Dad Beats Daughter’s Molester To Death

A Texas father beat a man to death after catching him molesting his 4-year-old daughter in a horse barn, The Houston Chronicle reports. The incident happened Saturday evening near Shiner, Texas.

Lavaca County Sheriff Micah Harmon identified the deceased as a 47-year-old man from Gonzales, Texas. He was reported dead at the scene, however, his name will not be released until his next of kin is notified.

Harmon said the father and daughter were with several other people at the family’s barn to groom and tend to the horses, according to The Chronicle. The alleged attacker was reportedly an acquaintance of the father. The sound of the little girl’s screams were later heard coming from the barn and instinctually, the father rushed to his daughter’s aide. After reaching the barn, he found a man sexually assaulting his daughter – undoubtedly a dad’s worst nightmare.

After pulling the attacker off of her, the father repeatedly struck the man in the head. The young girl was taken to DeTar hospital in Victoria where doctors ran tests to determine whether sexual assault had occurred, The Houston Chronicle reports. She was eventually released.

In the aftermath, nearby residents are having a hard time feeling any sympathy for the alleged child molester: “He got what he deserved, big time,” Sonny Jaehne, a Shiner resident, told the Victoria Advocate.

Should the girl’s dad be imprisoned for killing his daughter’s alleged molester? Do you have the same feelings with the residents of Shiner? Tell us what you think of this situation!

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To Friend or Not to Friend a Facebook ‘Friend Collector’?

The friend collector is a wily, often drunk beast that lurks within all of us, threatening to rise up and assume our form during a particularly vigorous bout of Facebooking/memory lane-walking/power-houring.

The phenomenon was admittedly less common back in the days when we actually had to type a remembered acquaintance’s name into the search bar, squinting through the dust of childhood and a veil of tequila to remember his/her surname. But a while back Facebook added that pesky “People You May Know” feature, impelling us to add childhood friends, half-remembered college classmates and random guys in indie bands (or what I like to call “future ex-boyfriends”) with wild abandon.

Many times, we add such people not because we particularly want to talk to them, but merely because we’re afflicted with the oh-so itch-able question, “I wonder what so-and-so is doing now,” and we just have to scratch. And you know what happens when you scratch too hard: You draw blood. And in this case, that blood is yours, in that you’re getting hurt when your fake pal shuns your friendly — non-creepy, non-murderous, right? — advances.

So let’s all take a vow, as we wander myopically into the New Year: Thou shalt not friend collect. Even if our good friend Martin Martini makes a strong case for it at 3 a.m.

Oh, and to answer your question: Go ahead and unfriend the phony. She’ll probably just attempt to friend you again, wholly unaware that she has already done so. Like a true criminal, a Friend Collector always returns to the scene of the crime.



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