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Thursday, June 14, 2012

Texas Rancher Beats Child Molester To Death

I lived in Texas for close to 20 years, worked the oil field, construction, and a whole host of other jobs. I was even a state Juvenile Corrections officer for a couple of years. Graduated from Texas A & M with a B.S. in Sociology and have a AA in mostly nothing useful. When I read this story and later listened to the quivering outrage from a few liberals outside the state wanting the Rancher to face a Grand Jury and be charged with a crime, I had to laugh. I have a better chance of being taken bodily into heaven and sitting at Gods right hand than this man has of being charged with a crime. In a few of the big cities it might have happened, maybe and that's a big maybe. This however happened in Shinner Texas and in Shinner they make a pretty good beer and cows, lots of cows. I have more than a passing acquaintance with both and with the people who make the beer and raise the cows. Here's a simple rule of thumb, folks in Texas don't much like thieves, child molesters, murders, muggers rapists and the like and if while engaged in the practice of said activities someone has a really bad crime day they don't much give a rat ass how he or she came to have that really bad crime day. So if crime is your chosen profession I suggest practicing your profession somewhere else. That bad crime day could be yours if you decide to make Texas your home.

CNN Mocks Texas Town for Backing Father Who Killed Pedophile
June 13, 2012

CNN has, in their usual fashion, patronized rural America once more.

In their coverage of the Shiner, Texas case where a rancher found a man attempting to sexually molest the rancher’s four-year-old daughter and beat the molester to death with his bare hands, CNN couldn’t resist the opportunity to lampoon such primitive behavior.

The report begins with the female reporter’s voice-over: “When you hear what happened in Shiner, this town will be known for more than just beer.”

Already the town is belittled for its championing of that “low-class” beverage.

H/T Breitbart


  1. I'm surprised they didn't feature Banjo music, toothless moonshine drinking Cowboys, and pickups as a lead-in for the story. Television news and entertainment has far too long pushed a stereotype when it comes to Texas and the South.

    As far as the Father in this case, I would have done the same thing. I'm not talking about intentionally beating a man to death. I would have clobbered the hell out of him. The fact the man died is just the end result. And CNN is right - they don't have all the facts.

    By the way - my Father was from Checotah Oklahoma and never owned a pickup in his life. He listened to Rock N Roll (he did like Reba) almost to the day he died. So much for stereotypes.

    1. They don't understand the type of folks that live in area's of the country that isn't covered or paved over