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Novo filme com James Franco retrata o assassino Christian Longo (Testemunha de Jeová)

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Novo filme com James Franco retrata o assassino Christian Longo (Testemunha de Jeová)

Mensagem por TJ Curioso em Qua Mar 04 2015, 08:01

Embora na descrição do filme não seja referido que ele era TJ, ainda assim o artigo acompanhante que coloco contextualiza toda a história sobre este crime.

Vejam aqui:
http://www.kptv.com/story/28252685/james-franco-movie-about-murderer-christian-longo-opens-old-wounds?autostart=true

Link com a história:
http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-1230-the_making_of_a_murderer.html


Realço esta parte:

When the boys were still quite small, the Bakers said they were told, Christian's mother, Joy, obtained a divorce from Christian's natural father. Soon thereafter, she became involved in the Jehovah's Witnesses church, where she met Joseph Longo, the man who became her second husband and apparently adopted both boys. As a result, Christian and his younger brother were both raised within the strictures of the Jehovah's Witnesses faith, a circumstance that would eventually have significance for both the Longos and the Bakers.

The Jehovah's Witnesses believe in earthly resurrection: that at some point in the future, all the dead of the earth will be raised to join the living, and all will be as it was in the time of Adam and Eve.

"The children and Maryjane are basically asleep, and they're not dreaming," said Joseph Flowers, a member of the church, at the Longos' funeral services in Ann Arbor last January. "They're not suffering. They're not in Purgatory.... They're just asleep, waiting for the resurrection."

As a millenarian sect, Jehovah's Witnesses believe that the earth is in its "last days" and that the world is now under the grip of Satan, but awaiting redemption by the resurrected Jesus; as biblical literalists, they accept Satan as real, not a myth, and believe in the possibility of demonic possession.

The pertinent question here, from a defense point of view, is not whether these assertions are true or false, but whether a man like Longo might actually believe them--or indeed, even act on them. In other words, if Longo were to say that he intended only to spare his wife and children from suffering the tribulations of Satan's Rule, or even that the Devil made him do it, who would be able to authoritatively say he was wrong? Depending on the Longo defense attorneys' final strategy, it is thus possible that the stage might be set, in Longo's forthcoming trial, for a discordant clash between the rule of law and the rule of religion.

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