James Jameson 11 Year Old Girl Cannibals

December 15, 2011 by staff 

James Jameson 11 Year Old Girl Cannibals, Some call the winter 2011 Jameson Whiskey commercial “rear” and “great.” Others don’t share the same view, as they are a bit concerned that the commercial showcases a company whose heir, James Jameson, reportedly bought an 11-year old girl whom he offered to to cannibals to be killed, cooked and eaten so that he could sketch it.
“The real Mr. Jameson purchased a child to have it cooked and eaten,” Katie Brooker wrote on her Twitter page. “Why isn’t that in the commercial?”

Brooker added a Google book link to a book by Tim Jeal titled Stanley: the impossible life of Africa’s greatest explorer of which page 356 describes in detail that Jameson made sketches of the girl being stabbed to death, dismembered, cooked, and eaten.

The Jameson Irish Whiskey – The Hawk of Achill commercial is centered around the a legend that stated that the Hawk of Achill terrorized Ireland for centuries. The hawk one day took a village girl and no one did anything. They thought the incident was “tragic.” Then the hawk ended up taking a barrel of Jameson whiskey and “that was another matter.”

A generous Jameson then set out to trap the greedy hawk by putting a man in an empty whiskey barrel with the mission to retrive the stolen barrel of whiskey. The hawk fell for the trick and brought the man back to its far-away nest where the stolen barrel of whiskey was found and the young woman was still alive. The Hawk didn’t want to give up the barrel of whiskey and it swooped down on the man only to end up being killed and it became the village’s dinner.

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