by Brian A. Wilkins & Heidi Peterson
Mass Murderer Ted Bundy
If you read some of the more “mainstream” accounts of this animal, you would think rapist/murderer/Republican Ted Bundy was some sort of Heismann Trophy winning American sports hero (a la Florida Gators’ quarterback Tim Tebow); or a young, up-and-coming politician ready to run for President without much experience (a la John F. Kennedy and Barack Obama).
The first sentence in an article on About.com regarding Bundy reads, “He was attractive, smart, and had a future in politics.” Time magazine, in its online “Top 25 Crimes of the Century,” says Ted Bundy “was handsome and cultured and charming.” And who can forget the Dade County (FL) judge, Edward D. Cowart, who sentenced Bundy to death for the January 15, 1978 rapes and murders of four Florida State University Chi Omega sorority members and another female FSU student. After reading Bundy’s death sentence, Judge Cowart, with 40 million American homes watching the broadcast, made his now infamous comments to Bundy:
“Take care of yourself, young man. I say that to you sincerely; take care of yourself, please. It is an utter tragedy for this court to see such a total waste of humanity as I’ve experienced in this courtroom. You’re a bright young man. You’d have made a good lawyer, and I would have loved to have you practice in front of me, but you went another way, partner. Take care of yourself. I don’t feel any animosity toward you. I want you to know that. Once again, take care of yourself.”
Bundy ultimately confessed to at least 30 murders (though many believe the number exceeds 100) of women in Utah, Idaho, Colorado, Florida, and yes, Washington State. The Seattle-King County area of Washington is notorious for producing mass murderers who particularly target American women, most notably Bundy and low-life scumbag Gary Ridgeway (aka “The Green River Killer”), who somehow was spared the death penalty after raping and murdering anywhere from 48-90 women in Seattle, Tacoma, and other areas of King County between 1982-1998.
Gary Ridgeway has an I.Q. of 82 and wetted his bed
until he was at least 13-years-old.
Bundy, however, is a prime example of how Euro-American media and the homogenously Euro-American male Republican Party, along with U.S. “law enforcement,” view harming women as noble, courageous, and admirable.
As you can surmise from the aforementioned Euro-American male media and the U.S. Justice System’s seemingly homosexual attraction to Bundy, this animal was well-liked and well connected. If he could have kept his murders and rapes hidden behind “color of law” as most American police and politicians do, he likely could have been a Senator or Presidential Candidate for the Republican Party.
Bundy began his political career at the age of 22, when he was in charge of Republican Presidential candidate Nelson Rockefeller’s Seattle campaign office in 1968, and attended the Republican Convention in Miami that year as a Rockefeller supporter. Bundy then began working for three-term Washington governor Daniel J. Evans, a Republican who also served in the United States Senate for the the State of Washington between 1983 and 1989. Evans and Bundy were so close that Evans wrote a letter of recommendation to the University of Utah’s law school on Bundy’s behalf. Bundy, already a well-established Republican in Washington State, peaked when, in 1973, he became assistant to the state’s party chairman, Ross Davis. Davis once remarked about Bundy, “he was everything you looked for in an assistant…he had a good analytical mind, and he worked well with people.”
The most disturbing part of Bundy’s “career,” however, was when then-Governor Evans appointed him assistant director of the Seattle Crime Prevention Advisory Committee. Though details of Bundy’s short tenure at this position are scant, the nature of the position is in its name. Bundy, who wrote a rape prevention pamphlet during this time, worked with and advised Seattle Police on policy and other administrative issues. According to Ann Rule – who wrote the book “A Stranger Beside Me” about Bundy – he was an advocate of Seattle’s hitchhiking laws, which made “thumbing a ride” legal. Though Bundy never took advantage of this law in Seattle (that we know of), he did pick up a female hitchhiker in Idaho on September 2, 1974, whom of course, he raped, sodomized, and strangled to death (the victim’s remains were never found). Bundy ultimately quit his assistant director position because he was not promoted to head the committee.
Seattle and King County Police, to this day, are right up there with Oakland (CA) PD, NYPD, Philadelphia PD, Inglewood (CA) PD, and LAPD, in vying for a top 5 spot for terror organizations in the United States. What makes Seattle and King County “unique” is that all the aforementioned mostly target “black” American males for murders, assaults, and kidnapping under color of law. Seattle and King County, however, rape and murder American women more than any police department we have researched. Operation Nation became the hub for bloggers in the Creston, Iowa Police Rape Trial; we tried bringing more attention to the Hope Steffey, Angela Garbarino, and Heidi Gill assaults/rapes by police, and of course, right in King County, the assault of 15-year-old Malika Calhoun by King County police thug Paul Schene. Though the state of Ohio seems to have its fair share of rapist, misogynistic cops, the city of Seattle alone makes that whole state look tame.
Though there are more and more men throughout the USA who would rather have sex with other men (and/or children), and men’s innate role as protector for their children and wife seems to be dissipating into oblivion in this current society, Seattle and King County have undoubtedly taken the lead in this disgusting, disturbing phenomenon. Police in Seattle, who once-upon-a-time were advised by mass rapist/murderer Ted Bundy, do not punish this animal-like behavior at a government level and seemingly, the society at large in that area accepts it as normal.
Republicans (and some Democrats also) have always been cop-apologists and would never remotely chastise one of their “heroes” for murdering and/or raping yet another American citizen. But the facts remain that King County-Seattle area government officials not only beloved mass murderer Ted Bundy as a Republican politician, but also as a police policy maker. It is also no coincidence that proverbial “serial killers” are as present in K
ing County as year-round April showers.
“Black” Americans and all American women have always had to “fight” for inalienable rights in this country; and the fact the the aforementioned are the primary targets for contemporary and otherwise government-sanctioned murders, rapes, and manipulations, should not surprise anyone. The “mainstream” media in this country make the Ted Bundy’s, the Confederate sympathizers, and thug police out to be heroes, because, coincidentally, they primarily target said aforementioned people. However, after 9/11, European American men (“whitey” is the term Euro-American media and their “bloggers” use for themselves) have increasingly become just as “disposible” to the hegemony as women and “blacks” are. See Below.
There’s no telling how many women in King County have already been murdered and how many will be murdered by police in the coming years. Ted Bundy would be proud of his Republican and police pupils of the Northwest. The sad truth is, the U.S. government and media are also proud.
The first “white” man (that I know of) to be killed by police in 2009 was Brett Elder:
by Brian A. Wilkins & Heidi Peterson