Wednesday, May 20, 2009



Chris Coleman Did It!

Why is it when a man meets another woman and falls in love he either a) leaves his wife struggling, b) stop seeing or taking care of the kids, c) murder his entire family?

Every time I hear on the news that an entire family has been killed, and the survivor is the man, I find it usually was him that did it. Take for instance this recent story about two beautiful boys, their 31-year-old mother found dead in their beautiful home. The father looking distraught was a former Military police and was working for Joyce Meyers as a highly paid security personnel. Immediately, I knew he did it. Police, murder, another woman- which was a good friend of hers- all spells guilty. Not that policemen are murderers but when you add in the violence they see, some of them change to become violent.

Joyce Meyers immediately met with Chris after it was reported he was having an affair. He resigned. He couldn’t certainly work for the church now could he?

I just don’t get it. Why kill your family? Why kill your kids? Why can’t the person just leave?

4 comments:

GC (God's Child) said...

there's a theory I hear on detective shows about "family annihilators". I think there's something to it. I won't go into it here--especially since I don't fully grasp it. But just know these people are unwell. Expecting them to choose the logical option of leaving their family works great for sane people--but not crazy people.

Renita said...

Ooo, I thought the same thing...he did it..why did he call the police from the gym? Why was he so "worried" about his family?? I thought I missed something in the news. I really wanted him to be innocent...I can't even imagine the horror of the family as they looked at their father as he killed them..their mother...ooo...makes me so sad...

TJ said...

That is such a mess.

Momma Bear said...

I wonder if he is maybe (not depressed), but sort of depressed (can't think of the words I'm trying to say, but a lot of people who have the condition are committing crimes of this kind these days. (Having a senior moment), or it could be guilt or who knows, there are a lot of less then sane conditions out there.