couldn't believe it possible; I can't even read them again but if you want to know why we need active social services and police then look no further.

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3 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

These are the most awful crimes for the most pathetic of motives.

Two that stick in my mind:

Suzanne Capper, 1992.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Suzanne_Capper

Steven Hoskin, probably because it was local, 2006.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-461727/Man-learning-difficulties-tortured-forced-viaduct-death.html

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2007/aug/04/socialcare.crime

I read them at the time and couldn't believe it possible; I can't even read them again but if you want to know why we need active social services and police then look no further.

 

It always crosses my mind that people like above are targetted in order for the offenders to feel better about themselves. That there is someone they can feel superior over. But it probably is not even that sophisticated and is merely animalistic predatory behaviour.

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18 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

Just seen this news story about Kayla Kendrigan in Sydney.

The allegations are that a group of people she knew kidnapped her, held her for several hours where they tortured and humiliated her. They then allegedly bound her and threw her from a bridge into a river known to be inhabited by bull sharks.

She was born without her left hand but managed to struggle to shore where she found a house to ask for help. It is reported that she has learning difficulties of some kind.

The 4 people responsible are now on attempted murder charges with the OLDEST being 22. The article below points out that the charged have young children despite some legally still being children themselves.

Grim truth about alleged ‘torture’ teens

https://m.northernstar.com.au/news/silent-victims-grim-truth-about-torture-teens/3536941/

 

 

Sounds like the film Eden Lake except when the crippled tortured woman crawls to the nearest house at the end, wouldn't you just know it, it's the thuggish parents of her arch torturer.

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Nasty as.  

People do forget that without a civilised society these sort of behaviours appear more frequently.  It's one reason why the rule of law is so vital to a fair society.

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7 minutes ago, wherebee said:

Nasty as.  

People do forget that without a civilised society these sort of behaviours appear more frequently.  It's one reason why the rule of law is so vital to a fair society.

Agreed

Its why the move from police forces to police service has been so damaging 

If I have a problem with criminals I want several large well trained (possibly ex military) guys to arrive quickly 

A couple of short, chubby ladies with a degree in inclusivity ain’t going to cut it 👍

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37 minutes ago, Malthus said:

Its why the move from police forces to police service has been so damaging 

If I have a problem with criminals I want several large well trained (possibly ex military) guys to arrive quickly 

A couple of short, chubby ladies with a degree in inclusivity ain’t going to cut it 👍

In my experience the modus operandi of women police is to bore everyone away with their droning.

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