Well, according to God and the Bible, only God knows if Heath goes to Heaven or Hell and it's up to him if he does as he will be the Judge. Anyone who says that you are going to heaven or Hell will be judged accordingly. Hope those bapist freaks get thier rightful sentence on judgment day....it also does say in the bible not to make fun of God as well....oh well, life in the movies...
Phelps should be put down like a rabid dog. But, then it would only make him a martyr to his followers. Frequently at his little protest displays, he brings along the children from his "church" and puts them out front so if one wants to bash his head in, one has to go through the kids first.
Not only his he a sick f-ing b@stard, he's also a coward of the first degree.
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Just a note that early details of this story have turned out to be wrong (for example he was NOT at Mary-Kate Olsen's apt) so take early reports with a grain of salt.
I read something interesting about why online reports so often turn out to be inaccurate these days, the basic premise was that reporters (back in the days when most people got their news from newspapers) had time to verify and sift through the BS claims that often come in the first few moments of an event, and correct their early reporting often before it even saw print for the first time.
Nowadays we're watching the process of reporting unfold in real-time, so none of that fact-checking can be done, or if it is done (websites "update" their stories all the time) it's too late and the public has a different impression based on the early false data.
And that's before you let in the professional spinmeisters and report their remarks uncritically in the name of "balance" (what a joke THAT'S turned into!).
Bottom line: watching or reading the news requires more critical analysis skills than it used to. If you're watching breaking news, treat details and claims with great skepticism.