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Originally posted by Alxandro
The dad should be made an honorary Texan and the judge that released this freak should be held accoutable to some degree.
At least the freak left this world the same way he came in, in his birthday suit.
Originally posted by Leviatano
As much as I think that "justice" (key note on the quotations around it) was served to the offender, how much do you want to bet that the guy who in an act of protecting his daughter will be tried? Don't mean to rain on anyone's "Go protective father parade!" just that it seems that even in your own home if you are protecting yourself or your family. If you step over that invisible line you will be fined or possible jail time.
"Nobody wins," McNally told The Indianapolis Star. "It's a lose-lose situation for everybody. He has family also."
Originally posted by jackinthebox
True justice. No cops, no judges, no lawyers, no parole. See how easy that was?