posted on Dec, 26 2009 @ 05:57 PM
Stories like this make me want to start some sort of vigilante group. I wouldn't mind dedicating my entire time keeping defenseless people safe. I
mean, I don't say this in the tone of a badass that can survive getting shot 500 times, and can lift up a car with one arm, but I just don't like
seeing genuinely good people being the victim of society. Why should they suffer and be scared to walk out their doors?
The people that perpetrate these crimes need to be the ones that feel the fear. Having them committed to institutions only makes criminals more
desensitised to what they do to people. Their guilt just becomes a void. Every dollar they steal, every person they beat just becomes a way of life
for them, and they increase their acceptance in criminal society with "street cred".
I would very much like to put a knife in the throat of one of these guys and see the life drain from them. I mean, some of you may say "Why would
someone want to do that? That's sick!" Well, hey. It may not be something I would like to do, but some people really do deserve nothing less.
The only bad thing about a vigilante group, though, is the fact that you'd end up being classed as criminals for keeping the streets safe. Plus,
there could be those in your group that could let the false sense of power go to their head and use their power to rule over others. Hence, take away
the purity of the cause.
I mean, seriously, long story short. Why do these people get second chances and stuff while good people die? Why do some of them never stray away from
the path of crime?