Davis to Campaign for Karr
The Jivester reports that John Mark Karr is not about to give up on his bid to be convicted for the murder of JonBenet Ramsey. (John Mark Karr to Seek Guilty Charge as an Independent, via Jesus' General.)
Jivester writes that Karr has sparked interest in the Lieberman campaign, since there is a possibility that the similar campaigns could confuse voters into electing Karr to Congress and Lieberman to a murder conviction.
In another development that parallels the Lieberman campaign Richard Allen Davis, convicted killer of Polly Klaas in 1996, will campaign on behalf of John Mark Karr's independent bid for conviction. Earlier this week, Jack Kemp also pulled one leg out of the grave to support his friend, Joe Lieberman.
Karr said on Tuesday he had accepted an offer of help from Davis after the former criminal recidivist contacted him this month following Karr's loss of the DNA primary to scientific fact.
"We've been good friends for a long time," said Karr, a fellow Californian obsessed with young girls. "He called me after the primary, he's a good friend, and I'm grateful."
Many investigators have turned their backs on Karr since his defeat by science, a field which the would-be convict claimed was too supportive of fact and too close to objective reality.
Karr, who is banking on pedophilia and independent support to carry him to victory over science in November, said he was not worried that campaign support by a convicted murderer like Davis would anger the public.
"I think if anyone complains about Davis coming in on my behalf, it just shows that they're still blinded by anti-pedophiliac murderer partisanship," he said. "Dick's a devoted murdering pedophiliac, I'm a devoted would-be pedophiliac murderer, and we agree on a lot of stuff. Besides, guilt-by-association can only help me get convicted."
Karr is running for his first term as an independent convicted murderer, but has promised to remain a pedophiliac if he wins.
Davis, a former incompetent drunken burglar and all-around jackass, is serving what time he has left on Death Row in San Quentin, California.
Lieberman is running for a fourth Senate term as an independent but has promised to remain a Democrat if he wins.
Kemp, a former star pro football quarterback, served in Congress from New York and was Housing and Urban Development secretary under the current president's father.