In my last post, I addressed the “accidental” deaths of many young men due to apparent drowning after drinking at bars. Since then, there have been 2 more incidents, the latest in downtown Milwaukee where a young man said goodnight to his girlfriend, supposedly heading home, and vanished, turning up during an early thaw, in the water a mere stone’s throw from where he was last seen.
Another unfortunate “accident”?
One would like to think that law enforcement isn’t that stupid, but given the recent Boston Marathon tragedy, in which the feds apparently thought the Russians were overreacting when they reported the Tsarnaev brothers for possible terrorism, maybe ‘them boys jest ain’t that bright!’
How many more of these incidents is it going to take before SOMEbody in law enforcement starts paying attention?
One of my readers has a theory that the FBI already believes there’s a serial murderer out there and is quietly watching to see what will happen next, but it certainly doesn’t look like that’s the case. One of my dear friends has a son who just turned drinking age and went out to a bar with his buddies to celebrate the big event. All I could think of was how thankful I was the campus he attends isn’t near any rivers, lakes, etc.
When I think of all the parents who have gone through the same nightmare of waiting to hear what had happened to their sons, it robs me of sleep. Maybe they are the ones who will have to join together and do something, because whatever is supposed to be happening to stop these “accidents” isn’t .