A Window to the Soul

Remember those two subhuman savages who stopped just short of killing a young handicapped man who had befriended one of them while two sisters streamed it live on Facebook and laughed as they did?

One of the two was sentenced last week to eight years in prison. The headline in the Chicago Sun Times that day said the judge gave him a tongue lashing before sentencing him. Here’s what the judge said:

“Every time you take an act like this particular terrible act against this young man who couldn’t defend himself, you spit on the graves of all these folks that surround you in this courtroom,” the judge said.

NOW LOOK INTO THOSE EYES AND TELL ME THERE IS ANY POWER ON EARTH THAT COULD MOVE HIM.
Cold, dead, no soul, no happiness. Just violence and rage. That’s what’s being bred today. Nothing anyone can do or say will change them.

https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/07/06/chicago-man-gets-8-years-for-facebook-live-abduction-beating-of-disabled-teen/

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2 responses to “A Window to the Soul

  1. …eight years in prison…

    Vic is Pete’s counterpart of sorts over at Ace of Spades – great links and commentary. Vic likes to apply the rule of “what would they have done 100 years ago?” I don’t think “eight years” would’ve been the verdict.

    But I’m sure this young man will emerge from our criminal rehabilitation services with his life turned around, ready to be a productive and *CHOKE* *COUGH* *HAA-KAACK* Sorry. Couldn’t finish that without choking.

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  2. Lawrence Lyon

    Wrong conclusion. A guy named Saul looked on approvingly as others murdered another fellow named Steve with rocks, and later murdered other innocent folks.

    The back-from-the-dead Jesus scraped Saul’s insides clean and totally remade him, and turned him into a new man who sacrificed the rest of his life for Christ and others.

    The power of God to do this is real, active, and available. Pray that God makes this young man an utter trophy of His grace. It happens. But first, you’ve got to say “uncle” to God yourself. You have to knuckle under and let Him clean you up first; otherwise, He’s not guaranteeing a listen to any prayer you pray on behalf of this Chicago black guy.

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