A “good” person

Why do people say that a murderer, a robber, a terrorist was a “good” person?

Is it because we don’t know what good means anymore?

(Note, after looking for the murderer=good thing I remembered reading, I found an article on murder in Victorian Ireland. He was a good man, his neighbors said, was a common refrain.)

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  1. They are saying that was their perception of him. He seemed nice and maybe did good things for people. They didn’t know he was eating children in his basement.

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