A spell of bad luck

October 22, 2008

Except for Three Rivers Festival time, we seldom see people like this out in public, so we tend to forget they’re still around:

A rural Muncie man who last year proclaimed his hatred for blacks and Jews on the steps of city hall has been accused of repeatedly biting a 9-year-old boy.

Dmitriy V. Sklyarov , 20, 11001 W. Bethel Ave., is also accused of leaving threatening phone messages at Wes-Del High School, announcing he had placed black magic “spells” on teachers that he said would cause their deaths.

[. . .]

A MySpace Web page purported to have been created by Sklyarov refers to him as an “Aryan sorcerer.”

In an Aug. 31 posting, the author discusses the alleged participation in black magic by Nazi leaders during World War II; purports the “Aryan race” was created by a pagan god, and rails against Jews, blacks and those of mixed racial heritage.

The story notes that Sklyarov is a dropout of Wes-Del High School. And they say an education is so important these days! I had thought being an Aryan sorcerer required at least an associate’s degree. And, ladies, sorry, but that 9-year-old boy is his girlfriend’s son. The good ones are always taken, aren’t they?

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One Response to “A spell of bad luck”

  1. Bob G. Says:

    Sorry, Gandolf he ain’t!

    He must have went to the Mike Tyson School for Creative Anger Management…’ya think?

    No, Leo…a MAGE requires the associate’s.
    Being elevated to SORCERER precludes that a MASTER’S must first be obtained…(Ivy Tech students, take note…it’s not in the handbook)

    😉


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