reply to post by Hack28
Believe it or not it gets weirder.
That was the second time in my life I used a bat to beat someone abusing women.
The first time landed me in jail but in the end I beat the charges.
I beat someone who raped a friend of mine and I went too far.
She was too scared to press charges so he got away with it.I didn't
Part 2 of my experience is he came back a few months later.Thankfully I wasn't here.
He came back with a gun and pulled it out in front of a few people in my building and they called the cops on him.
They caught him running down an alley but he ditched the gun by the time they got him.He was out the next day as usual.
Basically he came back to get some of his belongings but was scared I was gonna beat him again so he brought it for protection.
I agree with you tho...if I had a gun he would have been dead and possibly so would I.
When it comes to letting the police do their jobs...sometimes I prefer my way.Their little investigation did nothing to stop what was happening and i
think even they were happy about it.
The girl was covered in bruises and some the size of a basketball.
She had a small mark across the bridge of her nose that looked like a piece of shoe tred.
I will say it again.
Would i do it again??
Absolutely...sometimes the law is the biggest crackhead I have ever seen.
In the end I take my hat off to the police for telling me to correct what I just said by saying the right thing which they worded for me so they had
no reason to charge me.
With a prior conviction for an assualt with a weapon (baseball bat) that could have gone VERY badly.
It seems even they knew it was the right thing to do.
I also didn't go as far as i did the last time and the difference was he ran in my apt...the other time I invited the guy over and locked the door
and had my way with him.
Thankfully the police saw the difference.
Sorry if this is too much information.
Thats my experience.