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Ralph Rieckermann
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A former bass player for the hair band the Scorpions. Ralph has said that he has been to snuff parties before where people are murdered for entertainment.
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In an impromptu interview with TMZ - former Scorpions bass player Ralph Rieckermann says that he has been to snuff parties in Germany where people were murdered for amusement. Also that the elites that were attending were paying up to 100 thousand dollars to watch the murderers take place.

Rieckermann: “I went to one, one time I seen some really bad shit .. I think they, They actually killed people there and stuff ... they pay up to a hundred thousand big ones to see people get... I’m not kidding. I went to another one where literally I saw like the grossest - I wanted to throw up”

The young boys at TMZ show their immaturity and lack of respect for human life when they laugh at the thought of people being murdered.
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I went to one [snuff party], one time I seen some really bad shit .. I think they, They actually killed people there and stuff ... they pay up to a hundred thousand big ones to see people get... I’m not kidding. I went to another one where literally I saw like the grossest - I wanted to throw up
- 2012-04-21
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