Remember the man who imprisoned his daughter for 24 years and fathered 7 children with her-- three of whom he also kept locked away from the light of day? (I wrote about the story not long ago.) Now he's upset with the media coverage of his case. (You may wonder how he knows what they're saying about him. Perhaps his legal representation has told him-- or family? Maybe, but he can see it for himself, as he has a TV in his cell. He's had it tough in jail so far, you can tell.)
Fritzl insists that he is not the "monster" he has been made out to be by the media. He doesn't deny what he did, but apparently he feels that because he allowed the children of his incestuous crimes to live, he deserves some sympathy points. "I could have killed all of them, and no one would have known," he reminds us.
Oh, no, he's not a monster!