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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » RCOB Moment

As in a rage-induced “Red Curtain Of Blood” descending across my field of vision as I type this post through clenched teeth (link thanks to LC Jonathan).

Imagine fighting overseas for our great nation, proudly doing your duty so that we may all be free and victorious and counting the days ’till you can be with your family again.

Then imagine that you’re suddenly allowed to go home ahead of time — to bury your wife and two children who’d been brutally murdered by a psychopathic goblin who, trying to cover up the evidence, set the house on fire afterwards.

That’s what SGT Leonid Milkin is going through right now.

We offer our prayers for SGT Milkin and his family, asking G-d to give them the strength to see it through.

And this:

A memorial fund is being set up at U.S. Bank in the name of Kirkland Fire Victims.

A fund in Milkin’s name also has been set up to help him and his family, National Guard officials said. Donations can be made to: The Sgt. Milkin Fire Fund, American Lake Credit Union, Camp Murray, WA: Account number 13743; Or by phone at 800-228-2377 or 800-244-0874. Electronic funds transfer inquiries can be directed by email to Cindy Arnold, cindy@americanlake.org, or by visiting any branch.

As to the goblin who did it?

There is no punishment on this Earth that fits your crime.

But there is where you’ll be going.

39 Responses to “RCOB Moment”
  1. bigdicksplace Comment by bigdicksplace

    Incredible, the shit some “people” do. Just incredible.

  2. warthog_62 Comment by warthog_62 UNITED STATES

    This post will be linked on my blog, which has moved by the way and is now here http://warthogswrants.blogspot.com/

  3. Deathknyte Comment by Deathknyte UNITED STATES

    I hope the SOB dies horribly in prison.

  4. Zucca Fett Comment by Zucca Fett UNITED STATES

    Don’t give him lethal injection. Don’t electrocute him. Don’t even hang him. Chain him to heavy lead weights and drop him in the ocean. He’ll still be alive in time to feel the crushing weight of the ocean squeeze his filthy mind out through cracks in his skull. And in his last seconds, he’ll see the ones he took ascending to heaven, while he’s buried forever in a cold, dark, crushing Hell.

  5. MuscleDaddy Comment by MuscleDaddy

    Give the goblin to the Husband.

    ——-

    I wonder if Kos will throw out a quick “screw him.”

    - MuscleDaddy

  6. LC-IB-NeilV Comment by LC-IB-NeilV UNITED STATES

    Sad case ,where that rope ?I have a tree,But i think giving the swine to the husbands the best bet.

  7. E L Frederick Comment by E L Frederick

    I agree with MuscleDaddy, give the goblin to the husband. I’d love to go “midevil” on the goblin turd that did that.

  8. jaybear Comment by jaybear

    This happened in Kirkland Wa., about 5 miles from where I live. It’s been all over the news. Last I heard, there was one arrest of a “person of interest”, he lived across the street from this family. A good friend of mine and fellow baseball coach is a Kirkland cop, and a reservist with a combat tour in Afghanistan under his belt…I would be very interested in seeing what his reaction to this has been.

    Unfortunately, this happened in King County Washington….home of pre-determined elections and soft on crime politicians. If there was anything like true justice here, the trial would be moved to the jurisdiction of ANY county east of the Cascade Mountains (it’s the red part of this state).

    This bastard will be given a cot and three hots for the rest of his life, bought and paid for by me and the rest of the citizens of King County……..my tax dollars at work. Personally, I’d rather pay for the rope

    God Bless and comfort Sgt. Milkin and the rest of his family. Please support him through this.

  9. Unregistered Pingback by Euphoric Reality UNITED STATES

    […] I found this at Misha’s, and he says he’s in a rage.  I’d have to agree.  Reading this article makes me so incredibly angry that I could administer capital punishment to this piece of trash myself. Imagine fighting overseas for our great nation, proudly doing your duty so that we may all be free and victorious and counting the days ’till you can be with your family again. […]

  10. LC Draco Comment by LC Draco UNITED STATES

    I agree…give the bastard to the husband.

