And especially don’t mess with our kids.
Because we WILL kill you. Dead.
An update to the case of the Texas dad who put a lethal smackdown upon a
TSA agent child rapist trying to rape his daughter, thanks to LC Intellectual Conservative:
Authorities say a Texas father who beat to death a man who tried molesting his 5-year-old daughter will not be charged.
Officials said the grand jury met Tuesday and declined to return an indictment against the father in the death of 47-year-old Jesus Mora Flores.
We can’t say that we’re surprised here, because we’d be lying. The only thing we’re slightly surprised about, but that may yet be to come, is that the town of Shiner hasn’t yet erected a monument to honor the father and given him the keys to the city for services rendered to keep our great state clean.
Won’t keep US, however, being an Emperor and all, from declaring this day, the 20th of June in the year of our L-rd, a day of national celebration of Justice.
On a more serious note, we offer our most sincere prayers for the dad and his family. We know, sir, that you are full of remorse for having killed. That is a fact of life for a true human, and nothing we can say will make that go away. You won’t forget it. We wish we could tell you otherwise, but we’d be lying.
What we want you to know is what you already know, deep inside, but it needs to be repeated: You did what had to be done. Sometimes life demands that we make a choice and the choices we have are all bad. But choose we must. Even choosing NOT to choose is a choice. You made yours, and it was the right one. You know this to be true. If you had it to do all over again, you would do the same thing. Think about the alternatives, because that is what you need to focus on now. Not what you did, but what the consequences of not doing it would be.
As hard as what you did will be to come to terms with, and it will be hard initially (but it will get easier with time, at least to live with it), the alternatives would have been infinitely harder.
Again, we know that you already know this. The rational part of you does. But right now the rational part of you isn’t all you have to deal with, so in this time, and it will pass, that is what you have to focus on every time your thoughts, your self-recriminations weigh you down. Out of a number of bad options, you chose the least bad one. You did what you had to do. You have the admiration of anybody with a heart for being able to make that choice in the heat of the moment, and you certainly have the admiration of your community. Nobody, NOBODY who is a human being holds what you did against you. They, I, we would ALL have done the same thing.
You have to keep that in mind, both for yourself, but also for your daughter. She needs you, and you have to be strong for her, but you cannot be that unless you find peace with yourself.
You can do this. Just know that we are all rooting and praying for you and that you will never have to buy a drink again in our company.
You did right.
G-d bless you and lend you strength.