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User avatar 1.DocZaius » Wed Feb 24, 2021 3:54 pm

Oklahoma murder suspect confesses to killing neighbor, cooking her heart, investigators say
CHICKASHA — A triple murder suspect has confessed, saying he killed a neighbor first and cut her heart out to eat at home, the OSBI reported.

"He took the heart back to 214 West Minnesota, Chickasha," an agent with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation told a judge in a request for a search warrant.

"He cooked the heart with potatoes to feed to his family to release the demons," the agent wrote.

Lawrence Paul Anderson is accused of killing the neighbor at her home and then going to his home and killing his uncle and a 4-year-old girl on Feb. 9.

He also is accused of stabbing his aunt. She survived.

The case already has sparked outrage because the repeat felon had been released early from prison in January. He had been sentenced in 2017 to serve 20 years behind bars but got out after Gov. Kevin Stitt commuted his time.

The governor commuted the sentence to nine years at the recommendation of the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board. Anderson served a little more than three years. He had been staying with his uncle, Leon Pye, and aunt, Delsie Pye, since his release.

“This has to be addressed by the Legislature, sooner rather than later, because more people are going to get killed,” Grady County District Attorney Jason Hicks said Feb. 11.

The prosecutor plans to charge Anderson, 42, on Tuesday. The death penalty "is on the table," Hicks said Monday.

Chickasha police went to 214 W Minnesota on Feb. 9 after a woman called 911 for help. An officer forced his way into the house after hearing a woman yelling. Inside they found Leon Pye, 67, already dead and his granddaughter, Kaeos Yates, injured. "She was pronounced deceased in the ambulance on scene," the OSBI agent wrote in the search warrant request.

Delsie Pye suffered stab wounds to both eyes, the OSBI reported

Anderson was arrested inside the Pye home. "Chickasha Police Officers observed Anderson throwing up in the living room into some pillows," the OSBI agent wrote.

The third death was discovered Feb. 11 after the OSBI interviewed Anderson at an Oklahoma City hospital where he was being treated for injuries. "He confessed to going to 227 West Minnesota Avenue, Chickasha," the agent wrote. "He used his shoulder to knock in the back door. There were two German Shepherd dogs in the house. Anderson advised he killed the female resident and cut her heart out."

The OSBI on Friday identified the neighbor as Andrea Lynn Blankenship, 41.

In the request for a search warrant, the OSBI told a judge agents wanted to collect as evidence from the Pye home "pots, pans and any utensils for cooking."

Anderson was first sentenced to prison in Oklahoma in 2006 for four years for attacking his girlfriend, pointing a gun at her and possessing crack cocaine with the intent to distribute, records show. He was out in less than two years.

He went back to prison in 2012 to serve a 15-year sentence for selling crack cocaine near an elementary school in Chickasha. He also was ordered to spend 20 years on probation after his release. He was out in less than five years and four months.

He was sent back to prison in December 2017 to serve 20 more years when a judge both revoked his probation in full and sentenced him for new crimes.

He had been out less than five months in 2017 when police arrested him after he confronted a woman at her car in a church parking lot in Chickasha. Police reported he was carrying a handgun, which was illegal for him to have because of his past convictions.

At the jail, a detention officer found a vial of PCP hidden in his underwear. He pleaded guilty to gun and drug offenses.
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User avatar 2.MoralityULack » Wed Feb 24, 2021 4:12 pm

....and why did the parole board think this guy should be released?

It sorta sounds like because he promised to move to Texas and kill people here.
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3.evil gator » Wed Feb 24, 2021 5:30 pm

Not a fan of cannibals
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User avatar 4.DocZaius » Wed Feb 24, 2021 5:37 pm

Let’s make this thread about the weird shit I stumble across on the internet.



I encourage clicking through and reading the thread.





I understand curiosity and maybe trying it once if they didn’t know what would happen. Still, it’s only fifteen minutes - you’d think most people could handle such a short period of isolation.
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5.evil gator » Wed Feb 24, 2021 5:40 pm

What year was this?
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User avatar 6.DocZaius » Wed Feb 24, 2021 6:38 pm

The study was actually in 2014.
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7.evil gator » Wed Feb 24, 2021 7:02 pm

Wow, I didn’t think that shit was still legal. I participated in some studies for money like a lot of us I suspect - beforehand they talked about fucked up old experiments and how they wouldn’t do that to us
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User avatar 8.MoralityULack » Wed Feb 24, 2021 8:43 pm

I cant help but think this helps explain politics.
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9.9508 » Wed Feb 24, 2021 8:54 pm

UF made (probably still does) you be a test subject for psych grad students if you took psychology in undergrad.

