How do you MOST remember Chris Martin...

How do you MOST remember Chris Martin, the murderer from Harvard, IL?

Created by Mary Thomas Jenkins on Jul 26, 2012

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Susan Haywood

Iowa City, IA

#1 Jul 30, 2012
I wondered if he did it so he could go to prison and be buggered for the rest of his life.

His gf testified that he enjoyed being ridden by her with a dry johnson bar.

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#2 Jul 31, 2012
Susan, I know -- I remember him as a flamboyant gay... People were always saying "Hey, Chris! Turn the butane down!" because he was such a FLAMING gay.
Mack Daddy

Iowa City, IA

#3 Sep 12, 2012
I don' remember him as being flamboyant... i remember seeing him on his back with a german shephard's KNOT tied up in Chrs' ass. I
Suture

New Lenox, IL

#4 Jan 28, 2014
This is a wound that's bee closed for a long time, and I doubt anyone even frequents these forums anymore, but just in case someone does, I'd like to add my perspective.

Chris did a terrible thing. We've all done terrible things. Maybe not to the extent he did, but we all carry the capacity, as human beings, to carry out otherwise unthinkable acts in moments of desperation.

After looking over the situation, and knowing the things I know about it, I find that Chris was most defiantly in a state of desperation. I also find that his guilt was too much to bear after the fact, and what most see as an unapologetic monster was in fact a man looking for the death penalty.

Though it must be admitted, by each and every one of us, that we are flawed, and shoulder the burden of the capacity for evil (if not only to keep that evil at bay) we must also understand that punishments must be administered for such acts.

Chris committed a grievous crime. Not just against his victim, but against the victim's family and the community he lived in. His own family. He has been and is being punished for it.

Now I shift the focus to his parents and his family. They have not committed a crime. They do not deserve to be punished. It may be that, in retrospect, they themselves and those around them judge harshly their handling of certain situations leading up to this event. Even if no one admits it. In such a case, the punishment they inflict upon themselves emotionally would be to much already.

I offer you the possibility that, whatever caused Chris to snap, these types of posts (if seen by his family) might cause them distress. Might act as a punishment for those who deserve none. A jail you can't leave with bars you can't see. A prison in your own mind.

I do not wish that cruel and unusual existence on anyone. Much less people that have done nothing wrong.

And it might, in the proper circumstances, lead to more hate. More violence. If you would judge them for producing a person so wound up and repressed, so desperate and wild, that he was capable of such a thing.

How should I judge you for attempting to replicate the process in his family?

Are you then, without blame, for whatever might occur due to your irresponsibility?

Consider this. And thank you for your time.
Very Concerned

Beverly, MA

#5 Aug 7, 2014
Suture wrote:
This is a wound that's bee closed for a long time, and I doubt anyone even frequents these forums anymore, but just in case someone does, I'd like to add my perspective.
Chris did a terrible thing. We've all done terrible things. Maybe not to the extent he did, but we all carry the capacity, as human beings, to carry out otherwise unthinkable acts in moments of desperation.
After looking over the situation, and knowing the things I know about it, I find that Chris was most defiantly in a state of desperation. I also find that his guilt was too much to bear after the fact, and what most see as an unapologetic monster was in fact a man looking for the death penalty.
Though it must be admitted, by each and every one of us, that we are flawed, and shoulder the burden of the capacity for evil (if not only to keep that evil at bay) we must also understand that punishments must be administered for such acts.
Chris committed a grievous crime. Not just against his victim, but against the victim's family and the community he lived in. His own family. He has been and is being punished for it.
Now I shift the focus to his parents and his family. They have not committed a crime. They do not deserve to be punished. It may be that, in retrospect, they themselves and those around them judge harshly their handling of certain situations leading up to this event. Even if no one admits it. In such a case, the punishment they inflict upon themselves emotionally would be to much already.
I offer you the possibility that, whatever caused Chris to snap, these types of posts (if seen by his family) might cause them distress. Might act as a punishment for those who deserve none. A jail you can't leave with bars you can't see. A prison in your own mind.
I do not wish that cruel and unusual existence on anyone. Much less people that have done nothing wrong.
And it might, in the proper circumstances, lead to more hate. More violence. If you would judge them for producing a person so wound up and repressed, so desperate and wild, that he was capable of such a thing.
How should I judge you for attempting to replicate the process in his family?
Are you then, without blame, for whatever might occur due to your irresponsibility?
Consider this. And thank you for your time.
Well said!
Bovine

Iowa City, IA

#6 Oct 29, 2014
You are sort of off topic... the question is how do you most remember Chris?

