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Saturday, September 16, 2006

Poetic Justice

Too often the bad guy gets away with his dirty deed and the innocent suffer not only at the hands of the offender, but often at the inadequacy of the justice system. There is so much bad news we can read and hear in this age of instantaneous media coverage. So I really enjoy it when I read a story like this.

Seems a 51-year-old woman named Susan Kuhnhausen came home to find an intruder in her house who came at her with a claw hammer. She was injured, but continued to put up a fight until she was able to get her hands around the intruder's neck and choke the life out of him.

Initially, the guy was thought to be burglarizing the place, but it turns out he was actually hired by the woman's estranged husband to kill her.

Poetic justice prevailed. The hit man got the death penalty and didn't cost the state a penny, and the husband is in jail, hopefully facing the same fate.

I hope that she will be able to get over this trauma and move on with her life. From her voice mail message on her answering machine, I would say she's well on her way.


Full article here.

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At 11:07 AM, Blogger D.Daddio Al-Ozarka said...

Wow!

 

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