Jutice Texas Style

#2
Watched this on the news last night, which also played the 911 call. The bloke was clearly distraught that the molester was dying on him, and good to see that common sense and moral justice were the order of the day. Wife observed that the judgement was spot on, but she had no confidence that the UK system would have come to the same conclusion.
 
#7
And our poor Biped still in clink for getting a bit stabby.
A bit stabby may an apt name for the STAB **** but in reference to his actual crime he almost disembowelled his victim.

I hope Biped is now the very loose girlfriend of the whole prison wing.
 
#8
What is significantly different to how this would have been dealt with in the UK is that "The father was not arrested, but was investigated for homicide."

Now it is only right and proper that he was investigated but this goes to show that there is no necessity to arrest someone to investigate whether a crime has been committed.
 
#12
A bit stabby may an apt name for the STAB **** but in reference to his actual crime he almost disembowelled his victim.

I hope Biped is now the very loose girlfriend of the whole prison wing.
Am I missing something? Biped from this site?
 
#15
Watched this on the news last night, which also played the 911 call. The bloke was clearly distraught that the molester was dying on him, and good to see that common sense and moral justice were the order of the day. Wife observed that the judgement was spot on, but she had no confidence that the UK system would have come to the same conclusion.
I didn't see it on the telly but having read the report on this thread, I completely agree with your view about the Texas decision.

In terms of a UK scenario, I think it's a matter of judgement of each case based on it's merits. Of course different people have different views depending on the circumstances of what happened and what was done about it.
 
#16
I didn't see it on the telly but having read the report on this thread, I completely agree with your view about the Texas decision.

In terms of a UK scenario, I think it's a matter of judgement of each case based on it's merits. Of course different people have different views depending on the circumstances of what happened and what was done about it.
The big difference being, IMO, that Texans in particular have a highly developed sense of what's right and wrong and act and behave accordingly. They are not swayed by sob stories about difficult childhoods, absent fathers, drunk mothers, misunderstood religions etc etc. Whether it be crimes against the person or property, if you are out of line you deserve, and should expect, what's coming to you.
 
#17
Watched this on the news last night, which also played the 911 call. The bloke was clearly distraught that the molester was dying on him, and good to see that common sense and moral justice were the order of the day. Wife observed that the judgement was spot on, but she had no confidence that the UK system would have come to the same conclusion.
Google Cecil Cooley stabbing.

Didn't even get to court in the UK.
 
#20
Am I missing something? Biped from this site?
I actually sent Biped a very supportive PM on learning of his incarceration but suprisingly he hasn't yet replied. I thought prisoners were allowed a stint on the tinternet these days?

When I said supportive PM I actually meant hate filled vitriol.
 

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