Bastards Walking At High Noon
Today on the news was this report…
A man took a six year old child (Male) to a cane field…
Sexually molested the child…
Sexually molested the child with a cane stalk until the child bled internally
Strangled and beat the child until his face was not recognizable
People… These are the beasts walking in Trinidad and Tobago - these are the people for which if I were to lay hold on them - I do not know if I could forgive.
It took me a long time to "recuperate" myself after hearing the news tonight. I did not want to eat dinner, either. I was very upset at the description of this crime. Not to mention that I have a son who is almost 6 years old too, I cannot imagine the pain this little boy went through in the hands of this beast. HE MUST BE FOUND AND PUT TO DEATH.
What a disgusting heinous crime against a small child.
This goes beyond sexual gratification for the pervert, it was terrible enough to have committed these terrible sexual acts, without torturing him too.
Unfortunately this type of predator lurks in most countries of the world, but some manage to contain their sexual urges better than others.
As a whole, I don't believe in the death penalty, but in cases as brutal as this, against someone so helpless, there can in my own opinion not be any other choice.I really hope they catch him soon, and he gets whats coming to him, and then some.
People, the headlines for this story is this:
Monster at large
|Pathologist Dr Eastlyn Mc Donald Burris found during a preliminary examination yesterday that the killer inserted a sugarcane stalk into the boy's rectum, and pushed it until it reached the child's throat.|
What was also criminal about this story was the response, or lack thereof, from the local authorities when the mother reported her son missing. I couldn't believe that one police officer had the audacity to tell her she was 'wasting their time'. This is truly a sickening story in every sense of the word. I hope they find the animal who did this, but seeing that two other similar crimes have gone unsolved, it doesn't seem like that will happen either.
Malexander, the delay and attitude of the police in this story is very much typical of how 95% of cases here are treated and that is why the people are fed up and distressed about the whole situation. Such beasts are often 'given opportunity' to perpetrate these acts simply because they know they will not be caught.
The child was a US citizen and the US Embassy in Trinidad is helping in the investigation with local authorities, it gives me some hope that this case may be resolved but I am not sure. The mother of the child wants the FBI involved and the police is questioning a murder suspect, a guy who recently moved to the community and that the child knew pretty well. The mother of the victim plead to all parents in Trinidad and Tobago:
|"Never be so naive to think that your child safe; even by your neighbour, even by your neighbour. I used to look at TV and look at all these kidnappings and killing and I used to tell myself that can't happen to me, because I have my son all the time with me; and look what happen. When you think it's not going to happen to you, it may happen. |
"To keep your children safe don't let them wander around, and always keep your eyes on them."
It has really sickened me to the bone,I really hope that the FBI do get involved, there might at least then have a proper chance of solving this horrible murder, and also that of the unsolved ones.
Unfortunately I think it must be quite common that the people committing these crimes are already known to the families, this is how they gain the trust of children, wheedling their way into the trust of the parents. This obviously isn't always the case, but it is vital to get forensics as soon as possible from the scene of the crime.
Unfortunately no matter how much you try to keep your children under your wing, and a close eye on them, there will always be a paedophile somewhere in the world waiting for that 1 second window of opportunity to 'pounce'.
We live in a wicked society. (my opinion).