The Fatal Addiction

Ted Bundy, guilty or not guilty? In my eyes Ted Bundy appears to be guilty. Did he really commit all those assaults and murders and not know what he was doing? He very well may have had some type of hormonal imbalance but I do not believe that would lead you to kill someone. Mr.Bundy blames his violent rage on harsh pornography. He always seems to have an excuse for what he did. I wonder if he was really sorry, but I guess only God knows that for sure. Some may call him a liar but I call him a victim of evil external forces.
Most wonder how anyone can live with themselves knowing they took and damaged so many lives. Mr. Bundy responded that through Gods help he has learned to deal ...

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too far. He learned to accept what he had done and lived his life the best way he knew how. Even though he did not want to die, he was still forced into the electric chair. Before he was put to death he said that killing him would not restore the people he had already murdered nor would is lessen the pain. Some things just have to be done according to the law.
I feel you may be forgiven for all the wrong doings in your life but still held responsible for them. Mr. Bundy also remarked that there are others like him out there influenced by the same violent media. The question for the future is, what can we do about it? Can we control destructive criminals like Ted Bundy? I believe we can, if we work together and raise our children right and limit them from harmful media ...

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