Many folks seem to enjoy, to a curiously inordinate excess, participating in justice for someone who is clearly a violator. It doesn't even have to be a child-rapist-murder. It can be a person much less vile that will often garner such sentiment.
It certainly couldn't be wrong to enjoy such a celebration, could it?
There are two types of online journaling that seem to engender intense response. Beyond ones of sexual content are the writings which depict social/interpersonal, ethical, or moral inequity:
"Then, I will help you torture and kill - because he so deserves it!"
People seem to quickly embrace debasement and punishment, yet are often quiet in the celebration of goodness.
In some ways, I suppose we are all a part of this self-elevation and Tyburn-style mentality.
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41 What is he that builds stronger than either the
42 mason, the shipwright, or the carpenter?
43 The gallows-maker; for that frame outlives a
44 thousand tenants.
45 I like thy wit well, in good faith: the gallows
46 does well; but how does it well? it does well to
47 those that do ill: now thou dost ill to say the
48 gallows is built stronger than the church: argal,
49 the gallows may do well to thee. To't again, come.
~ From: Hamlet, Act 5, Scene 1, W.B. Shakespeare