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Comment count is 36
baleen - 2012-01-09

He has the time to hang up the phone with conviction. That's a pro.

Cena_mark - 2012-01-09

The old pretend to be on a payphone while awaiting your victim trick. I guess you can do it nowadays with a cellphone.

klingerbgoode - 2012-01-09

Let's see your karate stand up to this!

Comeuppance - 2012-01-09

Five years of probation for cold-blooded murder of a suspect in police custody.

Goddamn, did he have a good lawyer.

Caminante Nocturno - 2012-01-09

He could have had the shittiest lawyer in the world and I doubt he would have gotten worse.

simon666 - 2012-01-09

Yeah, it would be hard for a jury to hang the father out to dry especially if there was reasonable evidence to suggest the son had in fact been abused.

WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2012-01-09

This is america, if you've been charged with a crime you're obviously guilty and if you're guilty you deserve to be killed since MAH TAX DOLLERS shouldn't be wasted on evil people that are impossible to rehabilitate.

Xenocide - 2012-01-09

A Time to Kill made over 0 million at the box office.

baleen - 2012-01-09

Temporary insanity. Didn't you see that movie where the KKK raped and peed on Samuel Jackson's daughter?

baleen - 2012-01-09

Having just said those words I now feel like a complete asshole.

memedumpster - 2012-01-09

Judges in Kentucky will tell you to your face that there are no innocent people on trial in their courtroom. The police here tell you what you're guilty of, the court is just a formality to pass a sentence. This guy would be awarded here for cutting down on bureaucracy.

Comeuppance - 2012-01-09

I just like that it was probation.
"Well, okay, as long as you don't do it again..."

pineapplejuicer - 2012-01-09

oh my god can we please have a MAH TAX DOLLERS tag?

Caminante Nocturno - 2012-01-09

Imagine, for a moment, VoilaIntruder logging into their POETV account and seeing pineapplejuicer's comment. Imagine VoilaIntruder clicking on the 'edit this entry' link. Imagine them adding the 'MAH TAX DOLLARS" tag to the keywords. Imagine them clicking submit.

Now imagine that tag is white.

Xenocide - 2012-01-09

So many pretend stars for Caminante.

WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2012-01-09

You earned these

StanleyPain - 2012-01-09

It doesn't take a genius lawyer to figure out that getting a conviction on a guy who murdered the man who sexually molested his son is probably never going to happen. Had he not plead, he probably would have been acquitted, or only found guilty on some lesser offense.

StanleyPain - 2012-01-09

For the record, I'm not defending this guy..he's a piece of shit who denied other families the possibility of uncovering other molestations, I'm just saying that the justice system sometimes does this kind of thing.
You have to remember when this took place too. It was the era of Bernie Goetz when anyone who decided to "rise up" against the tide of crime was some kind of Red Dawn-esque fucking hero and the Death Wish movies were basically wank fantasy for white people.

Pillager - 2012-01-10

"What'cha doin' with that lawn mower blade Karl?

I aim to kill you with it."

VoilaIntruder - 2012-01-10

I, uh, don't understand what it is that I was supposed to do so...

Xenocide - 2012-01-09

"....with a gun."

Aw, dammit. I was expecting an epic karate showdown. Guns ruin everything.

American Standard - 2012-01-09

I don't like vigilante justice. Period. Don't approve of it conceptually.

But three stars for the primitive, animal satisfaction this video gave me all the same.

CJH - 2012-01-09

not really an eye for an eye. he should have kidnapped him and raped him instead.

Vaidency - 2012-01-09

That man, with careful planning, shot an unarmed, non-threatening, restrained victim (who had not been convicted of any crime) in the head at point-blank range in full view of a rolling video camera.

And he essentially got away with it, because the victim allegedly did something really, really bad.

Vigilante justice is disgusting, revenge is useless, and getting 5 years probation for first degree murder is a farcical subversion of our justice system.

Riskbreaker - 2012-01-09

I agree with the 5 years probation thing being bullshit, but i'd rather not throw a rushed judgment on the father's reaction, even if i don't suport it. The idea of having a close relative being hurt could make anyone go bonkers easily. It's a tricky situation, but it does suck that pro-vigilantes/gun rights nutcases end up using cases like this one as their flagship.

spikestoyiu - 2012-01-09

Revenge is great and doesn't always involve shooting people in the head.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-01-13

We agree. So why did you give this one star??

Foux du Fafa - 2012-01-10

This video taught me to always make sure I murder the children I molest so they can't blab about it.

garcet71283 - 2012-01-10

That wall of books.

kingarthur - 2012-01-10

Sooooooo, he got off on the good old "Some folks need a-killin'" defense I see.

chumbucket - 2012-01-10

Lucky for the cameraman and the marshal that the guy had decent point-blank aim.

The Mothership - 2014-06-07

I know, that's what was going through my mind as I watched it. A few inches and he could have shot the poor cop.

Robin Kestrel - 2012-01-10

Some sources imply that this was set up by police. Leon Gary Plauche apparently had friends high up in the department who tipped him off as to when Jeffrey Doucet was arriving.

Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2012-01-10

I used to be an adventurer but then I took a bullet to the head.

themilkshark - 2012-01-10

5 years probation.

Maru - 2012-03-10

I think he just couldn't live with the embarrassment of having a molested son.

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