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Contemporary Authors: Biography - Bliss, George William (1918-1978) [HTML] [Digital]

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1.0 out of 5 stars The facts September 25, 2009
George Bliss was a sadistic, power-hungry, drug addict, alcoholic with a ferocious temper. He physically, emotionally battered his second wife in particular and turned his violence on innocent children.

He thought nothing of plagiarism and fabricating stories as this "man' was immoral, amoral in every aspect of his sordid life. Power-hungry, he destroyed people for sport and self-aggrandizement.

He manipulated other reporters to do the work he was incapable of doing himself. He is guilty of entrapment. Aptly disguised as a derelict, he fabricated "facts" in order to close down a nursing home that was doing a fine service to the community.

Early one morning he put a bullet in the head of the woman who self-lessly and compassionately that raised 6 of his children (5 of them stepchildren who had lost their mother) as she slept. Then he turned the gun on himself.

Had he with malice aforethought, murdered a stranger no one would dare embrace his mediocre at best writing ability.

At present, he is frying in the depths of Dante's Inferno- bottom level reserved for the foulest of demons.
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