ALL of this!! Yes!The whole narrative that GW4 did not know anything about the planning or plotting of the murders is so untrue and way off base the way he tried to convey it to the jury. His eyes and body language did not lie and served well as backup to the already damaging evidence presented by the prosecution.
The W’s have a very strange and unhealthy obsession about children. Maybe it’s me, but I don’t understand it or can I grasp an understanding of it. Makes no sense. For that I am thankful. Children are seen as property, trophy, and possessions. It makes you wonder what else their weird warped minds were thinking and why they were so desperate for children. They went as far as to steal children from their mothers even if that meant murder to gain custody.
GW4 was proud of his upbringing and how he was raised. We heard about his upbringing and he held on tight to the person he had become. He took ownership of it and expressed proudly and bragged about it proudly. He was a know it all, knew more than anyone else—so he thought. He put everyone down and if you weren’t like him, you were crap. He is no different than AW. He is a male version of her.
He denied any involvement of the murders thought his personality showed different. He is his worst enemy. He put an illegal bullseye on many innocent animals and now it’s his turn.
He carried on violently and aggressively most of his life. We heard the wiretaps. He was there, testimonies and evidence showed that. GW4 gave insight into his own demise. No poker face, for this gambler.
Deep down he hates women. His pea brain thinks they are good for one thing only. We heard horrible things about women and disrespected them. Abusive toward children too. He is not the victim, through he’d like to think he is. He is the villain. He will have plenty of time to think about what he’s done and what led up to this point.
Yes, it’s easy to feel sorry for him. I do feel sorry and sad for him. He is human and humans make really horrible mistakes, but he should pay for the crimes committed or he will repeat. People need to be safe, protected. He could have stopped the murders. He did not!
All of this is in my opinion and matter of opinion.
What is alarming to me (being that I see all that you said as true and see right through his attempt to control this narrative) is people believe him.
George is extremely manipulative. Maybe people haven't known someone like this before so it's hard to see the lies. I said it before, but he seems to like to stay out of the limelight, but then reap the benefits of whatever crimes are occurring. He has an undercurrent of hate.. he speaks so poorly of nearly every person in his life. I don't think he's able to make any type of true connection with others. I guess that is to be expected with the house he grew up in. Seems love was based on control.
Every single person in his life was mistaken or lying. He had nothing nice to say about anyone in his life, yet he stayed with them, lived with them, worked with them, and remained connected to them. He could have left at any point. He had the money and he had a job and the ability and skills to get another job in a different area if that is really what he desired to do. I don't buy the didn't have money and was forced to stay because of Vine and his mom watching him, etc. If his mom was such an awful person then he is no better than any of the others he puts down for this and that reason.. he knowingly allowed his manipulative controlling mother to raise Vine. Then we wants us to believe Tabby was awful and would have put Vine in harms way.. she left Vine with him because she didn't want him around her step dad who was her abuser. She had Vine's interests in mind.. yet many have ran her through the mud for being an awful mom. Well here we have George leaving his son in a worse off spot than Tabby ever did. He KNEW what his mother was capable of and still he left his son with her.
So much victim blaming in this case and it just shows even more what type of person George is.