In ten days the Star Wars game comes out on the Wii, and I’ve been planning on getting one just for that game. Thing is, the Wii is £179, which isn’t cheap. I’d quite like one for free.
Wouldn’t we all?
Of course getting a Nintendo Wii for free isn’t really going to happen, unless I murder two ten year old girls. Yes, that would do it.
No, I haven’t got mad… but I am pretty mad, there is a difference. You see, the Soham murderer Ian Huntley, who tortured and killed the two ten year old girls Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, has a Nintendo Wii, and he had one for free.
Worse yet, the taxpayer, me, paid for it!
It seems that the murdering scumbag was given a Wii by the government to stop him going through with his threats to commit suicide. Call me heartless, but so what if does? Does the world really need to keep a child killer alive and entertained in the lap of luxury?
A spokesman for the prison service stated:
Huntley has been asking for a Wii for months.
When he moved to Frankland in February he was given a Nintendo Game Cube – but after only a few weeks he began complaing it was out of date.
Management are desperate to stop him going though with threats he’s made to kill himself and by giving him a Wii they believe they can take his mind away from harming himself in any way.
Many of them don’t want to get involved with him because of his crimes.
But they know it’s more than their jobs are worth if they don’t comply.
I can’t imagine why nobody wants to get to know him, he seems like such a nice chap!
He has almost everything done for him and is waited on hand and foot by the officers assigned to his care.
He lives in luxury – yet the parents of Holly and Jessica are living a nightmare.
How sick is this world? Kill two young girls and get a free Wii.