Sunday, July 10, 2005
Bug Bug Bugliosi
If you are gonna join our Official site and follow our musings, you should understand that the first tenet of living in these here United States is "Question Everything". The second tenet is "if it don't make sense, it probably ain't true." You may not have finished Freshman Logic, but your guts will probably make sure you run from a rattlesnake, just as well as they advise you to not touch a hot stove or to believe a politician.
Have you EVER heard about a series of murders that were not done for personal reasons, however misguided, UNLESS they were by one individual that just liked killing? Of course you didn't. Because your gut tells you that isn't what human nature does. OJ killed Nicole because he was pissed. Blake killed Bonnie because he was humiliated. These are human emotions we all understand.
Now BUGliosi didn't NEED to provide a motivation for the Tate/LaBianca murders. The LAW did not require it.
Also, the people who committed the killings, they were nailed. Done. Sadie. Tex. Linda. Leslie. They were busted by their own mouths and by each others.
But the BUG wanted to "Get Charlie." Nothing less would do.
Now I am NOT saying that Charlie was an innocent. It doesn't matter what he was for this point to be effective.
BUG wanted Charlie.
But Charlie didn't kill anyone.
Charlie wasn't any where for miles when the murders went down.
But if he could GET Charlie, he'd be a hero to the establishment.
He'd be a hero even MORE so if it turned out that Charlie was the devil.
The worse Charlie could be made to be seen, the bigger hero BUG becomes when he brings him down.
So Charlie orders the killings in order to start a race war.
Gut Check- forget about reality- we'll help you with that.
Gut Check- does that motivation make ANY sense to your gut?
And if it doesn't, then why were we fed it by the prosecutor.
Cops and lawyers always say- who had the most to gain by the crime or the lie.
Who gains the most by Charlie being a superhuman devil, brought down by the BUG?