Monday, April 13, 2009

News Reel - Chase down suspect

This is really quite a sad story. Highly decorated US navy SEAL, Marcus Luttrell, was given a dog when he returned from Afghanistan to "help him heal". When he found his dog shot dead outside his home, he helped police capture the suspects after a high-speed chase through three counties!

Texas war hero helps chase down suspects for police after his dog is shot

Here's a quote that I particularly like:

"Luttrell [war hero owner] tells the Houston Chronicle that he warned the 911 operator to "get somebody out here because if I catch them I'm going to kill them.""

I wonder what he did to the guys when he did catch them ... they don't say in the article. Hate to say it, but I hope he beat the living daylights out of them ... is that sadistic? Sorry - guess I've had a rough few weeks.

7 comments:

Chessbuff said...

On a day that I feel benevolent, I'd suggest to Mr. Luttrell some plastics ties and a blow torch.

GoLightly said...

Me, too, DDF.
Me, too. That isn't REALLY sadistic, unless you do it.
Hoping someone else does it?

"normal"

giantspeckledchihuahua said...

sadistic, no...

I'm with the rest of you...the world wouldn't miss many of the humans (using that term for lack of a better one) roaming around crapping on everyone and everything in their path.

Lisa Krempasky said...

Marcus Luttrell is a true American hero and deserving of our support and thanks.

johnlon said...

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DogsDeserveFreedom said...

Phew! Glad I'm not the only one on the crazy train! Here I was feeling guilty for thinking those violent thoughts.

Thoughts said...

I hope he beat the crap out of them too.