Thursday, June 25, 2015

Valentine's Day Torture

Cassius Mankin, a high school football player, attended a Valentine’s Day party this past February.  Instead of bringing chips or sodas, he trespassed on the property of Bob and Carol Falk and kidnapped Miss Molly.  At the party, for laughs, he and some other youngsters punched her eyes out.  After the kids had sufficiently tortured her, they choked her until she died.  This is how this group of youngsters had fun at a party.

The reason I am bringing this to your attention is because this Mankin murderer may not be punished to the full extent of the legislation available.  (I am careful to not say Law, because he will be punished to the full extent of the Law when what he has put out comes back to him.  For example, though I don't condone it, he may get beaten while in jail instead of harmed in his next incarnation, because things are coming back quicker these days.)  By full extent of the legislation available, I mean that I want to make sure that Judicial District Attorney B. J. Shepherd doesn’t simply point a finger at him saying, “Bad boy.  Don’t do that again and be sure not to burn ants with a magnifying glass while you’re at it.  Now go be a good boy.”  I want Mankin to be held accountable.

Letters today are more powerful than e-mails or phone calls, in my opinion.  If a call is all you’re willing to do, then that would be appreciated.  See, Miss Molly doesn't have a voice.  Not because she’s dead, but because she’s an emu...a bird.  And people don’t seem to care as much for animals as humans.

 If it had been your pet who…yes, who not that…had his or her eyes punched out and then choked to death, would you not ask friends to write a letter, or at the very least, make a call?

For more information see 
Let's do it for Miss Molly and her grieving parents.
Judicial District Court Attorney B. J. Shepard
PO Box 368
Meridian, TX 76665
Fax: (254)435-2952





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