Originally Posted by feldspar
I said I wasn't going to argue semantics, but look up "cold blooded" in the dictionary. It doesn't say anything about "planned, prepared, and committed in a fashion designed to evade getting caught." I think you are referring to first-degree murder, and again, I'm not talking about the law.
He killed the mother of his infant child in front of his own mother, dude. I'd say that takes a bit of the old "cold blood." Look it up. The reason why cannot have been a good one, let alone justified. I don't care what set him off. Then he killed himself in front of his bosses without regard of how that might affect them
And it's your contention that he murdered the mother of his child in front of his own mother in "cold-blood"? Per the dictionary definition, "Lacking feeling or emotion: a cold-blooded killer. Executed without feeling or emotion"? Something tells me you don't have a very good read on this situation.
Words mean things, I suggest you learn the meaning of them before lecturing anyone about what they mean AS FAR AS YOU'RE CONCERNED.