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originally posted by: Wildthing
a reply to: FyreByrd
I've done that. Wouldn't it be better for his wife and sons to know he didn't do that to them? Or at least have an alternate explanation for why this happened?
originally posted by: borntowatch
You know its not my business and it is because you asked.
As a Christian I would say on your friends behalf, "stay out of this and look after yourself and others, I believe a justice is coming and you dont need to be caught up in what I was".
As I understand Charlie couldnt live his life on the sidelines, thats a good thing. He didnt expose his family to what he saw as a threat, I assume? He saw the potential danger and avoided people so they wouldnt be caught up in the trouble.
He laid low because of the circumstances, he realised that he couldnt win this fight.
I dont think its a bad thing to step back and protect yourself and yours, at least think about the ramifications of your actions first.
Charlie was a Christian, he would believe that Gods justice will be done, that is enough.
If you do decide to engage, then first think about what you have to lose, do it for yourself not Charlie.