Three Bullets Ought to do It
August 29, 2009
Consider the man, Phillip Garrido.
He’s how CNN covered the story,
An 11-year-old California girl snatched from the street in front of her house in 1991 had two children with the man accused of taking her and was forced along with the children to live in backyard sheds, police said Thursday.
The girls, now 11 and 15, had been living with their mother, now 29, in a series of sheds behind Phillip Garrido’s house in Antioch, California, until they were discovered on Wednesday, Kollar said.
And here’s what Claudia Cowan of FNC had to say about it . . .
To think this poor girl had her first child when she was just 14 makes my skin crawl. To think of that man delivering the babies himself makes my skin crawl. To think she and her children were kept in sheds with sound proofed walls and only opening from the outside makes my skin crawl.
So what should be done with this monster once he is found guilty by a jury? I’d say life without parole is a good start.
Our Constitution forbids what really needs to be done but perhaps a nice firing squad is in order. Three bullets ought to do the trick. One between the eyes, one to the chest, and the last one RIGHT BELOW THE BELT!