I showed up for one, did what the guy told me to do, then he got pissed off because I did it. The task wasn’t that hard, it was a lot like playing slap Jack you had to react based on a pretty simple set of rules and answer questions yes or no. The questions had decreasing time to answer until you had about 1.5 seconds at the end. The thing was, by that time you had time to set the rules in place mentally so you just reacted.

The experiment was supposed to measure your emotional reaction when you couldn’t complete the task.

Dude comes out at the end and sees I got 97% right and stormed off (ironically this was substantially better then I generally did on the class exams)

Then he came back and wanted to know how I cheated. Did someone give me the answers? About then the person over the experiment suggested he rethink the experiment.

I left wondering if it was all a show to see how I reacted to being attacked.
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User avatar 10.MoralityULack » Wed Feb 24, 2021 9:19 pm

I participated in drug experiments in college.
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11.Juggs » Thu Feb 25, 2021 1:50 pm

I participated in drug experiments in college.
Evidence: the UFO thread
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12.Tommy » Thu Feb 25, 2021 1:57 pm

Evidence: 95% of his posts
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13.Juggs » Thu Feb 25, 2021 2:03 pm


I understand curiosity and maybe trying it once if they didn’t know what would happen. Still, it’s only fifteen minutes - you’d think most people could handle such a short period of isolation.
I don't think it has anything to do with isolation, not in the sense we think of isolation now at least. If you put that same shock machine in the person's own home and left them home alone with it, I'd bet the % of those shocking themselves would decrease considerably. How many people are sitting in a Dr's room waiting for him to show up and you're looking at everything in the room because you're just bored and impatient with waiting. Maybe not as much now because we'll all just take out our phones.

Also possible there's just the stupid ego part of a man that makes him go, "I can take this"...fuck that still hurt. Toughen up bitch, let's do it again! :lol: A solo version of "hold my beer"
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User avatar 14.DocZaius » Thu Feb 25, 2021 2:28 pm

So there's a summary of the study itself here:

https://www.erinwestgate.com/uploads/7/ ... _shock.pdf

Significantly, I think, is that before they were put into the room, they were given 6 stimuli - 3 positive and 3 negative. One of those was the shock. When they were put into the room, they were told that pushing the button would randomly give them one of the 6 stimuli. In reality, though, the button would always give them the shock.

In that context, I think it's more reasonable that more would push the button - after all, you have a 1 in 6 chance of getting shocked. It also might explain why some would push the button more than once, thinking they'd get a different result (although the guy who pushed it 190 times is probably a certified weirdo).
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15.Juggs » Thu Feb 25, 2021 4:05 pm

So there's a summary of the study itself here:

https://www.erinwestgate.com/uploads/7/ ... _shock.pdf

Significantly, I think, is that before they were put into the room, they were given 6 stimuli - 3 positive and 3 negative. One of those was the shock. When they were put into the room, they were told that pushing the button would randomly give them one of the 6 stimuli. In reality, though, the button would always give them the shock.

In that context, I think it's more reasonable that more would push the button - after all, you have a 1 in 6 chance of getting shocked. It also might explain why some would push the button more than once, thinking they'd get a different result (although the guy who pushed it 190 times is probably a certified weirdo).
That makes sense. You could tell them 1 in 6 gives you an orgasm and 5 in 6 a shock and the men would keep hitting it :lol:
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16.evil gator » Thu Feb 25, 2021 4:20 pm

6 out 6 would hit it
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User avatar 17.MoralityULack » Thu Feb 25, 2021 8:20 pm

How does pushing the button produce three different good sensations? Sensations so good that you want to be shocked to get. Unless it is an orgasm or releasing cocaine into your veins - either of which I doubt they could do, Im not buying any "positive" incentive. I cant think of anything else that would be enough for me to shock myself. And it is not like the promised them coke. They claim they showed them the sensation.
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18.Denver-Gator » Thu Feb 25, 2021 10:26 pm

Gorn like heart muscle.
Gorn like shock
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19.gatorbreeze » Fri Feb 26, 2021 1:06 am

Gorn like heart muscle.
Gorn like shock
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20.9508 » Fri Feb 26, 2021 1:14 am

Gorn?

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21.Denver-Gator » Fri Feb 26, 2021 4:14 am

I was skiing in New Mexico over the weekend... :banana_smiley_17:
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22.gatorbreeze » Fri Feb 26, 2021 1:29 pm

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User avatar 23.DocZaius » Fri Feb 26, 2021 2:23 pm

Someone shot Lady Gaga's dog walker and stole her dogs:

https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-56196226
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24.evil gator » Fri Feb 26, 2021 2:32 pm

yeah that's fucked up

it is weird the coverage seems to be more on the dogs than the poor human who got shot.
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User avatar 25.99inNC » Fri Feb 26, 2021 3:13 pm

1. People are gross.
2. People are dumb.

That's my hot take for the day.
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