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    Actor Zac Efron says white privilege is what allowed killer Ted Bundy to evade capture

    Hollywood actor Zac Efron, who plays Ted Bundy in the just-released new film “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile,” believes that the notorious serial killer of young women and girls had managed to evade capture for so long because of his alleged white privilege.

    “Ted Bundy is a vile, vile human being,” he said when asked at the Tribeca Film Festival this week by Fox News whether there’s any part of Bundy he finds redeemable. “There is no part of this at all… I can’t express how much I loathe the man that this movie is about.”

    “The fact is that this movie really happened. The fact is that the whole world, literally, all the media, everybody, was capable of believing that this guy was innocent. Talk about white privilege, talk about white… whatever. Every major topic in this movie is bent on showing you how evil this person is.”
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    I wouldn't say it was white privilege, Bundy was a sociopathic genius. He knew how murder investigations worked at the time, and knew how to leave as little evidence behind as possible. He also knew how to lure his victims and how to dump their bodies so that nature would take care of any evidence he did leave behind before the bodies were found. I think in today's age, with DNA technology, he would have been discovered earlier, with a much lower body count.
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