That was no accident... and cross off an other thing from my to do list.
This is a silly question. If the man who did it wasn't convicted he'd be long dead before he got trapped on that deserted road.
He wouldn't have made it prison!
Get my gas can out and make sure the fire don't go out.
I believe that if you escape justice in this life, you will not escape it in the after-life; you will deal with it then, until and unless you are shown some mercy by God. No matter what I'm feeling, or how much I have been damaged, I will not take a life. My faith in God is such that I can step back and let the universe and Him, proceed as it should. I would never want to see any of my kids hurt or killed, but I believe we have a justice system (however bias and tainted) for a reason; if we all took matters into our own hands, which alot of people do end up doing, it only makes matters worse.
how I would respond, may or may not have to do with God's will; If I went to help out, and the car and the guy just went up in smoke, perhaps that was how it was supposed to be. I don't have all the answers.
When I was younger, there was a girl in our village who was sexually abused by a guy. After, there was three of us who caught up with him, and two held him while we smashed his knee caps and ankle caps in with a hammer. Effectively crippling him. <br />
For the one you described, similar justice, I would not kill him, but I would hurt him bad, and in a way that leaves a real legacy
I was in a bar somewhere else getting hammered with friends. = )
I hope I'd have the moral strength to leave him there. In truth, I don't know if I could restrain myself.
well he raped and killed my child , simple watch him burn .an hopefully find some peace in ur life knowing he died a pain full death . that's what I think !
Hm? What car?
Well . . . First, I'd put that damn fire out, for sure. Then, I'd incapacitate him so that I could get him out alive. Then I'd secure his hands and feet with the cable ties I carry in my trunk so he couldn't flail about (there're 1,000 uses for those long cable ties!) Then, I'd toss him in the trunk and drive straight to that semi - trailer I buried 6' beneath the surface out in the Mojave in case of nuclear war, or major earthquake, or whatnot.<br />
Then, I'd get him all strapped down like Paul Gerard did to the bad guy in "Upstanding Citizen". But I would NOT do what Gerard did to the bad guy. <br />
No sir. I'd keep the fella alive as long as I possibly could. I mean, a looooong time. Long time. I'd keep him screaming until I exhausted myself. I mean, a guy's gotta sleep, right?<br />
As a history buff, I'd want to see what the reaction was really like to some of those medieval practices. Hopefully I could keep it going for a few months. But ya gotta figure that, sooner or later, the monster's nervous system is just gonna give out, ya know? He just won't be able to process the pain anymore. DESPITE your best efforts.<br />
Now, a FIRM believer in reciprocal justice, I'd take into account the fact that he'd raped my child, I'd make some special provisions. Broomsticks can be useful at first. Then a ba<x>seball bat. But then, I'd have to take that fireplace poker of mine, heat it up renewed hot, and, well, YOU know . . .<br />
Pliers to remove his teeth, finger and toenails, of course. Oh, and nipples! Pliers to remove his nipples, too! And uh, hmmmm. Rapist, right? So you gotta figure hammer to his balls. And then - and this'll be a bit tricky - I'm thinking covering the whole groin area with something like, say, peanut butter! And then release a couple of great big sewer rats to have a NICE feast! <br />
So during that period, I would have determined whether to toss him into well-chummed shark infested water, or whether to take him up - well-bound mind you - in my Cessna, say twenty - five - hundred feet above the Grand Canyon and then, whoosh! Right out the door with him!<br />
Of course, bloodying him up and leaving him all tied up out in the woods where wolves are sure to find him might be good. Hmmm. I guess I'll just have to give it some more thought . . .
Well, Bonnie, I've just never been a very imaginative guy . . . ;)
Stephen king wrote a similar short story about this same incident. Don't remember what book it is in.
I woulda called 911, but couldn't. I found the nine, but couldn't find the eleven.
did you ever find the 11 ??? lol
omg you mean to tell me that what was burning :( lol I didn't know :) lol
Leave him and let it happen.
Sit back and watch
wave, as I watch it burn. :)
bring popcorn and watch from a distance
I would watch as he begged for mercy and laugh as the fire scotched his body