Tuesday, July 05, 2005

Karla "Look at Me, Look at Me" Teale

"I don't want to be hunted". This was the cry heard from psychopath Karla Teale, who professed to want no publicity and to be left alone. So where was the first place she went after being released?? Not her new apartment (furnished kindly by Jane & Joe Cdn); not to the Tim Horton's for an iced cappuccino, but right to the media.

If she wasn't so fake, she could almost come off as being believable. This is how she suckered the Crown into giving her the lame deal she got.

For those of you who haven't seen these letters, they were written to author Stephen Williams (who wrote a book about her) in 2001/2002. They are very telling of her personality and mindset, and, if nothing else, portray the slack conditions in prison.

It sounds like she had a great time in prison, and was very "influential" (gag gag gag). It offered her all the conveniences of home, sans the taxes or money required to enjoy "freedom" on the outside.

Let's all hope, that in this instance, there is karma, and what goes around will come around to her.

Karla... there is a place for people like you especially reserved in hell. Don't forget to bring your suntan lotion!

6 Comments:

At Tue Jul 05, 10:30:00 PM MDT, Blogger Zubari Zubari said...

Complete letters here:

http://zubari.blogspot.com/2005/06/homolka-letters-to-stephen-williams.html

 
At Tue Jul 05, 10:31:00 PM MDT, Blogger Zubari Zubari said...

I saw some women on CBC saying, "well, she never did anything," "what's the big deal?"

A media consultant looking at that interview video said, "she has dead eyes."

 
At Wed Jul 06, 08:07:00 AM MDT, Blogger Aizlynne said...

People forget that Bernardo only raped women. It wasn't until he hooked up with her that young girls started dying.

I actually believe Bernardo, at least about Kristen (not sure about Mahaffy). I know the book that I read (it may have been Stephen Williams) showed that, at least for Kristen, Teale had hours available to her to set Kristen free, but she never did.

Wouldn't that have been the perfect time then? That's where Teale's credibility really lacks, in my opinion. The problem as I see it is that, if she had indeed escaped with Kristen, Kristen would have probably acknowledged that Teale played a much larger role in the whole affair and may have actually confessed to killing Leslie.

I hope the rest of her life is one big torment after another. Death may be too kind of a punishment for Homolka.

 
At Wed Jul 06, 10:59:00 AM MDT, Blogger Zubari Zubari said...

I've always beieved (99%) that SHE killed them both.

She has no conscience; she killed her own sister; she's calculating, ruthless, and shameless.

I believe she killed them after Paul didn't have the nerve (or he did it after being nagged by her).

Nothing about Bernardo strikes me as anything out of the ordinary. He's just a thug, a low-life. He had humble ambitions -- get some girls, have some fun. But she gets off on the manipulation and the games.

If he killed them I think it would have been reluctantly. His mentality would've been like, "But why can't I keep them as pets?"

But Homolka (Teale) would've seen it as part of her campaign to impress her personality on the universe.

 
At Wed Jul 06, 12:18:00 PM MDT, Blogger Zubari Zubari said...

In case anyone is too young to remember what this sick bitch did, and how she was treated by the Ontario Attorney-General:


KARLA - What she did: http://zubari.blogspot.com/2005/07/karla-what-she-did.html

Karla did it: http://zubari.blogspot.com/2005/07/karla-did-it.html

Homolka Letters to Stephen Williams: http://zubari.blogspot.com/2005/06/homolka-letters-to-stephen-williams.html

Transcript of Karla Homolka interview: http://zubari.blogspot.com/2005/07/transcript-of-karla-homolka-interview.html

 
At Wed Jul 06, 01:25:00 PM MDT, Blogger Aizlynne said...

Brian:

You've done alot of research sourcing out this info. I encourage everyone to view your blog to read the posts. Very chilling indeed.

 

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