    He was not sent to Iraq as part of a unit but was called up to active duty and sent to the war zone because his is one of the Army’s rare, much-needed job specialities.

    That makes it even worse. A truly specialized soldier is, in the end, screwed for being above the norm.

    Blowtorch the goblin!!

  11. jaybear Comment by jaybear UNITED STATES

    Just got home, here’s an update:

    The “person of interest” the Kirkland Police arrested is now being held as the prime suspect under 4 million dollars bail.

    Sgt. Milken has arrived at Camp Murray (near Fort Lewis in Tacoma) and is in the company of a chaplain, family, and Natl. Guard grief counselors……

    God Bless him……..

  12. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil UNITED STATES

    If there was ever a case for a short stake impalement, this is it.

    Anyone who doesn’t understand the reference just ask.

  13. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil UNITED STATES

    And for Sgt. Milkin’s sake, I truly hope at least two friendly sojers are assigned to maintain his alibi. May the Lord Eternal provide comfort and peace.

  14. kwongdzu Comment by kwongdzu UNITED STATES

    Holy crap! I heard there had been some sort of fire in Kirkland, but I hadn’t heard this. What could possess someone to do something like this?

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  16. Unregistered Comment by LC The Humble Devildog, Imperial Scholar UNITED STATES

    If Sgt. Milkin could spare some time from his grief to take a trip to TX, I’m sure I could lend him the use of my truck for an hour or five.

    I’m not even that sure I’d have to hide it from my boss. Heck, my boss might even help.

  17. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil UNITED STATES

    If yer boss don’t, I will.

  18. LC Guido Cabrone Comment by LC Guido Cabrone UNITED STATES

    If there was ever a case for a short stake impalement, this is it.

    Sing it, Brother, Sing it!

  19. Unregistered Comment by tradewind UNITED STATES

    The moonbats who bemoan how the US is ‘ sending our young men to die in the ME’
    need to concentrate their ‘ peacemaking ‘ efforts closer to home.

    God bless this poor soldier and give him strength (and ideally, five minutes alone with the bastard who did it).

  20. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952 UNITED STATES

    God bless this poor soldier and give him strength (and ideally, five minutes alone with the bastard who did it).

    Simply amazing what one could accomplish with a blowtorch, a pair of pliers and five minutes, isn’t it?

  21. Kat Comment by Kat

    Lord Emperor. If I may suggest?

    Psalm 94. Which ends:

    16 Who will rise up for me against the evildoers?
    Who will stand up for me against the workers of iniquity?
    17 Unless the LORD had been my help,
    My soul would soon have settled in silence.
    18 If I say, “My foot slips,”
    Your mercy, O LORD, will hold me up.
    19 In the multitude of my anxieties within me,
    Your comforts delight my soul.

    20 Shall the throne of iniquity, which devises evil by law,
    Have fellowship with You?
    21 They gather together against the life of the righteous,
    And condemn innocent blood.
    22 But the LORD has been my defense,
    And my God the rock of my refuge.
    23 He has brought on them their own iniquity,
    And shall cut them off in their own wickedness;
    The LORD our God shall cut them off.

    Rise up, o L-rd! Rise up, and take Your vengeance.

    And, believe me, fellow denizens - should the L-rd so choose, the retribution He exacts will be far more terrible than anything we could imagine.

    “Vengeance is Mine,” sayeth the Lord. “I will repay!”

    – LC & IB Kat, GLOR
    http://www.CatHouseChat.com
    http://www.WideAwakesRadio.com “Sunday Thoughts”

  22. Unregistered Trackback by CatHouse Chat

    God’s righteous wrath…

    … is waiting for the monster who did this. A neighbor has been arrested in connection with the four deaths from Monday’s house fire in Kirkland, which authorities Wednesday said was deliberately set in an apparent attempt to cover up…

  23. Unregistered Comment by LC Jon, Imperial Hunter UNITED STATES

    I can’t imagine the pain, confusion, conflict and rage this young man must be feeling.

