When Is The Response Worse Than The Act
By: Tommy ‘Tj’ Sotomayor III |Published: Wednesday, October 17th, 2012, 3:50 PM (ontwitter @tjsotomayor)
Tommy Sotomayor Says: Well I saw these photos and I must say that they are a hard watch, so much so that I am only going to show you guys one photo and even this is hard for me to show. The case is that a woman found a man raping her son and decided to stab him. Now we only have the womans word for what she saw but let me ask, do you think that she should be charged with what she did to this man or should it be understood that she was preventing an assault on her child? PS. I know that all of you feel that you would do some harm to the man if you caught him in the act but would you do that same thing if a woman was caught raping a boy or your girl?
BlackMediaNewsReport – We finally have obtained hospital photos of the Atlanta baseball coach who was charged in the 2009 rape of a 9 year old boy. The coach visited the home of the child to encourage him to join the local team. The child refused to join. When the coach left, the child repeatedly told his mother how he did not feel comfortable with the man.
Two weeks later, the coach
returned to the house with food, balloons, and a PlayStation. The child was very excited. Minutes later he joined the team. Four days afterward, the coach came back to the home. He asked the mother if he could give the child private lessons on catching the ball. She agreed.
On June 18th, 2009 Atlanta Court documents indicate that the mother heard her son sobbing. She ran into his bedroom and saw the baseball coach having anal sex with the 9 year old. The mother then ran to the kitchen and grabbed a large “turkey carving” knife, and assaulted the coach.
The question we ask our readers is:
” She should have called the police instead
of attempting to murder the suspect? ”
The police have charged the mother with attempted murder. If convicted she will serve no less than 15 years in state prison under Georgia state laws.