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    I don't believe in advocating violence or in taking law into your own hands. As far as I'm concerned in this matter, the molester committed suicide when he chose his course of action. Sounds like the father was within his rights. Best thing the public can do is give the family the privacy they deserve. I'll save my sympathy for the victim in this case.
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    Catching the guy in the act is not an act of a vigilante. It is a crime of passion. Think of the money this guy saved the local government with a trial and imprisonment.
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    Ironwolfe is correct. Legally, this is considered self-defense in the third person - the father was defending his daughter.
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    As the father of two girls and one boy I do believe I would have reacted in the same manner. Tough shiz you dirty nasty perv.
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    As someone else already pointed out, this was an act of defending his four year old daughter against being harmed. The father has full community support. After an autopsy on the perv, it will likely be presented to a grand jury. Unless the investigation reveals other details than we now have, a grand jury probably will find the father was justified. Texas has a "stand your ground" law much like the one being tested in Florida re: Martin/Zimmerman.
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    I'm all for the law, but I have no sympathy for child molesters. If it turns out that's what was going on, then good for him. One less we have to worry about.
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    He beat him to death out of anger. He had already got the daughter to safety. How can you be in favor of that and "all for the law"?
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    See where I said I'm all for the law, BUT....its an opinion of mine that child molesters should be given the death penalty. So yea, if it turns out that was what happened, then he saved the people money from paying for him to sit in jail. If you have a child, you should understand. Find someone molesting them, and see what you do in that situation.
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    I'm glad he saved his daughter. I'm glad he killed him too. She'll never have nightmares of him coming back nor will any other child.
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    Kudos to this dad! He stood up for his daughter. I hope the courts don't make him out to be a criminal. He was protecting his child. Isn't that his job as a parent?
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    No, he wasn't protecting his child. He had already got his daughter to safety, when he separated her from the attacker. What he then did was out of anger.
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    And rightfully so! He should be angry. He reacted as any sane person would. Have you known or ever been molested/raped? It is an infuriating idea that makes you go berzerk in your head. It's terrible, and although I never acted on it, statute of limitations had already passed once I found out, I have definitely thought about it more than a time or 2. If that isn't your reaction to protect your child or loved one in that way then you are a sad excuse of a person. I would even venture to say I would feel the same way if I saw that happening to a complete stranger.
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    In Texas this man was defending his daughter, what would you have him do? One has the right to bear arms in defense of self or family and or property etc.. This country needs more fathers who come to the aid of their children and wives!
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    He had already got his daughter to safety when he separated her from the attacker. He then lost control and beat the guy to death. That's not defense.
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    Why would it matter? Your not suggesting that Sharpton and company only care about black people are you? Why that would make him a racist!
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    I don't think the dead molester was black but your comment made me laugh out loud thinking about Sharpton... a dead molester... "We will much...uhh...conversate about whether or not the molester was should have been in the barn in the first place... Who in their right mind would allow a child molester into a barn alone with his daughter. This was premeditated murder of a black child molester simply because he was molesting while black."
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    No, I wasn't suggesting the molester was black. I don't know why ,but I had a funny picture of Sharpton trying to get Medea coverage by defending this molester.
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    I have a feeling that the molester was Hispanic male, though I have no proof as of yet. As for Al Sharpton, he once visited a White man in the hospital who was literally a**-raped by the cops. A police officer had shoved his radio antenna inside him. The man wasn't even a suspect, just in the wrong place at the wrong time.
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    I agree wholeheartedly with the father...all child molesters should be beat to death...they are not worthy of the air they breathe!
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    Even if he would of beat him to death years later it wouldn't bug me.the way I see it child molesters and rapist deserve death,and not a humane death either.
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    The father crossed the line and should be considered a murderer. Those that think he was right in murdering another human being should get psychiatric help! Thou shalt not kill means just that no matter what no excuses! The ones in office who are letting a killer loose should be terminated!
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