Saturday, March 08, 2008

Killer Lesbians (by Paul Jamieson)

Report: Sadistic Killer Lesbians Shared Blood Lust
Friday, March 07, 2008

They drugged, bludgeoned and strangled their 16-year-old victim to death then they knelt over her lifeless, bloody body to kiss before dumping her in a wheelbarrow.

The horrific murder of Stacey Mitchell has attracted national headlines in Australia but questions remain as to why her roommates of only four days, Valerie Page Parashumti and Jessica Ellen Stasinowsky, violently attacked and killed the former Leeming High schoolgirl.

Supreme Court justice Peter Blaxell sentenced Parashumti, 19, and Stasinowsky, 21, to 24 years in jail each.

Blaxell said the "particularly horrifying and shocking" crime was devoid of a substantial motive.

"You have each had more than a year in custody to reflect upon the evilness of your crime yet you still lack remorse and obviously place no value on the sanctity of human life," he said. "There is also the added problem that you each enjoy being sexually aroused by the infliction of violence."

Stasinowsky and Parashumti, who had been together just a month, have offered no explanation or motive for the killing other than that Stacey "annoyed'' them.

One theory put to the court was that the couple appeared obsessed with proving their love for each other.

Both pleaded guilty last November to one count each of willful murder but they still do not seem to understand the gravity of their crime.

Court hearings have been punctuated with laughter, smirking and smiling.

Even during sentencing submissions in January, the couple was told twice by Blaxell to stop their light-hearted behavior as the graphic details of the crime were read.

Stacey was killed in the early hours of Dec. 18, 2006, at the Lathlain house she shared with Parashumti and Stasinowsky after running away from home 11 days earlier.

She moved in during the evening on Dec. 14, but told her parents the day before she was killed that she wanted to return home.

Police found her body four days later, upside down, in a wheelbarrow in a shed at the back of the house.

Prosecutor Dave Dempster described the killing as a sustained attack that lasted at least half an hour. He has demanded strict-security imprisonment — a non-parole period of at least 20 to 30 years.

"It appears that the deceased was killed simply because she was found to be annoying to the offenders,'' Dempster said.

A fourth housemate, David Ross John Haynes, 27, has been jailed for two years for being an accessory after the fact to the murder, which took place at his father's house.

The court heard the attack started in the kitchen after the trio had been drinking alcohol and Stacey had been slipped a sleeping pill.

Dempster said Parashumti started raining blows on Stacey while Bach's "St John's Passion" was playing throughout the house.

During the attack Parashumti complained Stacey was taking too long to die so she continued to beat her while Stasinowsky wrapped a belt chain around her neck.

The women monitored her pulse after she fell unconscious and then kissed each other over the body once she died.

Then they videotaped the blood-drenched crime scene on a mobile phone, on which they are heard mocking Stacey's English accent.

"It ends with Parashumti saying, 'I tell you man, when I was beating the f--- out of her with a rock,' and then there's laughter from Stasinowsky,'' Dempster told the court.

Neither of the two killers had serious criminal records and both were young women — Parashumti was 18 and Stasinowsky was 19 at the time of the murder.

Parashumti's lawyer, David Edwardson, said his client had never had a serious relationship before meeting Stasinowsky.

Edwardson said Parashumti had a violent family life and had also been associated with the vampire subculture since the age of 10 when she started experimenting with drinking blood. At first from her own cuts then later that of others.

He said initially Parashumti liked Stacey but the friendship quickly became strained when Stacey talked about committing suicide.

"Anyone who kills themselves obviously they don't appreciate their own lives [sic]," the court heard Parashumti told her lawyer. "I wish I had a f---ing perfect world.''

Stasinowsky too had a troubled adolescence before leaving home at 16.

As an only child of a single working mother, the court heard she felt extreme loneliness and was "emotionally barren."

Stasinowsky's lawyer Andree Horrigan said her client believed the relationship with Parashumti was "strong and solid."

"There was always this basis that she and Ms Parashumti were a unit and were conjoined essentially,'' she said. "They were a partnership.''

By all accounts, Stacey was a typical teen — outgoing, fun-loving and full of youthful spirit.
Her MySpace Web site was decorated with bright pink wallpaper of Playboy bunnies.

