So today, was the International Festival at my school, and my group did pretty well it was freakin' fun though. But the thing that was annoying was people screaming rudeness about getting off the stage, and boo you suck, and most of this was said by Hispanic and Indian males. It's really annoying considering lately, I've seen a LOT of stuck-up idiotic Indian males, and it's really really annoying hearing their pubescent voices. But I won't get so much into that.
So after I came home, my friend IMs me this Wikipedia article and Facebook page of a girl who was murdered 20 years ago in 1989 in Japan by the name of Junko Furata. I don't know how many people know about this story, but her murder was never justified, and has been one of the most tragic and agony-filled stories that I have ever read. This murder almost makes Hitler's despicable acts during the Holocaust seem almost human. He at least killed the Jews, Gypsies etc. immediately, but this was not so for the fate of Junko Furata. She was kidnapped while going to work by four teenagers when she was 16 years old, forced to call her parents and forced to say she ran away from home and was safe. The four teenagers were +/- 1 year of age of that of Furata's. They did despicable things such as rape her 400 times in the 44 days of torment, agony and terror she suffered. One of the most disturbing things I read on a list of things they did to her, was that the teens stuck skewers of grilled chicken in her vagina and anus, and caused bleeding. I have no idea where they got this from, but I would never expect someone to think of doing something so evil. What pissed me off the most, was that her killers only got 8 years in prison because they were still juveniles even though they were tried as adults. Knowing that they will go to hell is not enough for me, I would personally destroy them myself. But they shall get what they deserve.
For more information about Junko Furata visit:
My heart goes out to the family of Junko Furata.
May your spirit wander until you rest in peace