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No charges for dad who killed daughter’s rapist

- June 20th, 2012

This story has been popping up all over the place.

Thoughts?

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10 comments

  1. pinkypie says:

    Looks like we could learn a thing or two from those Texans. Just wish the father and daughter weren’t so traumatized.

  2. Raster says:

    As someone with a young daughter… God Bless Texas! There are very few times in which I feel killing should go unpunished, but this is one of them.

  3. bob munro says:

    Time to change some laws around here , pardner !

  4. Jaftica says:

    we still have the right to defend our family in view of our very lax punishment rules.

  5. Charlotte says:

    It’s interesting that the story makes a point of how the father never intended to kill, and was actually concerned for the criminal.

    It’s nice to see that even under the worst of circumstances, some people can be truly decent human beings.

  6. paul branton says:

    brilliant, let’s just murder all the criminals

  7. joan hill says:

    Years ago, I read in the paper about a woman in Germany whose daughter had been raped and murdered. In court, when the verdict of guilty was read, she stood up and shot the creep. People cheered and I* was cheering here in Canada. I believe she got about a 2 year sentence. I have always thought I would do the same.

  8. a says:

    It’s a small step from the attitudes expressed here to descending into the savage so-called “honour killings” and revenge and retalliation, and “tribal” killings that exact an eye-for-an-eye.

    Can we tolerate the similar logic in the world of gang-land and mob-rule killings?

    Still, we root for the iconic film characters of Charles Bronson, Clint Eastwood, and Billy Jack to even the score.

  9. pinkypie says:

    I’m with “joan hill”…I’d kill the creep too and gladly serve the time afterward…some things are just worth it!

  10. a says:

    I must add: I’m glad the father did what he did to the perv. I would only hope if I were a father, or if my own father faced a similar circumstance, the child would be defended first, and the legal system would be answered to later.

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