    But I can imagine what I would do in his situation and it would have nothing to do with man made law.

    The best we can do for him is very little in comparison to his burden, but we should do it anyway.

    Thank you, Sgt. Milkin, for your service to this nation. Know that, while we can scarcely comprehend your pain, we support you, honor you and would do anything in our power to mitigate your suffering.

  24. Unregistered Comment by sdkar UNITED STATES

    I am sure that our forefathers wrote the “no cruel and unusual punishment” clause, they never imagined assholes like this. There should be an exception to every rule and this scumbag deserves it. I am pretty damn sure that this asshole would never make it to court if that was my family.

  25. Unregistered Comment by C. S. P. Schofield UNITED STATES

    Many people here seem to think that turning the swine that did this over to the Sgt. would be the perfect solution. I beg to disagree. to my knowledge the Sgt. has done nothing to merit the burden of guilt and self disgust that would follow killing the man in cold blood.

    This is one reason why, despite my considerable distrust of the State, I favor the death penalty. If the creep dies for this crime, it should be in a way that shows the Sgt. that his society AGREES with his feelings. If he were to kill the man who has wronged him so in a fit if rage (and how could he not, given the opportunity?) any doubts about the justice of the death would be on his shoulders. Ideally his community should, by their verdict, validate the Sgt.’s feelings; saying in effect “We honor you and your grief by attending to this sordid business on your behalf.”.

    Snuff the swine. Quickly, coldly, efficiently. Not for HIS sake - to hell with him - but for ours and for the Sgt..

  26. LC & IB Random Numbers Comment by LC & IB Random Numbers

    It gets worse…
    DO NOT CLICK THIS LINK IF YOU HAVE FIREARMS WITHIN REACH.

  27. Emperor Darth Misha I Comment by Emperor Darth Misha I UNITED STATES

    Many people here seem to think that turning the swine that did this over to the Sgt. would be the perfect solution.

    Because none of us here would see the least bit of wrong committed by the good SGT doing anything he damn well pleases to that sack of worthless shit.

    However, upon sober reflection, I like your reasoning a whole lot more. It makes sense. It makes a whole HECK of a lot of sense.

    Because you’re right. SGT Milkin has enough to deal with right now. I’d never blame him for a second if he were to abduct the prokaryotic parasite who did that to his family and subjected him to pains and horrors the likes of which would make even the most depraved of human minds disintegrate in horror, but you’re absolutely right.

    Why add to his burden? Doesn’t he have enough to deal with as it is? Isn’t it time for us to say: “We’ll deal with this glob of sputum for you, just as you’ve dealt with loads of shit for us. If the verdict is wrong, we’ll take the blame.”?

    What better way to support that man than to affirm his anger by taking it upon ourselves, by showing him in actions as well as words that his grief is ours, that we’re willing to share the burden?

    You’re absolutely right.

    Well put, Sir.

  28. DumbAss Tanker Comment by DumbAss Tanker

    Some pigs should be roasted alive (mostly).

  29. Xystus Comment by Xystus

    I may regret this, but:

    If there was ever a case for a short stake impalement, this is it.

    Anyone who doesn’t understand the reference just ask.

    Is that a variation on Vlad Tepes’s nasty habit, or some other hideous proposal?

    Just axin’, as requested.

  30. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil UNITED STATES

    Xystus:

    Vlad the Impaler (Dracula, for the unwashed) used a longer stake, which lead to a quicker death. Just as messy, but quicker.

    Properly done, a short stake will keep something screaming for three days. I say something instead of someone because after the first couple of hours, the subject will be quite insane.

