Soms zijn mensen gewoon gestoord zonder aantoonbare reden (geen slechte opvoeding, geen mishandeling etc.). Sommige mensen zijn gewoon kwaadaardigquote:
Er is altijd een aantoonbare reden.quote:
Hoezo is er altijd een aantoonbare reden? Families zitten soms in het duister omdat een persoon zijn motieven niet vertelt. Je verwart het met 'er is altijd een reden'quote:
Ja naruurlijk, want ieder persoon is altijd sterker dan een persoon die zijn hele gezin uitmoordtquote:
Nee, ik zeg dat ik hoop dat hij gepakt word, niet dat het gaat gebeuren. Nogal een verschil.quote:Op donderdag 17 juni 2021 23:31 schreef Phoenyx-God het volgende:
Ja naruurlijk, want ieder persoon is altijd sterker dan een persoon die zijn hele gezin uitmoordt
Jullie denken altijd zo simpel over dit soort personen, als jullie in de gevangenis komen dan zouden jullie door hem gepakt worden vrijwel altijd. Maar hier op FOK! is het lekker gemakkelijk om te zeggen dat als zo'n persoon een zeepje laat vallen hij gepakt wordt.
Dat kan jij zelf morgen uithalen uit je posts?quote:
Ja lees het morgen maar even terugquote:
Wist gelijk dat het om een Aziaat ging met gekke ouders.quote:
Als ze mijn donald duck abbo opzeggen.quote:
Jezus wat een vreselijk verhaal. Zowel voor haar als door haar.quote:Op donderdag 17 juni 2021 21:45 schreef slashdotter3 het volgende:
Soortgelijk verhaal uit 2010 maar nog veel interessanter:
There’s like a 40+ minute YouTube doc about a girl who essentially did the same thing for the same reasons. She convinced some friends to break in and murder her parents, and she afterwards pretends to be the “lucky” one. If you listen to her 911 call the only time she really sounds panicked/scared was when she realizes that her father is still alive.
Jennifer Pan (born 17 June 1986) is a Canadian woman who was convicted of a 2010 kill-for-hire attack targeting both of her parents in response to their alleged severely abusive "tiger parenting" into her mid-20s; the attack resulted in the death of her mother.
Jennifer's parents set many goals for their children and had extremely high expectations of them. Jennifer was made to take piano lessons at the age of four, as well as figure skating classes where she trained most days during the week. She had hopes of becoming an Olympic figure skating champion until she tore a ligament in her knee. Jennifer attended Mary Ward Catholic Secondary School where she played the flute in the school band. According to her high school friend Karen K. Ho, Hann was seen as "the classic tiger dad," and Bich was "his reluctant accomplice." The Pans picked Jennifer up when classes ended each day and monitored her extracurricular activities very closely. They never permitted her to date boys while attending high school, or to attend high school dances out of fear that these activities would distract her from her academic commitments. Jennifer was not permitted to attend any parties during the time her parents believed she was attending university. At the age of 22, "she had never gone to a club, been drunk, visited a friend's cottage or gone on vacation without her family." Jennifer and her friends reportedly regarded this upbringing as restrictive and greatly oppressive.
Despite her parents' high expectations and that Jennifer had received good grades in lower school, throughout high school her grades were somewhat average (in the 70% range) except for music. Multiple times, she forged report cards using false templates to show her parents that she had received straight As when she had not. When Jennifer failed calculus class in grade 12, Ryerson University rescinded her early admission. As she could not bear to be perceived as a failure, she began to lie to those she knew, including her parents, and pretended she was attending university. Instead, she sat in cafés, taught as a piano instructor and worked in a restaurant to earn money. In order to maintain the charade, Jennifer told her parents she had won scholarships, later falsely claiming that she had accepted an offer into the pharmacology program at the University of Toronto. She went to the extent of purchasing second-hand textbooks and watching videos related to pharmacology in order to create notebooks full of purported class notes that she could show her parents.
While pretending to complete her degree at the University of Toronto, Pan told her parents that she had started working as a volunteer at The Hospital for Sick Children. Hann and Bich soon became suspicious when they realized she did not have a hospital ID badge or uniform. On one occasion, Bich followed her daughter to "work" and quickly discovered her deception. In a state of shock, Hann wanted to throw Jennifer out of the house, but her mother persuaded him to allow her to stay. As she had not completed high school due to failing calculus, she eventually began working to finish high school completely and was later encouraged by her parents to apply to university. She was, however, forbidden to contact Wong or to go anywhere except for her piano-teaching job. Nevertheless, she and Wong spoke secretly during this period.
By the time that Jennifer was 24, Wong had grown weary of trying to pursue a relationship with her, as Jennifer was so daunted and restricted by her parents that she lived at home and only met him in secret. Wong broke off his relationship with Jennifer and began to date another young woman. After learning of the new relationships, Pan claimed to Wong that a man had entered her house, showing what appeared to be a police badge, after which several men had rushed in and gang-raped her. She claimed that after this, a bullet was mailed to her, and that both of these events were orchestrated by Wong's new girlfriend.
In Spring 2010, Pan was in contact with Andrew Montemayor, a high school friend who, she claims, had boasted in their high school years about robbing people at knife point, an assertion denied by Montemayor. Montemayor introduced her to Ricardo Duncan, a "goth kid" whom Pan claims she gave $1,500 to kill her father in the parking lot at his workplace. Duncan alleged that she once gave him $200 for a night out, but that he returned it, and that he rebuffed her when she asked him to kill her parents.
Pan and Wong were back in contact at this time and, according to the police, came up with a plan to hire a professional hitman for $10,000 to kill her parents, calculating that she would then inherit $500,000. They planned to move in together. Wong connected Pan with a man, Lenford Roy Crawford, Jamaican-born, whom he called Homeboy, and gave her a SIM card and an iPhone so that she could contact Crawford without using her usual cell phone. Crawford contacted another man, named Eric Shawn "Sniper" Carty, who in turn contacted Montreal-born David Mylvaganam. Crawford lived in Brampton and Mylvaganam lived in Toronto, while Carty, who previously lived in Rexdale, Toronto, at the time did not have a fixed residence. The Crown (prosecution) stated that Mylvaganam was one of the hitmen. Carty was later found responsible for an unrelated murder, and journalist Grimaldi stated that Carty was "a repeat violent offender".
The murder took place at the Pan house in Unionville neighbourhood in Markham, Ontario. On November 8, 2010, Pan unlocked the front door of the family home when she went to bed, then spoke by phone to Mylvaganam. Shortly afterwards, Mylvaganam and two other people entered the home through the unlocked front door, all carrying guns. In the court testimony, the Crown did not establish the identity of the other two hitmen; Wong and Crawford were at work. Carty stated that he was the driver for those who broke into the house, and that he selected them and was involved in plotting the attack. He did not state that he was one of the three or that he directly attacked others. Grimaldi stated that the identity of the triggerperson remains unknown.
After demanding all the money in the house and ransacking the main bedroom, the three men took Bich and Hann to the basement where they shot them multiple times. Bich was killed but Hann survived his wounds. The three men then took all the cash that was in the house including $2,000 from Pan and left. Pan claimed that they tied her up, but that she managed to free her hands and dial 9-1-1. Hann Pan was treated at Markham Stouffville Hospital, before being moved to a trauma unit at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto, by aircraft.