Skip to comments.Graphic testimony heard in Va. beheading case
Posted on 06/01/2009 3:28:10 AM PDT by Cindy
CHRISTIANSBURG, Va. (AP) SNIPPET: "Each time he looked up, Cox said, Zhu was on top of Yang, who was on the floor. Zhu stared at Yang's face as he cut through her neck, Cox said.
"It wasn't really an angry face at all," said Cox, at that point the only witness to the gruesome events. "It was just a really blank, determined look."
By the time police arrived, Zhu was holding the woman's head in his hand, an officer testified."
A Look at Zhu:
Had this happened 30-40 years ago, rather than everybody running and hiding, half of the patronage would have attacked the attacker and beaten him into submission by the time the cops arrived, possibly saving the girl’s life.
For all the “violence is evil” crowd, consider this case where the violent are allowed to continue their lust until they are temporarily satiated.
As long as America makes provisions to accommodate sin, the exceedingly sinfulness of sin will bear bad fruit. Today, we turn our head towards other lusts such as fornication, homosexuality, and a litany of other vice with the proviso that it doesn’t hurt society as long as performed in private. When similar heinous acts such as this occur in public, rather than immediately seeking justice, Americans are more interested in the titillation of their imagination or seeking to have their ears tickled.
The really scary part of this story is to consider how many contemporaries of Zhu are out there, but with just enough self-control to wait until they can attack their victims in private.
I noticed too that no one stopped to help the woman, everyone rushed out the door and left her to die. That should make them all feel really good and proud, especially the men.
At that time most able bodied males were veterans and I suspect, in better physical condition.
It also wasn’t publicly acceptable for a man to strike a woman, which would have met up with about anybody and everybody going after the male perpetrator.
It’s not as if this act occurred within seconds.
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