i think the whole thing is a horrible tragedy and its too bad he felt he had to kill his girlfriend or maybe it was an accident, idk....inevitably he was next or in his mind that was his only way out.
No idea--I have no idea what happened or why. It's a terrible tragedy, but I have no idea what was in his mind so I can't just call him an arsehole.
It wouldn't make it okay, but it might explain what happened. Particularly since they're now talking about his history of multiple concussions and resultant brain damage might be a factor. To me an "arsehole" is someone who does something purposefully and knowing fully it's stupid.
Can't comment because you know more about the situation than I do. Still, I have trouble thinking "arsehole" as opposed to "sad", "pitiful", etc.
And you are such an expert on life<br />
Do you know all the FACTS<br />
Yes I thought so you don't<br />
edit: What are your professional qualifications?
I feel sorry BUT I am not taking the emotional point of view I am taking the rational view as I don't know all of the information
So in other words you have no qualifications at all
I am a qualified financial counsellor, plus Certificate 4 in social welfare
I think it was horrible for him to murder her, as if she had nothing more to live for.<br />
It wasn't fair to her, her family, or their child.
yup hes a murderer and a coward and dead
It is heart breaking. Far beyond what I can understand.
It's a horrible tragedy.
for the pain he's caused to the families involved, sure. for taking his own life, not so much... that's called natural selection.