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“Even the incarcerated prisoners wouldn’t tolerate his crimes.”

Repeatedly, we are finding that what the injustice system in this country is soft on (71% recidivism rate), many of the incarcerated prisoners are not (Mark 7:13).

I suspect that many prisoners were violated at a young age and still suffer the mental torment of how the crimes of their abuser went without consequence.

When the whole sodomite agenda began to make its way through to the young people back in 2005, I had warned the people on the radio that this was coming, and it is now here.

We are hearing these crimes being covered on a daily basis across the country, and this in public schools (Luke 12:2).

Recently, a report came out of St. Louis, Missouri’s KMOX in which they took the time and informed the community of the last pedophile that preyed upon a minor.  Let me tell you, it didn’t end well for him (Luke 17:2).

Substitute teacher accused of raping 14-year-old student found dead in jail was the title of the article from KMOX.

The substitute teacher who was arrested for allegedly raping a student was found dead in the St. Louis County Jail earlier this week.

30-year-old Brandon Holbrook was found unresponsive in his cell Monday afternoon and was shortly after pronounced dead in a hospital.
Investigators say there was no evidence of trauma or drug use, and an autopsy will determine the cause of death.

Holbrook was charged this month with raping a 14-year-old Bernard Middle School student. Holbrook faced three count of second-degree statuatory rape and six counts of second-degree statuatory sodomy.

County police reported at the time of Holbrook’s arrest that since he was a substitute at multiple schools, he may have had other victims, though that has not been confirmed.

In conclusion: What we are seeing, along with these pedophiles, is that many people are beginning to take matters into their own hands when it comes to justice because what they see, in many cases, is that these criminals are slapped on the hands and then released to do it all over again on another day.

What is of interest here is that even the prisoners were willing to send the message that this will no longer be accepted.

Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media. Article by Bradlee Dean.

The Washington Standard

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