As many of you are aware, Mollie Tibbetts was a 20-year-old college student living in Iowa. She was loved by many, very thoughtful, and very kind. She was also very funny and intelligent. She will be greatly missed.
Over a month ago, Mollie was reported missing. She was house-sitting for her boyfriend's sister and fiance in Brooklyn, Iowa, who were out of the country planning their destination wedding, when she went for a routine jog. Brooklyn is a very small town and cases like these never happen. Her boyfriend was miles and miles away at his construction job, a family business.
Her family became worried when her co-worker contacted them after she didn't show up for work. She was last seen jogging the evening before she was reported missing. She had her Fitbit and her phone on her.
While on the July 18 jog, a neighbor's security cameras recorded the encounter that led to her death. She was being followed by a man in a car. While he was following her, Mollie told him he would call the police if he did not leave her alone. Sadly, she wasn't able to do that as he blacked out and murdered her.
The suspect charged with first-degree murder is 24-year-old Christian Rivera. He is an illegal immigrant who had been living in the US for 4-7 years. He wasn't social and stayed to himself, very much a Boo Radley.
Her body was found in a cornfield, covered by cornstalks. The murderer led the police to the site.
Rest in peace to Mollie Tibbetts, who had such a bright future ahead of her. The best we can hope is that justice will be served.
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More proof of existential risks that NOBODY CAN ABSOLUTELY BE CERTAIN what CAN or WILL HAPPEN to their own children throughout the entire course of their lifetime.
If somebody is in the wrong place at the wrong time, it would all be over for them just like that. There isn't gonna be any "rescue".
Even though the suspect is in custody, and even if the bastard pays for what he had done, and he should pay for what he had done, there's no bringing Mollie back because she's gone now. I can't imagine the horror, the grief and despair that one has to go through when they lose their own child to something so horrible and completely unexpected. It's like WHY THE FUCK YOU HAVE TO DO THIS? WHY?
As I said before it's a BIG FUCKING GAMBLE when new life is created and added into this world, it's the equivalent of playing Russian Roulette with somebody's future and well-being, YOU CAN NEVER BE ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN THAT EVERYTHING IS GOING TO TURN OUT TO BE JUST FINE FOR YOUR OWN CHILDREN SHOULD AND IF YOU CHOOSE TO BRING THEM HERE INTO THIS WORLD. YOU ALSO CAN NEVER BE ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN THAT THEY WON'T OR WILL NEVER DO SOMETHING SO FUCKING HORRIBLE AND TERRIBLE TO OTHERS.
@sugarchateau @Shimy @lizziepooh03 @boulshyte @menina Have any of you seen this yet?
You are exactly right, somebody was in the wrong place at the wrong time. The illegal alien was in the United States where he don't belong. He was in the wrong place and has remained here for the last 4 to 7 years. All illegal aliens need to go.
Definitely something incredibly important to take under more serious consideration. Which would be very useful and wise, as of right now with our current status, to be patient and remain childless until we can better solve our current issues (to better suite future children, their needs and their environment).
@sugarchateau I very much doubt things are ever exactly gonna "better". We can only hope that it does not get any more worse than it already is.
Why am i not surprised. It's just bad, that this mollie girl died. She seemed like an awesome woman judging from the photo and the brief description.
But you're also right. if she did not exist in the first place, then she wouldn't die.
I rather those murderers Kill some other degenerates instead like for example feminazis or other murderers or rapists than an seemingly awesome girl.
This junkie will go to prison for some years, then be released, then he will kill another one and the story repeats.
Generating life is 99% gamble and 1% self control aka self influence. Has been like that since the beginning of first multicells life.