|Have you seen this girl?
|Wednesday, June 5, 2002, at about 2:00 am, 14 year
old Elizabeth Smart was abducted from her bedroom at gunpoint by a man who
entered the Salt Lake City home through a kitchen window. (See
story here). At the time of her abduction, she was wearing red
pajamas. If you have seen this girl since then, please call the nearest
cop. Other than that, you can pray for the girl's safe return.
Now, on the topic of the waste of skin that took her . . .
The French have it right it one way. You'll recall that during Reagan's bombing of Khadafy, they wouldn't let us fly over their airspace? At that time I had them figured for pantywaists. But another incident changed my mind about the way the French do business.
In May 1993 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, Eric Schmitt held 21 preschool students hostage. The police sent him in some coffee. The coffee was drugged and the pot had a camera in it. When they saw by the camera that Schmitt was asleep, they went in and shot him dead. They didn't accidentally kill him while he was trying to escape, he didn't kill himself in the struggle. They went in and killed him. The spokesman said "We do not tolerate crimes against our children."
God bless the French.
The waste of skin that took Elizabeth Smart from her home does not deserve the carefully crafted justice system that we have developed. That system was intended for humans, not walking cancers. Please, if you see this man, do not turn him over to the police. Tell me where the sonofawh#$% is and I'll pay him a visit with a skinning knife and a 25 lb. bag of table salt.
In Brazil once someone took hostages in a building. A nasty crowd developed outside the building. The captors agreed to be turn themselves over to the police on the condition that the police protect them from the mob. The mob overpowered the police and set fire to the terrorists. I saw it on video. I'm guessing potential hostage takers saw the same video.
We're a civilized country. We don't believe in mob rule.We have a system. When people can enter our homes and take our children, we have a serious malfunction in that system. This is not an emotional reaction to the crime. It is very much driven by the left side of my brain. I have children. You probably have children. We need to rid our society of the cancer that believes they have a right to harm those children. If you can think of a better way to fix that problem, I'm all ears.