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Reader: Horatio Caine of CSI: Miami Responds to the Murder of Tyler Hadley's Parents

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Tyler Hadley's allegedly murdering his parents with a hammer before throwing a party at their place is a terrible event, as evidenced by reader reactions to someone posting an advertisement for their murder-scene cleanup company in the comments section.

But as someone once tastelessly said, "You can't spell 'manslaughter' without 'laughter,'" so we'll make light of Hadley's allegedly bizarre and moronic course of action.

Therefore, here's the comment from Tien Truong, which we've placed in the legendary CSI internet meme based on character Horatio Cain's melodramatic one-liners:


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