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‘I was strong, I kept desires under control’


Yesterday it was revealed the incest monster wanted to have sex with his own mother.

Fritzl made a sickening confession to his lawyer as he tried to explain away his appalling crimes against his children.

He admitted the “strong woman” was a key influence in shaping his twisted psyche – as was growing up in Nazi Austria during World War II.

Adolf Hitler had been given a rapturous welcome in Fritzl’s home town of Amstetten when he visited in 1938, around the time of the cellar fiend’s third birthday.


Fascists ... women in Fritzl's home town salute Nazis in 1938
Fritzl – who grew up to dominate two families, both above and below ground – said he took his belief in “strict discipline” and “the need to be controlled” from Hitler’s evil regime.

Rapist Fritzl, said by his neighbours to have been a brutal tyrant at home, said: “I always put a lot of value on good behaviour and respect.

“The reason for this is that I belong to an old school of thinking that just does not exist today.

“I grew up in the Nazi times and that meant the need to be controlled and the respect of authority. I suppose I took on some of these old values. It was all subconscious, of course.”



Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article1143313.ece#ixzz0UTSfYIQp

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