01/23/2007: 33-year-old Tony Morey, a cocaine addict, obviously made some very poor decisions in life. He did not deserve to be tortured to death, nor did his wife or kids.
The killers in this case were apparently trying to collect money, and–as part of their enforcement–tortured a 6-year-old, a 10-year-old, and a 13-year-old in front of their parents. The kids were eventually stabbed to death.
The parents were then beaten and murdered execution-style.
I’m sure the “enforcers” think they are really tough right now. Torturing children sure takes a lot of [substitute carnal expletive of choice] valor.
Pilgrim and I would love to extend an ultimate test in courage and survival skills to these pathetic lowlifes who get their rocks off killing children.
When we get through with them, they will be proclaiming the truth with loud voices from very high places in the Appalachian Mountains. With some common household utensils and lots of patience, we will–to put it in Biblical terms–cut them to the quick.
We will all have a very passionate time, cutting straight (albeit slowly) to the heart of the matter. We will not speak harshly…no, our approach will be very quiet, and very sharp, and very meticulous.
We understand that there are times in which the pursuit of the truth requires long hours, and we are prepared to spend as much time as we need.
And we will get to the truth. But we will make sure that this is a slow, deliberate process.
After all, we don’t want to leave any bone unbroken.