Brandon sends us a link from the Marine Corps Times about two former Marines, Stephen E. Harkness, 22, and Jeffrey W. Allen, 21 who were on a mission to rid the world of scumbags, but I think they took their plan a couple of steps too far;
“Detectives were led to an undisclosed location in Verona… where they discovered the torso and some dismembered body parts of a white man wrapped and discarded in a field,” the sheriff’s department said in a news release. Detectives “also learned the missing body parts had supposedly been disposed of in a Dumpster in Florence.” Investigators also combed a landfill in Butler, Ky.
Investigators on Wednesday determined the victim was Daniel Delfin, a 19-year-old from Walton, Ky…authorities suspected Delfin was a heroin dealer.
Harkness spent less than three years in the Marines and had a deployment to Afghanistan for a month and 22 days and was discharged as a private first class in a water support unit. Allen spent a little more than a year in the Marines and didn’t deploy, serving as a light armored vehicle crewman. So I guess no one can blame this one on PTS, because it doesn’t seem like they saw much more than the smoking area at the PX and certainly, they didn’t see the elephant.
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