Deek 20: The Brutality Incident

released April 14th, 2006

by Matt Stroud

“Why is snuff, as a concept, so widely discussed – so inherently interesting, so often the topic of films, articles and discussions? More importantly, since it seems so obvious that someone, somewhere, at some point would’ve arranged and filmed a murder, why have none been found? How can we possibly accept that none have been made? Are we missing something?”

What Charlie Saw
by Jesse Hicks

“In 1966, Charles Joseph Whitman launched a rain of bullets from Austin’s Texas Tower and held a city in terror. Four decades later, we all live in Whitman’s World, and the bullets haven’t stopped.”

Abu Garb
That orange jumpsuit? So last season.

Et in Arcadia Ego
Photographs of the war-torn by Simon Norfolk.





Sir Millard Mulch


Atmosphere, Chromelodeon, The Constantines, The Fall of Troy, Horse the Band, Jaks, Inquisition, Spitfire, KG Fields, Arminarminarm, Ryan Lee Crosby, The Instances, Local Honey, Styuvesant, Lamb of God, Carol Blaze, Sworn Enemy, Children of Bodom, Last Night on Earth, A.R.E. Weapons, Marvin Dioxide, Bif Naked, Aydin



Vengeance Trilogy

Grizzly Man, The Staircase, Dear Wendy



Chris Cleave, author of Incendiary


Machete Season by Jean Hatzfeld, The Assassins’ Gate: America in Iraq by George Packer, Project X: A Novel by Jim Shepard, The Adversary by Emmanuel Carrere

Random Cultural What-Have-Yous:
The Golden Testicle Award

Punk / Counterpunk:
Should the Beatings Continue?

Bad Ideas:
The Sexual Sadists of Calaveras County

Smoke and Booze
Pravda Vodka and Punch Grand Cru

Conspiracy Theory:
Waco – Massacre or Mistake?

Champions of Brutality:
G.G. Allin

Letter From the Editor

Letters To the Editor

Underappreciated Scholar
The Scrolling Belt Buckle

People killed, maimed, disfigured or otherwise involved in the process of creating this Incident

Deek Magazine: Popular Underculture

Chief: Matt Stroud | Nonsense Management: Nate Bog(os/uszewski)
Visuals: Houston McIntyre | Master: Jesse Hicks
Minister of Propaganda: Ben Edwards | Willy Loman: Mo Mozuch
Fashionista: Tiffany Boden | Gallery Attendant: Wenying Wu
Bid’ness: Tashia Govan | Interns: Emily Newman, Nicole Sebula
Contributing Writers: Zach Braden, Katie Pegher, Lenny Flatley
Models: Alan Lai, Pam Elaine, Jessica “Davka” Trimbaud
Apologies To: Katherine

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