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Luke 20:36 and they can no longer die; for they are like the angels. They are God’s children, since they are children of the resurrection.
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Child-porn discovery not a ‘licence to kill’: Crown MONTREAL – A man who beat his neighbor to death after finding child pornography on his computer should serve six years behind bars, says the Crown. Patrick Belanger, 28, ( not a criminal ) has pleaded guilty to manslaughter for the July 2009 beating death of Leonard Wells, 63, in west-end Montreal. Prosecutor Thierry Nadon told a Quebec Court judge the sentence would send a clear message to society that vigilante killings are unacceptable and that a man’s pedophilic tendencies don’t give citizens "a licence to kill." Belanger will be sentenced on April 21. He was initially charged with first-degree murder following the attack on July 25, 2009. He had been helping Wells to move and had asked to use his computer while the two were taking a break. He flew into a rage when he stumbled across images of children being sexually assaulted. Belanger called 911 and warned he would take matters into his own hands unless Wells was arrested immediately. He began punching and kicking the man when police failed to arrive after 20 minutes. Belanger called 911 a second time as Wells lay in a pool of his own blood. The victim was transported to hospital in a coma and died a month later. Belanger later told the court the child-porn images triggered memories of his own father’s tale of childhood sexual abuse. The defendant also said he was drunk at the time of the beating and he had been an alcoholic for several years. But the Crown said the " horrific " and "revolting " images did not give Belanger an excuse to kill a man. " We cannot allow people to mete out their own justice, " Nadon told the court.
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Alleged arsonists hailed as heroes, not criminals – New Brunswick – CBC News Three men charged in connection with a fire at a reputed crack house in New Brunswick are heroes, not criminals, ( not criminals ) said many people at a public meeting with the RCMP Wednesday night. Dana Russell, one of about 500 residents at a town hall meeting on Grand Manan Island, said the justice system hasn’t been tough enough on drug traffickers, and it’s being too hard on the men accused of attacking the crack house. " Regardless of what sentence is imposed on these young individuals, never in the minds of Grand Manan people will they ever be considered criminals, " said Russell to applause from the crowd. The charges against the men stem from a riot on July 22 in which about 40 people — some reportedly armed with guns, knives and baseball bats — burned a house to the ground in the island community of Castalia where drugs were allegedly being sold. RCMP beefs up presence to guard against more riots On Tuesday night, the Mounties sent as many as 70 officers to Grand Manan responding to reports of a plan to burn down another reputed crack house. Normally, there are four officers stationed in the community.RCMP Sgt. Greg McEvoy said the extra officers were there to protect the public and enforce the law. " It was more a case of concern that someone might get seriously harmed, that things could easily get totally out of hand," he said. " Our role to preserve peace and the rule of law had to be considered." Residents want RCMP to combat drug trafficking ( good luck – call crime stoppers ) Larry Urquhart said the RCMP should have shown such concern for stopping the drug traffickers. " If a fraction of the effort that has been put forth since this incident took place had been in place before, we wouldn’t be here, " he said. There are signs posted around the island with slogans such as "Release Our Heroes." People are donating cash to help pay the men’s legal fees.
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Give to him that asketh thee, and from him that would borrow of thee turn not thou away. Ezekiel 18:12 oppresses the poor and needy, commits robbery, does not restore a pledge, but lifts up his eyes to the idols and commits abomination @@ Luke 6:34 And if you lend to those from whom you expect repayment, what credit is that to you? Even ‘sinners’ lend to ‘sinners,’ expecting to be repaid in full. Deuteronomy 15:7 If there is a poor man among your brothers in any of the towns of the land that the LORD your God is giving you, do not be hardhearted or tightfisted toward your poor brother. @@@ And eat up not one another’s property unjustly (in any illegal way e.g. stealing, robbing, deceiving, etc.), nor give bribery to the rulers ( judges before presenting your cases) that you may knowingly eat up a part of the property of others sinfully. SuraAl-Baqara : 188 ( 2:188 ). Who gave more « Arthur2rcasc’s Blog