  31. Unregistered Comment by Lisa Gilliam UNITED STATES

    If there is a case for vigilante justice,this is it.I can only imagine what this good man is going through right now,This guy deserves the full Sopranos treatment pronto.Mischa,I hope you don’t mind me borrowing your motto for reporters,and changing it a bit.White sheet.four or five guys.and a threat to be thrown in a big body of water needed.

  32. jaybear Comment by jaybear UNITED STATES

    Here’s the latest update on the “suspect”. He claims to have done the slashing and burning of this family during an alcoholic blackout. He claims to have come to covered in blood and in the house surrounded by his victims. So he got a can of gasoline and torched the house. The defense plans to use the blackout theory as the foundation of their argument. He also had puncture wounds to his face, head, and neck.

    BlackisWhite, any opinion on this counselor?

    Now, I’m a long term recovering alcoholic and can attest to the awful things that an alcoholic can do during a blackout….Heck, I’m still making amends for some of MY drunken misdeeds. The alcoholic part of my being completely relates to doing things that you never remember and wouldn’t do in a sober state of mind, that’s why it’s called a blackout….you seldom recall the misdeed unless told about it, or the memory of it is triggered (sometimes years later) by something. It’s damned scary, and the damage that you can do in a blackout can be horrendous….but there is something amiss about this bastard’s story. Something that just doesn’t sit right with me…….He claims to have “come to” after he murdered the women and children, he seems to have had the clarity of mind and physical faculties to torch the house and escape….

    I can only go by my personal experience with blackouts, but I know that when I came out of a blackout I was usually waking up on the floor or wherever else it was that I passed out….and I was in NO condition to do much else but clean the puke and urine off of me (and that usually ended up being a very difficult job).

    What I’m getting at here, is that I don’t believe he was drunk. I believe that he was under the influence of something else, maybe cocaine or crack or something. To have the physical strength to kill four people, and he did it very quickly (else, why didn’t one of them escape out of the house?), and to endure the extensive injuries to his face and neck inflicted on him as the victims fought for their lives, just leads me to believe that he was whacked on some super stimulant. As far as the blackout defense goes, it doesn’t hold any weight. He’s a drug fiend and a cold blooded murderer.

    The last of the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous states: “Having had a spiritual awakening as a result of these steps, we tried to carry this message (of recovery) to the alcoholic who still suffered

    I live every day by those twelve steps, I help ANYONE who wants to get sober. But I draw the line here, as far as I’m concerned…this drunk/addict/murderer has only begun to suffer…and I hope he hurts like hell.

  33. MuscleDaddy Comment by MuscleDaddy

    Comment by C. S. P. Schofield

    …to my knowledge the Sgt. has done nothing to merit the burden of guilt and self disgust that would follow killing the man in cold blood.

    Sir, as one who has lost a family member to violent murder (and not NEARLY so close a one as my own child), I can assure you that “cold blood” is not an issue - it never cools.

    Comment by Emperor Darth Misha I

    If the verdict is wrong, we’ll take the blame.”?

    What better way to support that man than to affirm his anger by taking it upon ourselves, by showing him in actions as well as words that his grief is ours, that we’re willing to share the burden?

    Misha, in theory that is a fine sentiment - but in fact, it doesn’t seem like ’society sharing the burden’ when you’re in it. It seems like some long, slow, byzantine process in which an impersonal machine takes ONE MORE thing away from you- a process of long stretches frustrating nothing, punctuated by moments of abject terror, every time some bottom feeder files another motion to dismiss based on some new Twinkie Defense or tries to plead the goblin out to some ‘treatment’ non-sentence - after which, it is later explained to you, if that goblin so much as stubs his pinkie toe, you can expect to have no private life for the ensuing six-to-eight months (and that’s if you didn’t stub his toe for him)

    Of course, I know that we live in a civilized society (this goblin notwithstanding), and things have to be handled the way they are handled, and no matter how much we wish we could just let the victim double-tap the goblin - that won’t happen.

