Skip to comments.Carr: Bay State ‘justice’ needs an equalizer (why we need guns)
Posted on 08/18/2013 5:55:55 AM PDT by raccoonradio
The late Jennifer Martel didnt need a restraining order Thursday night, she needed a gun.
This is what happens when the population is disarmed.
They cant fight back. Kristina Hill and Benjamin Ray courageously risked their lives to save their defenseless neighbor, but what could they do with their bare hands against this monster?
They needed a gun, too.
The National Rifle Association has a host of slogans that drive moonbats crazy, probably because most of them are indisputably true. This is one of them:
When seconds count, police are minutes away.
Another one is, Id rather be judged by 12 than carried by six.
They dont call firearms the equalizer for nothing.
Jared Remy allegedly stabbed the mother of his daughter to death with a knife. We all know you dont bring a knife to a gunfight.
Its not easy to get a gun permit in many places in Massachusetts, in fact its almost impossible. Its not Politically Correct to own a firearm. But this is exactly the kind of state where its most imperative to own a firearm, given the utter breakdown of the criminal justice system.
Two weeks ago it was Amy Lord, allegedly butchered by a guy whose drivers license was given to the police by a woman hed tried to strangle in Roxbury. That was a police breakdown, but much more common is what happened with Jared Remy.
For more than 10 years, he ran amok in Middlesex County, beating one woman after another after another, always skating. In the halls of justice, the only justice is in the halls. Especially when no matter how horrific your behavior, you can always fall back on the eternal question:
Do you know who I am?
Reasonable doubt at a reasonable price thats all Jared Remy is looking for now. Already his J.W. Carney-lookalike mouthpiece is striking the all-too-familiar chords. Jared is a victim. Dyslexia. This is a tragedy for both families. (The lawyer is half-right.) Now more than ever, his daughter needs her father. We are told Jared had defensive wounds on his hands as if she started the fight.
We know how this ended, the Remy lawyer said Friday. But we dont know how it began.
Oh, but we do.
This is exactly why you need a gun. The more alleged compassion society shows for the perps, the more disposable their victims become.
The victim gets a red rose dropped at the murder scene, and her murderer gets hundreds of thousands in taxpayer dollars to hire a team of lawyers from San Diego.
Too bad Jennifer Martel didnt come up with the equalizer. Ditto, Amy Lord. Ditto, Aaron Hernandezs victims, and Whitey Bulgers too.
Heres another truth the bleeding-hearts find quite inconvenient. The recidivism rate among shot-dead murderers is zero.
The Boston Globe tweeted that in 2005, Jared Remy "kicked, punched, and dragged his then-girlfriend in their former home in Waltham."
>>This is what happens when the population is disarmed
JW Carney = Whitey Bulger's lawyer
Amy Lord was forced to withdraw money from ATMs and then was stabbed to death. Her alleged killer is being held and attempted suicide in his cell.
He can't tweet his way out of it now.
“Jerry Remy used his influence for years to help his cowardly, stupid son beat and terrorize defenseless women.”
Goddamn right! 15 TIMES this animals had been arrested and he was let out the other day on...PERSONAL RECOGNISANCE? Are you F**KING KIDDING??? If daddy wasn’t a former Red Sox player/current announcer, the animal would have been in jail years ago. How did the steroid freak get a job working for the Red Sox (we was fired, but still)?
The papers had the story of how REMY’S WIFE badgered the woman NOT to get a restraining order on the peach of a son. That in itself is a violation of the law.
ALL the Remys have blood on their hands. Better lawyer up, sh*tbags.
“Goddamn right! 15 TIMES this animals had been arrested and he was let out the other day on...PERSONAL RECOGNISANCE?”
Remdog’s whelp should have been put down years ago.
If they didn't clean up their act the first time they got away with it, they will only see their escaping jurisprudence as a license to continue their behaviour.
You’re 1,000% right!
>>The officers then decided to enter the building in order to remove the woman, later identified as Jenna Remy, 28, of Wayland, police said.
After crawling through the torn screen door, several attempts were made to open the main back door, but the lock appeared to be broken, according to reports.
As Remy reportedly attempted to break away from police, she was subsequently handcuffed. In the process, her phone fell to the floor and one of the officers bent down to pick it up. At that moment Remy reportedly kicked the officer in the buttocks.
Remy was then held to the wall to prevent any further assaultive behavior, and she was administered a burst of pepper spray in order to get her under control. Due to her tumultuous actions, another officer was reportedly accidentally pepper sprayed in the process.
I did not know about this little diddy. Thanks, Raccoon.
Weston (mom and dad), Wayland (angelic daughter), Waltham (peachy son)...they don’t exactly live in ghettos, huh?
Trash. All trash. And I’d bet a few $3.99/lb. Market Basket lobsters that the Martel’s already have lawyers ready to roll. Good!
Again, if these trash’s last name was “Hughes” or “Wilson” they would have been jammed up years ago. I guess it pays to be a slightly above average MLB player...
A bit off topic, but Howie is sounding mighty chipper today, and referenced something happening at the station that has made him VERY happy. I know he wants out of RKO...any idea what is going on?
And John Henry thinks this guy is some kind of credit to his organization, apparently.
Never mind, I answered my own question: http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/local_coverage/2013/08/howie_carr_tweets_about_jason_wolfe_s_exit
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