Tuesday, June 8, 2010


So in the story below we've got a perfect picture of how the criminal justice system works and why more and more people, if they have any real sense of justice, will take care of things themselves.

We've got a guy that sends a picture of his willy to a seventeen year old girl. He admits he did it and says he thought it was funny.

Now the girls Dad gets pissed off, rightfully so. He's going to call the cops but decides to inflict a bit of justice himself. Hey, his daughter was abused by this creep! I'd do the same thing. You know why? Because of the last line in the article: "Prosecutors declined to charge Moore in connection with the photo for lack of evidence, said district attorney's spokesman John Hall."

I'm sure that the Dad had as much confidence in justice being served as any other right thinking person would. He knew that this guy would be let off and his daughter would lose any faith she may have wrongfully placed in our system of official justice. But, you know what. His daughter has had her faith in her father reinforced. He did what fathers do and that's protect their family when possible and make sure justice is done when its not.

Not so long ago, Mr. Attwood would have been hailed as a hero. He didn't do any damage to the guy; he maybe just scared him a bit. More importantly, he sent a message to his family, and to his daughter in particular that he will do whatever he has to do to make sure they're safe. And, he sent a message even more important to the rest of the world, "Don't f*** with my family or I will come after you!"

Isn't that what men are supposed to do?

The sad thing is that now the guy that did the right thing will have his life ruined while the piece of crap sending pictures of his privates walks away to do it again. WHAT IN THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THIS COUNTRY???!!!!

"An angry father is accused of using a stun gun on a 23 year old man who sent his 17 year old daughter an explicit cell phone picture.

William Atwood Sr., 45, was charged Wednesday with multiple felonies in connection with the case.

Authorities say Atwood lured Justin Moore to his home, ordered him to strip down to his boxer shorts, and tied him up and tased him with a stun gun before turning him over to a sheriff's deputy.

Moore told authorities he sent a photo of his genitals to several friends, including Atwood's daughter, as a joke.

Atwood apparently didn't think the joke was funny when his daughter told him about the picture in January.

According to court records, Atwood called the Sheriff's Department saying that Moore sent pornography to a child.

Before detectives could investigate the claim, Atwood told deputies that Moore came to his home uninvited.

He admitted telling Moore to take off his clothes and says he bound his wrists and ankles with zip ties.

Deputies found Moore at Atwood's home naked, tied up and extremely frightened.

Moore tells a different story. He says that Atwood called him and asked him to come over to discuss the photo. When he arrived, Atwood was holding a shotgun, Moore told officials.

He says Atwood ordered him out of his car and fired a shot. Atwood pulled him off the ground by his feet, injuring his shoulder, according to Moore.

Atwood told Moore he had connections with the Pechanga tribe and was going to have him buried on the reservation, court records say.

Moore said he believed that Atwood was going to kill him.

A short time later, Atwood pulled out a handgun and a stun gun.

He shocked Moore on the shoulder for about 20 seconds and asked him how he liked it, court records say.

Moore said he was detained for about an hour before Atwood called the Sheriff's Department.

Investigators determined that Moore had received a call from Atwood about an hour before he called authorities and also found a text message Moore had sent to a friend on his way to Atwood's house, saying he was going to discuss the pictures.

"If I don't get back, let everyone know," he joked.

Investigators searched Atwood's home, seized zip ties, at least two stun guns and more than a dozen firearms.

The district attorney's office on Wednesday charged Atwood with making criminal threats, false imprisonment, assault with a stun gun, assault with a deadly weapon and other gun charges.

Prosecutors declined to charge Moore in connection with the photo for lack of evidence, said district attorney's spokesman John Hall.

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  1. So if Justin Moore had electronicly sent a photo of Mohammed detonating a nuclear weapon, then would he have been prosecuted?

    Answer = yes.

    And William Atwood would have been hailed as a politically correct hero.

    We cannot have dialogue with liberalism and progressivism. It simply has to be stamped out. Regrettably the time is coming when that's exactly what will have to happen.

    This is why I get so insanely angry that I lose my self control and simply lash out against these evil idolaters. Imagine - photographing your penis and showing the picture to a girl! What the heck is going through the minds of these teenagers?

  2. Evil is flowing through their minds like a flooded river, washing over every thought they have.

    The time is coming and may be upon us that if we want justice done we'll have to take care of it ourselves. Criminals should be tried by the people of the community in which the crime occurred, using simple English Common Law and the Constitution. We don't need all kinds of fancy rules and regulations, just common sense and a basic legal framework to function within.

    If the law doesn't return to the people and it isn't just and swift we are going to see the rise of vigilantism and a return of the "Regulators". We have to protect our towns and families from the lawless. If the courts won't do it, the people will.

  3. I agree 100%, Catawissa. I write that with sadness and trepidation. BUT we can't stand for what is happening today in what sadly passes for a court system.