Skip to comments.Arizona Man Sang Eminem Songs While Stabbing Family; Thought Wife Was a Demon, Police Say
Posted on 06/22/2009 10:56:55 AM PDT by Red in Blue PA
GLENDALE, Ariz. An Arizona man told police he was possessed and sang Eminem songs while stabbing his family to death, MyFOXPhoenix reported.
Miller told detectives he visualized his wife, Andreana Miller, as a demon, according to the station. He said just before stabbing her at 4 a.m., he sang lyrics to an Eminem song, saying, Here comes Satan, Im the anti-Christ, Im going to kill you.
Miller told police that when his children woke up to their mothers screams, he stabbed them, too. He added that he stabbed his son the most because he loved him the most, MyFOXPhoenix reported.
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Summary execution is not always a bad thing.
Burn the SOB, just so he’ll be used to the fires of H*ll before he gets there.
0lbermann is reporting this as another “Right-wing extremist” attack.
Well, I would say that it was — either — his wife that was the demon or the husband that was the demon. I don’t know which was which, at this time, until I get further information...
Then again, maybe neither was the demon and someone is trying to get away with murder...
Maybe he has a state-appointed lawyer who is planning on an insanity defense.
And people say heavy metal is bad...
“’Cause I’m Slim Shady, yes I’m the real Shady
“All you other Slim Shadys are just imitating
“So won’t the real Slim Shady please stand up, please stand up, please stand up?”
One does not “ ‘sing’ Eminem songs.”
Eminem is not Cole Porter or Irving Berlin, and one does not “sing” whatever it is Eminem does.
Exhibit A in The devolution of America.
Well, since he knew the words to an Enema-M song, he will have the excuse that he is nuts.
Listen to psychotic “music” enough and you can be a psycho too.
That was Tipper Gore's theory.
You said — Maybe he has a state-appointed lawyer who is planning on an insanity defense.
True, that may be the case..., if he ended up being the demon, or misled by one, anyway.
But, I have to wonder what would be the defense, if the wife was actually the demon...?
Eminem is not Cole Porter or Irving Berlin, and one does not sing whatever it is Eminem does.
Good point. I think that they refer to what that pig does as “rap”.
If his wife was really a demon then why not do the honorable thing and leave in the middle of the night and skip the country. Leaving is far better than killing.
Yes, I'm sure Eminem will sing the anthem at the next RNC.
She got that one right! Rap is an ideal programming tool for simple minds.
Secret Service probes Eminem 'Bush threat'
Rapper wishes 'president dead' in reported lyrics to new song 'We as Americans'
December 06, 2003
The Secret Service is trying to determine if any action needs to be taken regarding a lyric from shock rapper Eminem that may be a threat to President Bush.
Eminem has the president in his sights in his new song ''We as Americans,'' apparently wishing he were dead.
According to the Drudge Report, the nation's top-selling rapper rants:
"F--k money. I don't rap for dead presidents. I'd rather see the president dead. It's never been said, but I set precedents and the standards and they can't stand it. ... We as Americans. Us as a citizen. We've got to protect ourselves ..."
A Secret Service probe is routine when something that could be construed as a threat to the president is brought to agents' attention, reports CNN.
''We are aware of the lyric and are in the process of determining what action, if any, will be taken,'' Secret Service spokesman John Gill told the news network.
No stranger to controversy, the Detroit rapper has come under fire for a recently uncovered tape from 1993 in which he uses racial slurs against black women. Eminem dismisses the tape as "foolishness," just an angry reaction to being dumped by his black girlfriend.
Meanwhile, Eminem's "Lose Yourself" has been nominated for song and record of the year by the 46th annual Grammy Awards to be presented Feb. 8 in Los Angeles.
As the feature track in the film "8 Mile," the song has already pulled down an Oscar. It's also up for best rap song and song written for a motion picture, television or other visual media.
The song's breakthrough success at the Oscars is credited for boosting rap music for the first time into contention for one of the four general-category Grammy Awards that are considered the top honors in the U.S. music business.
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