"My name is stacey, Im english, I love me alochol, i'm a party gurl, music is me life, i cant live with out my friends, im a very loud person, i talk 24/7, im a very down to earth person if you get to know me,[sic]'' the Web site said.

Stasinowsky and Parashumti's lawyers have both asked the judge to consider their young ages and early guilty pleas in sentencing.


Paul Jamieson said...

Thanks for posting this John.

When are people going to wake up to the sadistic lifestyles that some people live.

When will someone come forward and change the message so many young homosexuals hear today?

That straight people hate you.

That you cannot get married so you must be unequal.

That violence against straight people is ok if you think they are not sensitive to your cause or if they annoy you.

That people whoo sign petitions are Nazi's etc

Let's change the message

John Hosty-Grinnell said...

Paul, you're welcome. If you have more you'd like me to post feel free to email me and I'll post a new article for discussion. This is a horrible crime and well worth our attention.

Let me respond to some of what you've said here.

"When are people going to wake up to the sadistic lifestyles that some people live."

There are many lifestyles out there that concern me, and sadism is one of them specifically because it involves hurting others. The only violence I can approve of is self-defense, and even that has to be only enough force to stop the aggressor.

"When will someone come forward and change the message so many young homosexuals hear today?"

That message will have to come from all sides in this issue, mine and yours included. From both sides people need to hear that all of us are not stereotypes, we are all individuals worth getting to know and appreciate for our specific contributions to society.

On the issue of equality in marriage we can agree to disagree respectfully. There is no sense in throwing away the chance to have meaningful dialog by reducing the conversation to name calling or shoutng over one another. When we talk instead of argue we both walk away with a better undertanding of where the other person is coming from, and that makes us a better person over all.

I recognize that I've made lots of mistakes in the past by allowing my passion and indignation to show itself in ugly bursts of hostility, but where has that gotten me? I only gave people who were looking for it an opportunity to dismiss my true message of peace by doing so.

What the issue boils down to on both sides is one of respect. We need to show each other as human beings a level of respect that allows us to live in peace. When issues like this heinous crime come up all groups should denounce it. We should also be very careful not to imlpy that the groups these criminals belong to are somehow part of the problem unless there is proof of that being true. To me this case is one of two young girls hopped up on drugs and alcohol trying to impress each other, and not something out of the lebian agenda booklet so to speak.

The local case of Jeffery Curly comes to mind as an example of a crime that is linked to a group. NAMBLA is a dangerous organization that teaches pediphiles how to prey on young boys, and in this case showed the perpetraitors how to win the young victim's trust. That trust ended in murder, but even if it hadn't I don't approve of sexual relations with children. The damage that can be done to the developing psyche is irreversible, and it is a gross display of selfishness to disregard this. If this were love and not lust perhaps the people involved would see this and avoid acting on these urges.

Most GLBT people, just like most straight people are your average law biding citizens who just want to live and let live. You do your part Paul, and I'll try to do mine. You're right, we do need to change the message out there, so what do you think it should be?

Paul Jamieson said...

GOT WHUPPED:Dwayne Buckle leaves court yesterday after testifying against four of the seven lesbians he says pummeled and stabbed him.
April 12, 2007 -- One of them was "slightly pretty," so the freelance film director decided to say hi.

Next thing he knew, he was encircled, beaten and knifed in the gut right there on a Greenwich Village sidewalk - by seven bloodthirsty young lesbians.

"The girls started coming out of nowhere," Dwayne Buckle told a Manhattan jury yesterday, describing the bizarre beat-down he suffered last summer, allegedly at the hands of a seething sapphic septet from Newark, N.J.

"I felt like I was going to die."

Buckle, 29, of Queens, took the stand in Manhattan Supreme Court yesterday to admit he was defenseless and terrified after his simple "hello" spurred a predawn melee on Sixth Avenue at West 4th Street.

Three of the original seven women are currently serving six-month jail sentences for attempted assault. But four others are on trial on first-degree gang-assault charges that could get them anywhere from three to 25 years in prison.

The accused ringleader - Patreese Johnson, 20, whom Buckle called the "slightly pretty one" - is additionally charged with attempted murder for allegedly pulling a knife from her purse and slashing Buckle repeatedly, lacerating his liver and stomach.

The women, in turn, claim they were defending themselves against a violent, anti-gay bigot, and counter that Buckle provoked them as he sat outside the IFC Center movie theater trying to talk pedestrians into buying his latest movie.