Since: Jul 12

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#7 Nov 1, 2014
"We've all done terrible things."
Uhh... Suture, I've never committed pre-meditated murder and butchered a man like a hog. Chris wasn't a good kid that did something wrong. he was a monster of hate waiting to explode. he took body parts so he could prove the murder so he could get into a gang in Oklahoma.
Sort of worked out for chris, though... now he is in prison as a femme bottom for all those brutes in there to fill up with semen.
Cwj1989

Chicago, IL

#8 May 8, 2015
Suture wrote:
This is a wound that's bee closed for a long time, and I doubt anyone even frequents these forums anymore, but just in case someone does, I'd like to add my perspective.
Chris did a terrible thing. We've all done terrible things. Maybe not to the extent he did, but we all carry the capacity, as human beings, to carry out otherwise unthinkable acts in moments of desperation.
After looking over the situation, and knowing the things I know about it, I find that Chris was most defiantly in a state of desperation. I also find that his guilt was too much to bear after the fact, and what most see as an unapologetic monster was in fact a man looking for the death penalty.
Though it must be admitted, by each and every one of us, that we are flawed, and shoulder the burden of the capacity for evil (if not only to keep that evil at bay) we must also understand that punishments must be administered for such acts.
Chris committed a grievous crime. Not just against his victim, but against the victim's family and the community he lived in. His own family. He has been and is being punished for it.
Now I shift the focus to his parents and his family. They have not committed a crime. They do not deserve to be punished. It may be that, in retrospect, they themselves and those around them judge harshly their handling of certain situations leading up to this event. Even if no one admits it. In such a case, the punishment they inflict upon themselves emotionally would be to much already.
I offer you the possibility that, whatever caused Chris to snap, these types of posts (if seen by his family) might cause them distress. Might act as a punishment for those who deserve none. A jail you can't leave with bars you can't see. A prison in your own mind.
I do not wish that cruel and unusual existence on anyone. Much less people that have done nothing wrong.
And it might, in the proper circumstances, lead to more hate. More violence. If you would judge them for producing a person so wound up and repressed, so desperate and wild, that he was capable of such a thing.
How should I judge you for attempting to replicate the process in his family?
Are you then, without blame, for whatever might occur due to your irresponsibility?
Consider this. And thank you for your time.
I am actually one of Chris's sisters. I wanted to thank you for your kind words. Everyone who commented on this post acts as if they personally and actually knew him as a person. And knew our family. These posts (even for what he did) were cruel and harsh, I didn't realize how hateful people are... I appreciate your kind words..

Thank you
Amyed

Tecumseh, KS

#9 Feb 23, 2016
Cwj1989 wrote:
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I am actually one of Chris's sisters. I wanted to thank you for your kind words. Everyone who commented on this post acts as if they personally and actually knew him as a person. And knew our family. These posts (even for what he did) were cruel and harsh, I didn't realize how hateful people are... I appreciate your kind words..
Thank you
I have often wondered what Chris's life was like growing up for him to be so screwed up that he could literally butcher a person, much less such a good person as Leon. I had heard his father beat him, and then threw him out f the house at 16. If that is true, then yes, his father shares some of the blame too.

If you feel these posts are cruel and harsh, you should have seen Leon before he was buried. Then you would understand hateful -- these comments are nothing.
Amyed

Tecumseh, KS

#10 Feb 23, 2016
Susan Haywood wrote:
I wondered if he did it so he could go to prison and be buggered for the rest of his life.
His gf testified that he enjoyed being ridden by her with a dry johnson bar.
No, his girlfriend did not testify to anything like that. And she certainly wasn't his girlfriend by the time it finally went to trial.

That said, whether Chris did the murder for that reason or not, that is the end result.
Mogley

Iowa City, IA

#11 Feb 24, 2016
they take Chris's pic every year for the prison records. I get a copy each year. it is fun to flip through them and watch him age. he's in menard which is one of the worst prisons in the united states.

he keeps getting fatter. his eyes are clouding over from the misery. I enjoy watching the depravity slowly melt his life away.

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