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30 comments to “Party Monster Murderer Michael Alig Released From Prison After 17 Years! And He's Already On Twitter!”

  1. 1

    Don't give this murderer the attention he craves.

  2. bnietzsche says – reply to this


    welcome back to the real world, mr. alig :)

  3. 3

    Wow, under the grateful post, there is nothing but positive love comments. WTH? Can it really be that when someone is released for prison after serving time for murdering and DISMEMBERING someone .. that people cheer and say YAY?

  4. 4

    I'm sure he and perez will soon be fast friends or lovers. Remember your child, Perez.

  5. bnietzsche says – reply to this


    We don't care.. we love him. don't be so jealous all the time. gawd… some people, I swear…

  6. Tenebre says – reply to this


    Re: bnietzsche – People like you are everything that's wrong with this world.

  7. Lipstick says – reply to this


    He murdered a drug dealer.. it really depends on your perception of the entire situation, especially since said drug dealer could have contributed to the deaths of hundreds of other people. Not to mention the fact that said drug dealer supplied Michael with the drugs that inevitably heightened Michael's senses to push him over the edge. There's a level of irony in there somewhere.

  8. jil says – reply to this


    /i feel guilty saying this, but i like the guy-im glad hes not rotting in a cell. thanks hollywood + myfascinationwithgayguys. i must be fucked in the head for real.

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    Re: Lipstick – He was sometime roommate and drug dealer. I think there is a huge difference. This wasn't just a drug dealer that came by and made deliveries. He actually lived there with them at times.

    The fight actually started over an OUTFIT.

  10. 10

    "From this point, the details are hazy: Alig may or may not have tried to inject Drano into Melendez’s veins. He may or may not have poured Drano into his mouth and taped it shut. He may or may not have invited friends over to party while the corpse sat in a trunk on which people placed their cocktails. What is clear is that Alig and Freeze eventually put the body in the bathtub and leaned a mattress up against the bathroom door while they spent a week in a drugged stupor trying to figure out what to do. " nymag article

  11. 11

    So glad Michael is out!!! He helped so many express themselves and I hope he continues everything he has done inside and outside of corrections!! wish I had that burrito looks good.

  12. margieb says – reply to this


    What u each think doesn't matter, he's out. Now, let's see how he does with his 2nd chance! Wishing you luck Michael!

  13. Carol Simmons says – reply to this


    Re: Lipstick – Then, what you're saying is he should have gotten no time and an award for what he did. IF killing this human being, who could have changed his life around as others have, and I am sure you believe this murder has, then on bullet would have been enough, correct? Nope. He had to dismember him. Be lucky it wasn't your brother who went down the "irreversible" wrong path and met up with the nice, humanitarian trying to save us from one more drug dealer.

  14. Carol Simmons says – reply to this


    Re: ninguy123 – He sure knew how to express himself, didn't he?? Hopefully, not many learn his way of expression.

  15. Carol Simmons says – reply to this


    Re: margieb – I'm wishing luck to those he comes in contact with…

  16. Carol Simmons says – reply to this


    Re: bnietzsche – Jealous of what??? Not have killed and dismembered a roommate/whatever other relationship????? Don't think so.

  17. zebstar1 says – reply to this


    That haircut needs some work. Burrito first, salon second?

  18. XXX says – reply to this


    The only people who defend this loser are aging, tweaked out f@gs who he reminds them of their glory days. The 90s are over, people! He's NOT going to bring the NYC party scene back to the way it was.

  19. Kristen says – reply to this


    Does anybody believe in second chances anymore? Yes he killed a man, but he deserves a second chance at getting his life together, just like everyone else in the world. Who's to say he's changed? Who's to say he deserves any friendship or fame? He's out of jail and there's nothing we can do but hope he can do better with himself.

  20. What A Tool says – reply to this


    "He murdered a drug dealer.. it really depends on your perception of the entire situation"

    And your perception is some fucked up logic…basically blaming the victim. Can't wait to hear your "perception" of rape victims…

  21. Lipstick says – reply to this


    Re: Carol Simmons – That's just the thing, he chose his path. He wanted so badly to lead that controversial lifestyle and look where he ended up. I'm not defending Michael either, even though my guess is he and his accomplice were in a drugged out haze. Therefore to some extent it was an accident? no? cause I can't imagine anyone dismembering someone and leaving the body to decay in the other room, is in a right state of mind.. and by your logic people deserve a chance to turn their lives around when they make mistakes right? Or is that logic geared more towards drug dealers who sell coke and other lethal narcotics to drug addicts who eventually get to a point where they can't help themselves? You could throw the "people choose their lifestyles" thing right back in my face but you'd be a hypocrite too.

  22. JC says – reply to this


    Re: jil – Not totally fucked up in the head. just an example of what's wrong with society today.

  23. Lipstick says – reply to this


    Re: What A Tool – I never blame victims if they have no part to play in their own demise. Rape is an entirely different subject, the victims don't ask to be raped regardless of anything they decide to wear. My logic isn't "fucked up" just because it goes into the details of a subject that people can't grasp but your entitled to your opinion and you may disagree if you wish.

  24. Lipstick says – reply to this


    *you're (before some grammar nazi attacks because they can't rebuttal.)

  25. Carol Simmons says – reply to this


    Re: Lipstick – So I guess you are not going to answer my question, because I just can't believe you were not bright enough to catch it with your circular logic.

  26. Lipstick says – reply to this


    Re: Carol Simmons – Answer your question? Everything is phrased rhetorically. But yes one bullet would've sufficed and no nobody deserves to be dismembered, even a drug dealer. That's why I said I'm not defending Michael either, I'm merely looking at this from a two point perspective.

  27. You'reStillATool says – reply to this


    Re: Lipstick – And drug dealers don't ask to be murdered, dismembered, and dumped into a river despite any part you think they play in their own demise. Thanks. You played right into it. And you ARE defending, Michael. You're just trying to do it in a roundabout way, but none of your pseudo-intellectual ramblings, which at this point doesn't even qualify as logic, aren't going to dismiss the fact that Michael Alig is a cold-blooded murderer. I dare you to tell the family of the victim about your "perception." I'm sure that will give them comfort. Dumbass!

  28. Antoinette Marie says – reply to this


    First of all, the whole incident was a shame. But what outsiders have to understand is michaels personality is the biggest and best. There are very few artists and individuals like him left. So the problem you're having trouble understanding is that in this specific plot line we all fell head over heels in love with a villain. But we don't regret our actions for loving his personality and his movement. We are all opening arms and allowing him a second chance to lead his life, with his gifts. This world is filled with crooks and killers, it's only fair that for once in our corrupt system that the underdog be given a second chance. I wish him all the well. I hope he stays clean and leads a happy and creative life. We love you Michael! 💋💕

  29. Lipstick says – reply to this


    Played into it? so by your logic a rape victim and drug dealer are on the same level of innocence then.. Yeah that makes perfect sense.. and you call me the dumbass.

  30. Special Effects says – reply to this


    I never watched this movie. It is evil.
    I never liked Culkin either. I do not like Home Alone, either.