When they rebuffed his advances - telling him he wasn't their type - he began calling them "f- - -ing dykes," they say. He then spat on them, threw a cigarette at them, and even grabbed one of them by the throat - which, like much of the melee, was caught on an IFC video security camera.

"I'll f- - - you straight, sweetheart," he told defendant Venice Brown, 19, before choking her, her lawyer, Michael Mays, told jurors.

Buckle told a different story on the stand, assigning many of his alleged attackers monikers.

There was Brown, the one he admittedly called an "elephant." Then there was the one with the "low haircut," do-rag and wife-beater T-shirt, whom he admittedly called "a man," and the "slightly pretty" one to whom he first said hello.

It all started, he said, when the first two walked by. "They looked effeminate [sic] and one of them was slightly pretty, so I said 'hi' to them," he said.

But the "heavier girl, she started to dog me out," Buckle said.

"What does that, perchance, mean," asked the judge, Justice Edward McLaughlin. "Just disrespect me," Buckle explained. Then "more girls started coming out of nowhere."

Buckle admitted he retaliated, telling the one with the "low haircut" that "she looks like a man." He felt spit on the back of his neck, and spat back.

That's when the women's fists began flying. "I had my hands in the air in defense of their blows," he said. Then "I felt like a nick in my abdomen. I didn't know what happened.

"Everybody just jumped me," he added, including three male passers-by recruited on the spot by the women. "It felt like it was 10, 20 people." By the end, "I was messed up," he said.

John Hosty-Grinnell said...

I have to say that I'm disappointed that you are speaking AT me instead of WITH me. I suppose I should be thankful you are at least here, something may come.

Most people I know don't simply go on the rampage for no reason, and that rule of thumb seems likely here too:

"When they rebuffed his advances - telling him he wasn't their type - he began calling them "f- - -ing dykes," they say. He then spat on them, threw a cigarette at them, and even grabbed one of them by the throat - which, like much of the melee, was caught on an IFC video security camera."

Cameras don't lie.

Paul Jamieson said...

My point is that there are extreme people who do not represent the larger society as a whole

For Ellen and you and others to be implicitly blaming us for this tradgedy is wrong

The killer lesbians are an aberration; as is Brandon.

I could match you story for story about straight people's depravity as I could homosexuals's depravity

What does it prove?

That there are some sick people out there

Not that because I want to protect the definition and tradition that is marriage, I am somehow responsible for this kind of behavior

John Hosty-Grinnell said...

"My point is that there are extreme people who do not represent the larger society as a whole"

I agree with this.

"For Ellen and you and others to be implicitly blaming us for this tradgedy is wrong"

I don't see where Ellen or I said such a thing.

Hateful words bring about hateful actions, but standing up for what you believe in doesn't require hate. I'm perfectly fine with you being able to say that you think marriage should be between a man and a woman. It is when words are used to demean and belittle that I begin to have an issue.

Again, it all boils down to respect. To get respect you have to give it, so I'm trying to walk the talk I give. Respect and the ability to see people as individuals will take us a long way down the road to peace.

Paul Jamieson said...

Do you think its respectful for a boy to come to school with makeup and High heels?

Do you think it may be a distraction for other students?

I am not blaming the victim, just wondering why someone would want to disrupt what is supposed to be a quiet classroom setting.

John Hosty-Grinnell said...

What is disrespectful about him coming into school dressed in what he identifies with? Try putting aside your assumption that everyone is going to have the same revulsion to the thought as you and try explaining where the harm is.

Perhaps if we allowed people to be different with dignity and maintained our beliefs through logic we would not have such violence in the world today. You can disapprove of gay marriage without reducing those whom you disagree with. I don't agree with Muslims, but I'll give any Muslim I meet the outmost respect, and I am ever mindful that I can still learn valuable lessons from them. It all boils down to respect.

You can claim little Larry King was disrupting the classroom if you like, however it was his murder that draws attention to the real problem. Kids are getting the message that violence is OK. We should work together on all fronts to eliminate that as a message.

John said...

"Do you think it may be a distraction for other students?"


Paul Jamieson said...

These are kids. Of course there is going to be distraction. It is completely abnormal for a child to do what that kid did.

You guys are so incredibly fixated on your agenda that you can't see what is right in front of you.