I prefer to direct my sympathy towards the two innocent old women he butchered. Maybe that's just me though..
I agree. Throughout the whole programme I can't remember hearing one word of remorse or pity for their victims.
They were sorry, but it was more about regretting their actions because they had come to realise their own lives had been wasted.
They were still able to read books, watch tv, listen to music, laugh and joke with other inmates, and receive visitors. Their victims cease to exist, and their loved ones would probably give anything for the chance to see them alive again, if only for a day.
No, I had no sympathy whatsoever..unless of course, any of them were innocent.