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72 Year Old Man Kidnapped Daughters Murderer

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A 72 Year old man has kidnapped the person that was responsible for the rape and murder of his daughter almost 30 years ago.

http://thestir.cafemom.com/in_the_news/127723/hero_dad_kidnaps_daughters_rapist?utm_medium=sem2&utm_campaign=outbrain&utm_source=outbrain&utm_content=outbrain

What do you think?? Criminal or Hero??

Hero. Especially since he brought him to justice. If had been me, he would have been found strung up somewhere

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I have to agree. I don't think he should have to stand trial. He has suffered enough because of this man.

I say let him go and give him a Good Citizens Award and a badge to help someone elses parents get justice.

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I have to agree. I don't think he should have to stand trial. He has suffered enough because of this man.

I say let him go and give him a Good Citizens Award and a badge to help someone elses parents get justice.

I can't imagine the desperation of wanting to bring some justice to your child's murder. We, as a society, have got to stop looking at the criminal's rights and start looking at the rights of the everyday citizen. Why don't I have as many rights as someone who blatently disregards the law?

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I know, it is ridiculous. The man that abducted me has done less than 40 years for kidnapping and the murder of a 15 year old girl and is eligible for parole in Jan. 2013 after serving only a quarter of his 155 year sentence.

Why give them that long if you don't intend to keep them? I think it is mostly just to satisfy the public.

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I know, it is ridiculous. The man that abducted me has done less than 40 years for kidnapping and the murder of a 15 year old girl and is eligible for parole in Jan. 2013 after serving only a quarter of his 155 year sentence.

Why give them that long if you don't intend to keep them? I think it is mostly just to satisfy the public.

Well, I know in some places they also have a maximum sentence-which I find ridiculous. In my way of thinking...you do something against the law-especially when you cause harm to another human being, you have no rights, you conciously acted out in a way negative to society, you knew what you were doing, so you lose all human rights. They should be treated as they treat others.

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Hero......

If more people had the balls to do this, crime would be very low.

( for all crimes, public justice )

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This man should never spend a day in jail. Maybe we should go back to the day of the Bounty Hunter and get these criminals off the street.

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Even if kidnapping is a crime, seeing as that's all he did and just brought him to the police, I'd say he's definitely a hero. He deserves a medal for not doing worse to the guy, cause I probably wouldn't have that self control.

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Even if kidnapping is a crime, seeing as that's all he did and just brought him to the police, I'd say he's definitely a hero. He deserves a medal for not doing worse to the guy, cause I probably wouldn't have that self control.

:tu: I agree. I don't know how he didn't hunt this guy down to kill him.

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Even if kidnapping is a crime, seeing as that's all he did and just brought him to the police, I'd say he's definitely a hero. He deserves a medal for not doing worse to the guy, cause I probably wouldn't have that self control.

Nor would I. The rapist would really regret his actions.

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