New rule – Don’t let felons marry your granddaughter

Domestic violence is disgraceful, far beyond other crimes. When you make a commitment to another person, the fact that you don’t like them anymore doesn’t permit you to take their life.
I bet you are wondering, what sort of person decides to shoot his estranged wife in the head, steal a backhoe, and dig a hole in which to bury her.
Well wonder no more. (Keep scrolling down)
The anti-gunners keep telling us that victims usually know their murderer. They keep hyping the level of domestic violence in this country, and the use of guns in domestic violence. Here’s a newsflash for everyone. Felons have families too.
The murdered girl (who was 19 at the time of the murder) left two children behind. Now they are 2½ and 3½ years old.  At the time of the murder they would have been 6 months and 18 months old. This means that the first child was born before the victim was 18. So here we have a multiple felon who’d been to prison 4 times for a total of 20 months taking up with a 16 or 17 year old girl. He would have been 23 or 24.  They lived with her grandparents, the Woods.
Didn’t work out too well.
UPDATE: According to this story, the oldest child was not his. The youngest was.

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