Rough Justice

How’s this for a day-before-Halloween story?  A lady who works as a nurse at Walter Reed Hospital was in Buzzy’s Country Store the other day and discussed having known and worked with the man responsible for the Ft. Hood shootings.  (For more info click here.)  She suggested a solution on how to handle the upcoming trial and ultimate resolution of what to do with the guy:  have a raffle/auction for people to be a part of a firing squad to execute him.  (Remember that this is taking place in Texas where executions are very common.)   She pointed out that doing this would raise some money for the victims’ families as well as ensure that justice is served.     Will never happen of course but is an interesting suggestion.

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Rough Justice

How’s this for a day-before-Halloween story?  A lady who works as a nurse at Walter Reed Hospital was in Buzzy’s Country Store the other day and discussed having known and worked with the man responsible for the Ft. Hood shootings.  (For more info click here.)  She suggested a solution on how to handle the upcoming trial and ultimate resolution of what to do with the guy:  have a raffle/auction for people to be a part of a firing squad to execute him.  (Remember that this is taking place in Texas where executions are very common.)   She pointed out that doing this would raise some money for the victims’ families as well as ensure that justice is served.     Will never happen of course but is an interesting suggestion.

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Rough Justice

How’s this for a day-before-Halloween story?  A lady who works as a nurse at Walter Reed Hospital was in Buzzy’s Country Store the other day and discussed having known and worked with the man responsible for the Ft. Hood shootings.  (For more info click here.)  She suggested a solution on how to handle the upcoming trial and ultimate resolution of what to do with the guy:  have a raffle/auction for people to be a part of a firing squad to execute him.  (Remember that this is taking place in Texas where executions are very common.)   She pointed out that doing this would raise some money for the victims’ families as well as ensure that justice is served.     Will never happen of course but is an interesting suggestion.

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Rough Justice

How’s this for a day-before-Halloween story?  A lady who works as a nurse at Walter Reed Hospital was in Buzzy’s Country Store the other day and discussed having known and worked with the man responsible for the Ft. Hood shootings.  (For more info click here.)  She suggested a solution on how to handle the upcoming trial and ultimate resolution of what to do with the guy:  have a raffle/auction for people to be a part of a firing squad to execute him.  (Remember that this is taking place in Texas where executions are very common.)   She pointed out that doing this would raise some money for the victims’ families as well as ensure that justice is served.     Will never happen of course but is an interesting suggestion.

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