A compulsive arsonist likes to watch fires. Period.This guy seems to
have something against religion. Or at least a hater of someone else's
Whoever started the fires, I hope they're caught soon.
Whatever people's beliefs they should be respectful of other people's
right to worship and to have houses of worship. Hope they catch whoever started
DogsBarking: You are right! And by "a stretch," I certainly didn't
mean the notion is preposterous, and I'll be interested to see what other
facts emerge. The experts can determine if a "propellant" was used in
either or both, etc., etc. Arson can be anything from a very deliberate
motivated action... or punk kids playing with fire. (I speak from experience on
that second scenario... thankfully my antics many years ago didn't result
in property damage, by some stroke of luck.)It would be nice to live
in a world where somebody isn't out there deliberately burning houses of
@bikeboy You honestly feel it’s a stretch to see a connection because one
is inside and one outside? A fire is a fire to a pyromaniac. It’s a
matter of opportunity and where they can get in to start it without being seen.
Being during the same month, both at churches in the same area is beyond
coincidence but suspicious.
Vanceone, the "Episcobal" [sic] fire happened a couple weeks before the
LDS fire, according to the article. And based on the details (the Episcopal
fire originating inside, near the "pulpit and podium," the LDS fire
outside), to me it seems a bit of a stretch that they may be connected.In any case, I can confidently declare that "Democrat party officials"
are almost certainly not involved! (I'm FAR from being a Democrat, but to
make such a partisan statement is just as reprehensible as suggesting that
Republican officials are responsible for some nut-case shooting up an abortion
Wow, the comments.
Whoever is is, it’s time for you to get nervous, because they will
eventually get you.