The father is justified.
The JUSTICE system has failed.
The reason for LAW is to tame the chaos that NORMAL society functions in.
When the Law fails to execute Justice, and chaos continues to flourish, then the LAW has become useless to that society. There is no REASON for the LAW.
Laws are effective when it creates JUSTNESS in society. When society sees that there is Justice, then the NORMAL people within the society are at peace to hand over their need for vengeance. However, when JUSTICE is not EXECUTED, then people within the society become victimized. A victim of any crime is more likely to become a perpetrator of the SAME crime or, more often, a lesser crime, but some, become perpetrators of crimes that are worse. A victim can also become a serial victim, but that is a more passive aggressive type and is characteristic more of females than males. But, even if, no one is seemingly hurt, it’s not true. Victims of crime, big offenses or little offenses, react. They react on the ones closest to them. Their wives, children, kids, and co -workers.
My sadness is for this father. He is the one who’s lived with this curse for all this time. All this time that the father would have been seeing his some grow up. Instead he gets to see this EVIL thing age. He breathes. He sees. He waits. This thing will leave prison to murder again. Everyone knows it. An animal that can EAT his own, WILL murder again.
At the very least this PSYCHO should have been PUT DOWN
To KILL is to take a life for a higher purpose. To kill an animal to eat it is just. To kill a man, because he is attacking you, is just. To put down an animal when it’s a known murderer is just. But a MURDER is not a justifiable act.
The BIBLE says – murder, because it has words for killing all over it. The words are important. Thats why there are many different Jewish understandings / translations.
Father vows revenge on murderer who killed his son in 1975: ‘I’ll kill him’ if he’s paroled early
BY PHILIP CAULFIELD
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
Tuesday, March 8th 2011, 3:20 PM
Michael Woodmansee was convicted in 1982 of killing 5-year-old Jason Foreman in South Kingstown, R.I. Woodmansee killed the boy in 1975 and kept his bones stashed in his parent’s house.
Jason Foreman’s father, John, has vowed to exact revenge on Woodmansee if he is released from prison early.
The father of a boy brutally slain in Rhode Island 36 years ago, says he’s going to kill his son’s murderer if he gets out of prison early for good behavior.
John Foreman, whose 5-year-old son Jason was murdered by Michael Woodmansee in South Kingstown in one of the most horrific cases in the state’s history, vowed to take revenge “as aggressively and painfully as he killed my son…
“I do intend, if this man is released anywhere in my vicinity, or if I can find him after the fact, I do intend to kill this man,” Foreman told Providence’s WPRO-AMradio on Monday.
Woodmansee was convicted of second-degree murder in 1982 and sentenced to 40 years in prison. He could get out as early as August, the Providence Journalreported.
In the interview, Foreman blamed himself, calling his decision to accept a plea deal that avoided a painful public trial “spineless.”
“I’ve got myself to blame for that … allowing him to be released early to become a predator to someone else,” Foreman told the station. “I’m to blame for all that and I’ll make that right.
“I cannot think; I cannot sleep. All I think about is trying to find a way to get to this man to kill him.”
Jason Foreman‘s disappearance in May 1975 touched off a nationwide search across several states.
Woodmansee, who was 16 at the time, killed the child on the day he went missing, luring the boy into his home and stabbing him in the chest with a kitchen knife.
Woodmansee kept the body stashed at his parent’s house for several years. He was finally busted in 1982 after he tried to strangle a 14-year-old paperboy.
After Woodmansee confessed, police found Foreman’s shellacked bones in a box on top of his bedroom dresser.
Years later, he told police he had been thinking about what it would be like to kill someone and suspected he could get away with it.
Foreman’s family was taking the father’s pledge seriously.
“I think he’ll do it, and that scares me a lot,” Foreman’s son, John, told Providence TV station WJAR, adding he was 100% sure his father would “go after” Woodmansee.
With News Wire Services