posted on May, 6 2014 @ 08:45 AM
a reply to: nighthawk1954
Well no one DESERVES to die violently, but no one deserves their home to be violated by uninvited guests, to be under threat in their own home, or to
be beaten, raped, tortured, or killed in their own home either, but that is the possibility that faces every victim of this type of crime.
These kids might not have deserved a bullet, IF they had not put themselves in a position whereby their behaviour represented a threat to another
persons life. Anyone who threatens someone's life, in their own home no less, is asking to get shot, AT BEST, and they, and their idiot families,
ought to understand that. There is no legitimate argument that can be made in defence of the deceased parties. Their actions lead to their own deaths.
They may as well have shot themselves in the head, or jumped of a bridge, or hung themselves.
If you play on the tracks, eventually you catch the train that kills you. It is not nice, it is not pretty, but it is inevitable. This indignant
behaviour on the part of the family may well be understandable, but it is not real. They know what those kids were doing, and what they would have
become if they had gotten away with it into adult hood. Everyone does. All they are doing is remembering the positives of those kids, rather than the
negatives which got them killed. It must be heart breaking for the family of those boys, but what they will realise in time, if they have any sense,
and can exercise it, is that those kids were doing something so wrong, so inherently wrong, that the only end result was violence and death for
I would hope that they recognise that at least this way, they will never have to live with the shame of raising murderers.