Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Virginia Tech slaughter speaks out!

Cho Seung-Hui, the man behind the sick and twisted killings at Virgina Tech University, spoke on camera. It is finally known what exactly he did in the two hour span between killings. He took pictures of himself in various positions and with weapons and he made a few short videos where he said "you forced me into a corner". This sick and obviously disturbed individual even went as far to say "You had a hundred billion chances and ways to have avoided today".

Later in the video he went on a rant about his hatred of the wealth and other unnamed enemies in this chilling and angry messages. He went on to say "You had everything you wanted. Your Mercedes wasn't enough, you brats. Your golden necklaces weren't enough, you snobs. Your trust fund wasn't enough. Your vodka and cognac weren't enough. All your debaucheries weren't enough. Those weren't enough to fulfill your hedonistic needs. You had everything".

All the information hasn't yet been released, for obvious reasons, but reported that Cho also discussed "martyrs like Eric and Dylan" apparently referring to Columbine High School gunmen Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, who killed 13 people and themselves on April 20, 1999.

Also according to, Cho Sueng-Hui had the words "Ismael-Ax" scribbled in red ink on his arm at the time he was found after committing suicide. The pictures that he took of himself are truly menacing.


NBC News President Steve Capus said the network received the package in Tuesday afternoon's mail delivery, but it was not opened until Wednesday morning. .The letter carrier noticed that it bore a return address from Blacksburg and alerted NBC security officers.

Cho's name was not on the package; instead the return address said it came from "Ishmael." Investigators said Cho's body was found Monday with the words "Ismael Ax" scrawled on his arm.

There was no indication why Cho chose NBC News to receive the package, which was immediately turned over to FBI agents in New York. Capus said NBC News was cooperating with Virginia State Police and the FBI, which is assisting the State Police.

The package included an 1,800-word manifesto-like statement diatribe in which Cho expresses rage, resentment and a desire to get even. The material is “hard to follow ... disturbing, very disturbing,” Capus said in an interview late Wednesday afternoon.

The material does not include any images of the shootings Monday, but it does contain vague references. And it mentions “martyrs like Eric and Dylan” — apparently a reference to Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, the teenagers who killed 12 students and a teacher at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo., eight years ago this coming Friday.

The material is deeply angry, crying out against unspecified wrongs done to him in a diatribe laced with profanity.

“I didn’t have to do this. I could have left. I could have fled. But no, I will no longer run. It’s not for me. For my children, for my brothers and sisters that you f---, I did it for them,” Cho says on one of the videos.

“When the time came, I did it. I had to.”

I'm really speechless. I probably won't be posting too much more over the next few days as i'm going out of town for a family event, my prayer and thoughts will still be with the victims and their friends and families of Monday's tragedy.

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