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Justice Served for Jordan Davis…

Posted on 10/17/2014 at 8:41:57 PM

Michael Dunn...Monster.

Michael Dunn…Monster.

Praise God! There is a monster off the street today thanks to our justice system. All through this long two year ordeal surrounding what has happened to one of our country’s children, I have been sad for the fact that people like Michael Dunn are walking around on this planet taking up valuable space and air that could be better had by one more deserving. the perpetrator of this heinous crime is a meat bag of human waste.

Jordan’s mother is a saint for being able to move past the horror of what has happened to her family and her boy, and I hope that I can be more like her every single day of my life. I have never seen a stronger family with such a strong faith in God in my whole entire life. If anything good comes from this tragedy, it is a model for living that is lived for real by the family of Jordan Davis.

I hope this monster gets exactly what he deserves in prison. When the news that he had received life plus 90 years for he had done floated through my range of hearing a tear came to my eye. Yes. Justice is done this day.

My kids are grown. The world is such a different place today than it was when I was raising them. Back when I was a parent of young teenaged kids I never worried about things like this, a statement every generation makes as the torch is passed from mother and father to daughter and son. We live in a very strange world that makes me wonder what this world is coming to where when a young black child is murdered over the volume of the music he is listening to by a racist man with an itch to kill someone – anyone! – who doesn’t oblige his whims. He could have murdered anyone that night…even me…if my radio was crooning from my car had I the unfortunate occasion to park next to his.  The victim was random; the murder a ticking time bomb just waiting to explode. Michael Dunn had black in his eyes and hate in his heart. Instead of calling 911 after emptying his gun into that red SUV, he went home to walk his dog and celebrate over pizza and rum. “I would have put 50 bullets into that car had I had the chance” he said in court. Indeed, sir. It is a shame that we don’t have the same opportunity regarding your worthless life. My faith waivers whenever I see or hear of this sort of thing happen anywhere in the world. But this day my faith is restored and I can feel good about the day. One day at a time.

I pray for Jordan’s family. I ask God to give them some peace and healing, although I know that will never be a reality for them. But at least they can rest easy that this poor excuse for a human being is off the street and won’t be able to kill another child. If only Trevon Martin’s family could have this experience. Or Michael Brown. Or any of the other families that we have heard about lately and even the one’s that we have not, if only they, too, could get some peace in their sould over the imjustice that has been done to their own families. But this is a start, yes. It is a good beginning.

Rest with Jesus, Jordan. Your day of justice has come and will be realized every day from now until this monster leaves the planet for the fiery realms of Hell…

Posted on Friday, October 17th, 2014 at 8:41 pm In Old News... | Comments RSS

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