I called my cousin yesterday. \"How\'s your summer going? ” I asked. She was Frank. \"Summer is over, fool. I thought you counted in every day? I will be out of jail in a week. The children are already crying like job. I imagine my 10- The one-year-old nephew, dressed in linen, threw the ashes into the air. You know, even in grade, it\'s a cruel world. The summer of the school passed away like the general election in Egypt. Welcome to the age of 30. Minute news cycle Just when it seems like the most stopand- Think about the summer of 2013. The Florida verdict was guilty, and the camera was soon filmed in Ohio. Famous 15- Minutes from Ariel Castro. Maybe that\'s why it\'s been so fast this summer. It took a month for my ears to stop ringing. \"There is a lot of harmony in that house,\" Castro said . \" See the age-living arrangements for the three kidnapped women ( I said maybe the woman with the biggest asterisk) Locked on the floor of his underground vault. \"This is agreed by both sides,\" said the fat little father of the three children. Even forced abortion and rape. \"I am not a violent person,\" he added . \" Now, a month later, I finally understand why my brain is constantly screening these annoying affirmations like desperately searching for survivors. Because they are real. Webster\'s New World Dictionary refers to truth as \"a quality that meets experience, facts, or reality \". In Castro\'s case, not what he said, but how he said it. With enthusiasm, with sincerity, with sincerity. While his interpretation of the event has made the logical world chaotic, it all makes perfect sense to him. This is his truth. While the cable news Kingdom is often criticized for being just a little more than a trauma dealer -- Porn, CNN and their kind have created a world for us. I prefer this class. As one psychologist later said, Ariel Castro should make the world aware of the \"evil mediocrity \". \"Summer is also the time to catch up with all the Oscars -- The nomination movie missed last year. This month, I finally saw zero darkness 30, a grand attempt by Hollywood to try to have 9/11 of the last laugh. According to the formula, this is the war against terrorism in the eyes of another US super agent -- This time it\'s Janet Byrne in a purple crystal lipstick and sports bra. However, although I always doubt the \"real story\" of Gao Pai\" Def, there is not much doubt about being suspended in the prisoner torture scene. After all, the terms \"waterboarding\", \"simulated execution\", \"sensory deprivation\" and \"sexual humiliation\" are not through TMZ, but through the United StatesS. The Senate held hearings on current \"interrogation techniques. However, of all the information provided by this film, what I will not soon forget is that a good man will change moral 101 so quickly to an evil version that has been defended. Look at the characters ( Dramatic law enforcement)so matter-of- Torture another person realistically -- Before dining with crystal at the local Marriott Hotel- Not the most disturbing part. This kind of calm is accompanied by an understanding that behavior seems to be . . . . . . Reasonable -- In the 21 st century, celluloid was the real nanny. \"The coroner\'s investigation into the death of teenagers has resumed. \"Screening in Ashley Smith\'s ashes is another dirty news this summer. It was no surprise that it disappeared from our radar as quickly as my nephew was on holiday. A 19-year- Disabled women in Canada ( Yes, Ashley\'s asterisk is as big as Michelle Knight\'s) Choke yourself when a group of prison gateskeepers — Their boss ordered no intervention. Stand by and watch; An adult child, a government storm soldier in riot gear, was forcibly anesthesia as he crossed her, put a mask on her, and made a pipe -- Tie her to a seat like a modern plane. Hannah Lecter. No Canadian adult has seen the film at the age of 11. And vent yourself by pressing the remote control quickly. \"Did you see the monster on TV this afternoon? Now it\'s a serious psychological problem, \"Stamp told me on the day of Castro\'s infamous sound bite. I think this is the legacy of live television for the world: Billion armchair analysts. \"But they\'re not like virgins, Your Honour,\" he continued, imitating the strange lenient request of the Cleveland school bus driver. \"Can you imagine it? I\'m not a monster, Your Honour. The house was full of love. Do you want that guy to look after your baby? I broke the contract. The killer is like I reject other pointless static sounds in my life: by turning on the volume on my earbuds. But it does not cover up the fact that at some point the plains of Ohio The nightmare is to look at other people\'s children. Or in fact, the same Canadian peace officer locked a child with a mental illness on the wall and calmly watched her die, and went home with their own children that night to watch the bedtime story. This is more terrible than any monster. That’s human. Please don\'t ask me how I know. Or how long it took me to figure it out. I. M. GreNada, the pen name of a Canadian prisoner, has served life imprisonment for murder since 1994. The people he wrote were real, but their names had been changed. You can read more about him on the imprisoned inkwell. ca.