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Does this man go to church every Sunday? If so, he is totally missing the concept.The 2 basic rules of an Christiany Church are to "Do unto others and you would have them do unto you", and "Love they neighbors as thyself"
Would he do this to his grandchildrens pets? Would he want anyone else to do it to his grandchildrens pets?My guess the answer would be "no", so that makes him a really nasty person.
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It's the cat owners responsibility to protect their cats. Cats do very well on leashes and covered cats pens are not impossible to do.But, this man handled it all wrong. He could have told the neighbors what he was going to do, so they had a chance to protect their cats first.One of my pet peeves is people dumping unwanted animals out in the country, thinking they can fend for themselves. IT IS NOT TRUE. A tame cat has a hard time adjusting when it didn't learn to hunt at an early age. That, and as a person who lives in the country, we cannot absorb all of the pets people drop off. What this man is basically doing is removing his "problem" and giving it to someone else to deal with.
And the plot thickens....
John Quintanilla, Jr.—Latino, age 25 Sentenced to death in Victoria County, Texas By: A jury Date of crime: 11/24/02
Prosecution’s case/defense response: Quintanilla and another masked gunman robbed a small gambling parlor. One of the patrons, Victor Billings, approached Quintanilla, apparently to protect his wife Linda. Billings grabbed the barrel of the Quintanilla’s rifle. Quintanilla shot him three times, and fired at least three other shots, as well, injuring a couple of other patrons. Quintanilla was linked to a series of other armed robberies in the area in the same time span. Quintanilla had a substantial criminal record. While in jail awaiting trial on this charge, he made two “shanks” (knives) and attacked a guard in an escape attempt. Quintanilla confessed to the murder of Billings, but the defense tried to plant doubt that he was really the robber, suggesting that he was taking the blame for the husband of a relative. At the penalty phase, Quintanilla refused to permit his lawyers to present any evidence.
Maybe a refresher course is in order.
The prosecution spoke of a "moment of truth" in which a robber became amurderer while a defense attorney said it has yet to be proven beyond areasonable doubt that his client fired the fatal shots as lawyers squaredoff in the opening arguments of the capital murder trial of JohnQuintanilla Jr. on Tuesday in Victoria.
Quintanilla, 27, is charged with the Nov. 24, 2002, shooting death of60-year-old Victor Billings, a former Jackson County deputy and Ednaresident, during the robbery of Action Amusement Center at 3805 N. JohnStockbauer Drive in Victoria. District Attorney Dexter Eaves is seekingthe death penalty.
"That moment of truth is when everything somebody believes in crystallizesand they realize that it is not going according to plan," Eaves told thejury of 5 women and 7 men.
Quintanilla and his partner had a plan for the robbery at the amusementcenter, Eaves said. "His intent was to go in, steal money, rob them andleave."
It was while one of the men was inside the office and Quintanilla wasstanding in the customer area of the business that Billings approachedQuintanilla, Eaves said. "Right next to where the clerk was being robbedwas (Billings') wife."
Billings grabbed the barrel of the rifle and pulled the muzzle against hischest "so that no one else would be shot," Eaves said.
Quintanilla fired the 9mm carbine rifle 3 times, he said.
Eaves said it was during that second before the sound of the 1st bulletechoed through the building that Quintanilla had his moment of truth.
"What are you willing to live for and what are you willing to die for?"Eaves said. "I believe the evidence will show you that John Quintanillafor $2,000 was willing to take anybody's life....
Eaves added that right after shooting Billings, Quintanilla noticed twoother customers trying to leave through the front door. "He aims and firesat the doorway, head high," Eaves said.
"While Victor Billings was laying on his face trying to get his lastbreath, police were outside trying to secure the scene so that EMS did notget shot," said Eaves.
Jennifer, are you kidding? No one confesses to a murder they didn't commit. Police do not threaten to kill a family member. People have lawyers for that kind of thing. There were eye witnesses and I'm betting that you weren't one of them, right?More than likely you were told a bunch of bull and were ignorant enough to believe it.
*ding, ding, ding, ding*Congratulations! You did exactly what I thought you were going to do. Now that you got that grand "revelation" out of your system, try to figure out who I come back as next. I'll be waiting and watching. *grin*You're not the only one that knows how to play games.
All of this holier-than-thou attitude coming from someone who had how many aliases before you finally printed your name? And, sometimes more than one at a time.I never just quit, I just couldn't stomach a stalker anymore, and a lunatic stalker at that. I feel that coming on again, so tootaloo.
fanatical as ever. You take this stuff way too seriously. LOLYou actually keep files of posters??? LOL LOL LOL
What you don't get is that I'm the only one that gives you the time of day. Have you noticed that? Now if you want to go all psycho again, I'll do the same thing I did last time. Your choice.
HUH? Where did that come from. We were discussing anonymous posters.
It's also following a husbands wishes. He told me NOT to identify myself anywhere on the net and, as a good wife, I'm respecting his wishes.I used to go by Suzy and that was a name of a childhood friend, not mine.