Skip to comments.Fort Worth man gets 99 years for raping girl, 12
Posted on 09/19/2013 10:37:31 AM PDT by moonshinner_09
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) A North Texas man has been sentenced to 99
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In cases like this he should have been given the death penalty.This little girl will be scarred and require a years professional help to overcome this ordeal if she ever can.This animal has outlived his usefulness to remain on this planet and deserves the death penalty.
I kinda liked the title of the last Sly Stalone movie, “bullet to the head”. I think that would be an appropriate thing in this case.
As a Texan old enough to remember, this sort of case and virtually all violent rapes did get the death penalty (many years ago).
NO REASON for this guy to avoid the death penalty.
“This animal has outlived his usefulness to remain on this planet and deserves the death penalty. “
That pretty much is a death sentence. Child rapist, in a Texas prison, you do the math.
Tarrant County, TX » Ricky D Davis
not nearly enough
if this had occurred in California he’d be given maybefive years,,,and then early release for any kind...of behavior
Bless that bouncer for having the decency to intervene.
Put him in with the general population and give him a taste of his own medicine.
Now that’s pretty much kept to horrific murder cases. If it hadn’t been, the rate of Texas executions, already quite notable, would have skyrocketed.
I don’t accept that such a situation is spiritually unrecoverable for the victim. That is a secular mind-trapped viewpoint that sells God way short. God did not go on vacation here. Neither did His plan — which sometimes does involve people who never did anything to court a specific misfortune running into grievous misfortune. Then if they go to the Lord and accept His changeless promise — they overcome and can become stronger than if it had never happened. It’s hell that plays the vengeance-frustrated violins of hopelessness here. That does not in the slightest excuse who committed the crime, but his account with the Lord is separate.
Anyhow. What would ever move someone like that to take his victim to a bar for more abuse. What kind of bar would that even BE? And that bouncer didn’t need to be a particular paragon of virtue to realize that what was being offered was from hell.
This isn’t Montana where you get 30 days or that place in the east where a guy recently got probation or Kalipornia where its considered a “life lesson”.
This is Texas.
0bama: “If I had a son, he would look like that.”
BTW... this would make a particularly chilling country western song. IMHO. It would come near to what is called “hixploitation” but if it purposely glorified God then it would avoid falling into that trap.
If 0bama had a son ...
Maybe that’s a tad unfair to the godless bleeding heart Barack who was so solicitous over the possible misfortune of Trayvon that he didn’t even consider how it looked.
We’re all in various fogs of sin on this mortal coil. For some, the fogs are clearing.
Anyhow, secular authorities, even when gone wrong, are not our worst enemies. Literal authorities of hell are.
Your opinion, not mine. More people have been murderd by their own governments than any other single cause. More wealth has been stolen by governments from their own citizens (taxes) than any other loss.
“More wealth has been stolen by governments from their own citizens (taxes) than any other loss.”
Don’t forget inflation. Ask anyone on a fixed income.
BTW, bad as governments are, Satan is The Enemy.
“If it hadnt been, the rate of Texas executions, already quite notable, would have skyrocketed.”
Not a bad thing, IMO.
I wouldn’t mind if all convicted child molesters got the death penalty. I think that would result in an inverted J curve in the number of executions.
Yes, I forgot to mention inflation - the hidden tax. Yet just about everyone is on a fixed income. Can you increase your income by 20% tomorrow? NO? Neither can I.
Satan is The Enemy
You give Satan too much credit. When you have 0bama, Feinstein, Holder, Schumer, McCain etc. you don't need Satan to work evil. They are quite capable of working evil all on their own. They look at what happened in the Soviet Union in the early part of the 20th Century and say to themselves that was really good for the government types like us. Let's do that here.
Yep, Ricky D. Davis is a son of Obama, in case you wondered.
“You give Satan too much credit.”
IMO, he is given far too little.
“When you have 0bama, Feinstein, Holder, Schumer, McCain etc. you don’t need Satan to work evil. They are quite capable of working evil all on their own.”
True, but how much more effective they are with his support and guidance.
“They look at what happened in the Soviet Union in the early part of the 20th Century and say to themselves that was really good for the government types like us. Let’s do that here.”
To me, an evil that vile must have its ultimate source in the father of lies.
Wouldn't miss a wink of sleep.
Argue with God, not me. The world decays, its treasures fleeting. Heaven doesn’t and its treasures aren’t, but demons are playing a con game trying to get men to refuse heaven. It’s all in the bible and all in plain text, no riddles to decipher.
In fact without a Satan there wouldn’t be ANY evil. With no lie to believe in the Garden, there would be no fall.
Now why God allowed evil at all is a question at the divine level, but we can’t just pack up our marbles and go home if we don’t like the answer, as if we could choose whether or not there is a God.
And anyhow once we get our spiritual eyes straight we can see that the battle is tilted ridiculously against Satan and the issue is what will WE believe. Satan’s power is in lies that he cons people into believing. And he’s a little pip squeak next to God. Once we start allowing ourselves to get power from God (and one of the foremost needs in this instant gratification day is patience, but by no means discount the rest) then we can be of great use to God against evil, displacing evil with God’s goodness anchored in God.
“Yes, I forgot to mention inflation - the hidden tax. Yet just about everyone is on a fixed income. Can you increase your income by 20% tomorrow? NO? Neither can I.”
Yes, but my income increased several-fold over my highest-earning three decades. I have no reasonable expectation of any real increase over the coming years, or even that my pension will keep pace with inflation.