    We have the systems we have and handle things the way we do for all of the higher-minded reasons you cite, and it is good that we do. It is right that we do.

    But please don’t think that they are any sort of comfort to the victims.

    And as to “we’ll take the blame” for a wrong verdict - to the victims (those left behind) these are words - in such a case, blame is a much lighter burder than the accountability that will be assumed by no-one.

    Comment by jaybear

    As far as the blackout defense goes, it doesn’t hold any weight. He’s a drug fiend and a cold blooded murderer.

    I quite agree, sir.

    Even if it’s true - great, now we know why - Big F***in’ Deal.

    - MuscleDaddy

    P.S. - Sorry guys - it appears we’ve hit a topic on which I find I cannot be even-tempered.

  34. Unregistered Comment by Lord Daealdric UNITED STATES

    MuscleDaddy,

    Don’t worry, this isn’t a topic that we expect anyone to be “even-tempered” about. It just isn’t possible.
    I’m sorry for whatever loss you experienced. I pray I will never know the same.

  35. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952 UNITED STATES

    Something that just doesn’t sit right with me…….

    I agree, Jaybear, if he was drunk he wasn’t JUST drunk…no way. I doo, have been where you have and share your experiences. This bastard must have been amped outta’ his skull on something. Regardless, I’ve done some shitty things drunk…..but I never deliberately sought to murder somebody….this Dude is off the charts and lying his ass off. He knew enough to go after a woman and kids….It makes me cringe, being what I am and knowing what I do…If this defense is so good…couldn’t a defense of insanity free the good Sergeant from having to serve time after emptying his .45 into this guy? I have and will pray for the Sergeant…..

  36. Unregistered Comment by wahterbaby UNITED STATES

    While I completely understand the rage, as empathy fills us, we could all learn a lesson from Leo. Leonid was my friend and employee for 2 years while he was in college. I was at his wedding. He is a kind and gentle man of faith and princible. He was in Irag to fulfill a duty required of him for paying for his education. In an interview he gave he says he has no anger only confusion and sorrow and faith in the system and in god. If you gave the murderer to Leo he would take him to the nearest police officer to be tried and convicted. He does not believe he is this mans judge.God is. This is not nessesarily my belief, but I know it is his. He is strong and good and what one would hope to be if one were really a “Christian” following the teachings of Christ. We will be attending a gut renching funeral tomorrow that makes no sense whatsoever. But my faith and prayers go out to a young man who is a tower of strenghth and a model of compassion. My friend Leo.

  37. Emperor Darth Misha I Comment by Emperor Darth Misha I UNITED STATES

    We will be attending a gut renching funeral tomorrow that makes no sense whatsoever. But my faith and prayers go out to a young man who is a tower of strenghth and a model of compassion. My friend Leo.

    Thanks, wahterbaby.

    Words to live by, indeed. Leo is a much better man than I, that’s for sure.

    May G-d Bless him and give him strength, and may G-d continue to grant us the fellowship of men like him.

    Words fail me here. I just want him to know that there are a lot of us out here holding him up in prayer. Please let him know.

  38. Xystus Comment by Xystus

    Vlad the Impaler (Dracula, for the unwashed) used a longer stake, which lead to a quicker death. Just as messy, but quicker.

    Properly done, a short stake will keep something screaming for three days. I say something instead of someone because after the first couple of hours, the subject will be quite insane.

    Which prompts the question: Who published this “research?” In other words, since Vlad’s preference was different, who (if not death-camp Nazi types) performed such “experiments?”

    Just axin’ again…

  39. MegaTroopX Comment by MegaTroopX UNITED STATES

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    What. the. fuck.

    It’s unbelievable. We have an entire segment of society who can completely divorce themselves from any level of human empathy for anyone whom the perceive as an opponent. And that’s on top of the muslims who are already there.

    How does one reach this level of gibbering incoherence?