Invisible Darkness: The Horrifying Case of Paul Bernado and Karla Homolka Stephen Williams

ISBN: 9780989285476

Published: August 13th 2013

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366 pages


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Invisible Darkness: The Horrifying Case of Paul Bernado and Karla Homolka  by  Stephen Williams

Invisible Darkness: The Horrifying Case of Paul Bernado and Karla Homolka by Stephen Williams
August 13th 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 366 pages | ISBN: 9780989285476 | 10.76 Mb

They were two beautiful, wholesome-looking young kids, Paul working for a major accounting firm and Karla assisting at an animal health center. They were deeply in love. They were getting married in an exotic setting. They had so much in common. AndMoreThey were two beautiful, wholesome-looking young kids, Paul working for a major accounting firm and Karla assisting at an animal health center. They were deeply in love. They were getting married in an exotic setting.

They had so much in common. And indeed they did. They both liked nothing better than to kidnap their victims, assault them and then murder them. Who knew that even on their wedding day they had just killed another young girl and disposed of her body? Certainly not the police, who had been hiding the fact that a whole series of rapes had been taking place in the neighborhood in order not to alarm the local community. When they eventually came clean about what had been happening, they published an artist s impression of the Scarborough Rapist that looked exactly like Paul - they were even told repeatedly that it looked exactly like Paul - but it would take them years, and several subsequent deaths, before they took these allegations seriously.

In contrast, the authorities were very quick to prosecute the author of this book, and of its sequel, Karla, charging Stephen Williams with 114 trumped-up offenses for having the temerity to point out how grossly incompetent they had been, in a nine year persecution that led to his receiving a US Human Rights award normally only bestowed on writers working under dictatorships. And yet all this happened in Canada.



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