Ted Bundy citáty
Datum narození: 24. listopad 1946
Datum úmrtí: 24. leden 1989
Další jména:Тед Банди
Theodore Robert „Ted“ Bundy byl americký sériový vrah aktivní v letech 1973 až 1978, násilník, nekrofil a vystudovaný psycholog.
Před svým definitivním uvězněním v únoru 1978 dvakrát uprchl z vězení. Po více než desetiletém intenzivním popírání viny se doznal k vraždám nejméně 30 obětí, ačkoli celkový počet usmrcených žen je neznámý. Odhady hovořily o 26 až více než 100 zavražděných. Modus operandi vycházel z prvotního omráčení oběti úderem do hlavy a následnou strangulací. Jeho objekty byly mladé bělošky ve věku 13 až 26 let, které po útoku znásilňoval, v řadě případů posmrtně . Oběti vyhledával na veřejných místech, ve společnosti lidí. Napomáhal mu jeho atraktivní vzhled a schopnost získat důvěru. Byl považován za jemného a inteligentního mladého muže.
I při procesu věřil, že si porotu nakloní svým šarmem. Přesto ho stát Florida odsoudil k trestu smrti za poslední vraždu. Rozsudek byl vykonán ve Starke prostřednictvím elektrického křesla 24. ledna 1989 v 7.06 hodin místního času, ve státní floridské věznici. Do popravy se pokoušel trest smrti zvrátit.
Citáty Ted Bundy
„Sure, I get angry. I get very, very angry and indignant. I don't like being locked up for something I didn't do, and I don't like my liberty taken away, and I don't like being treated like an animal, and I don't like people walking around and ogling me like I'm some sort of weirdo, because I'm not.“
„When you feel the last bit of breath leaving their body, you're looking into their eyes. A person in that situation is God!“
— Ted Bundy
Quoted by Bill Hagmaier. Rule, Ann (2009). The Stranger Beside Me (Paperback; updated 2009 ed.). New York: Pocket Books pages 380–96.
„I'm not gonna be in this room when that jury walks in. I'm not going through this and you knew that, your honor. You know how far you can push me….. You wanna make a circus? You got a circus. [points to prosecutor] I'll rain on your parade Jack. You'll see a thunderstorm. This will not be the pat little drama you've arranged.“
— Ted Bundy
During an angry outburst after he learns of the judges choices for the jury for the Kimberly Leach trial. (1980) video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3OJO90ol3k
„Guilt. It's this mechanism we use to control people. It's an illusion. It's a kind of social control mechanism and it's very unhealthy. It does terrible things to our body.“
— Ted Bundy
Quoted in Michaud, Stephen; Aynesworth, Hugh (1999) The Only Living Witness: The True Story of Serial Sex Killer Ted Bundy (Paperback; revised ed.). Irving, Texas: Authorlink Press. pg. 320
„… just like anybody else with an obsession, whether it be fishing, bowling or skiing, he has ways he can vicariously satisfy it. Maybe he is going to peep shows and reading detective magazines. I think there's an excellent chance that one way he gets off is by going to look at what that call the slasher films.“
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„Those of use who are, who have been so much influenced by violence in the media, in particular pornographic violence, are not some kinds of inherent monsters. We are your sons and we are your husbands. And we grew up in regular families. And pornography can reach out and snatch a kid out of any house today. It snatched me out of my home twenty, thirty years ago.“
„I just said that the Hawkins girl's head was severed and taken up the road about twenty-five to fifty yards and buried in a location about ten yard west of the road. Did you hear that?“
— Ted Bundy
Discussing the murder of Georgann Hawkins to Detective Robert Keppel, days before his execution. Quoted in Keppel, Robert (2005) The Riverman, Ted Bundy and I Hunt for the Green River Killer. Simon and Schuster, pp. 29
„I don't know all of what you're speaking about Lucky, it's too broad and I can't get into it in any detail. But I'm satisfied with my blanket statement that I'm innocent. No man is truly innocent. I mean we all have transgressed some way in our lives and as I say, I've been impolite and there are things I regret having done in my life but nothing like the things, I think, that you're referring to.“
„A factor that is almost indispensable to this kind of behavior [serial killing] is the mobility of contemporary American life. Living in large centers of population, and living with lots of people, you can get used to dealing with strangers. It's the anonymity factor, and it has a twofold effect. First of all if you're among strangers you're less likely to remember them, or care what they're doing or what they should, or should not, be doing. If they should or shouldn't be there. Secondly, you're conditioned almost not to be afraid of strangers. Mobility is very important here. As we've seen… the individual's [himself in third person] modus operandi was moving large distances in an attempt to camouflage what he was doing. Moving these distances, he was able to take advantage of the anonymity factor.“
— Ted Bundy
Quoted in Michaud, Stephen; Aynesworth, Hugh (1999) The Only Living Witness: The True Story of Serial Sex Killer Ted Bundy (Paperback; revised ed.). Irving, Texas: Authorlink Press. pg. 326