Want to see a person who doesn’t care if you live or die?

Criminals aren’t like you and me. There is something missing in the minds of criminals. They don’t see your life as valuable. You are nothing but a source of resources or a source of entertainment. They look at you like this.

I don’t ordinarily post mug shots, but I thought this one really illustrated a point. You can’t tell if he’s going to cry or eat your liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti. You can certainly tell that he has nothing but contempt for your life and your property.

Here’s what the News-Observer had to say about this fine upstanding member of society.

Durham Chief Magistrate Donald Paschall stood by a $7.8 million bail set for a man connected to a traffic stop that led to an exchange of gunfire with police Wednesday afternoon.

(Suspect), 44, was arrested after the incident, and police are still looking for another suspect.

(Suspect) was charged with assault with a deadly weapon on a government official, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, possession of a firearm by a felon and resisting arrest in the Wednesday incident.

What a friendly person!


It appears that the NC DOC database is incomplete, because the paper believes he has more convictions.

Court records indicate (Suspect) has 24 prior convictions, including three for violent crimes

Twenty-Four! Maybe they should just put him in prison for the rest of his life. That would at least protect the rest of us.

Twenty-four convictions, three violent, and he was walking around freely, carrying a gun, apparently free to shoot at police officers. And the gun grabbers wonder why we get mad when they do their best to disarm law-abiding citizens like you and me.

5 responses to “Want to see a person who doesn’t care if you live or die?

  1. His ass NEEDS to go to prison for life, otherwise he will kill, probably sooner than later…

  2. That’s great and all, and he deserves at least what he has gotten to this point. The thing that pisses me off is, if it were anyone but a cop, he would have a bond, he likely would have met it and been released. Just because the someone he traded shots with was “government official”, you know those that are more important that you or me, he is getting the book thrown at him. Personally I think the average citizens life should be held in at least as high a regard, if not higher than your average cop.

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  4. I see a lot of “prison for life”comments on your blog.

    I am reluctant to spend my hard earned tax dollars to put a violent felon away for life. I would rather bring back public execution for capital offenses.

    No need to force children to see it, but learning that the wages of sin are death at an early age would save a lot of misery for a lot of victims AND criminals in training.

  5. That would be a better solutions. Sadly we keep getting whiners who won’t let us execute criminals. They put enormous obstacles in the way costing us time and money and then they bitch and moan that capital punishment costs too much and takes too long. I’d be happy if we could execute anyone who committee any crime equal to or worse than grand theft.