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US Hero Goes After Murdering Punks

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What would you do if your beloved pet was shot by gang punks in the middle of the night? The liberal MSM’s won’t report this incident and if they do it will be spun so that the good guy is the bad buy, but thank goodness for talk radio and the Fox Network.

I heard these clips today on the Glenn Beck’s radio show. It took my breath away and I had to stay in the car and listen to the entire 911 call to find out what happened. I had seen Marcus Lutrell on Glenn Beck before and I’ve tried to imagine the pain and suffering this soldier has endured to merit the Navy Cross but it’s unfathomable to me, sitting here safe and sound in the comfort of my own. Thanks to American military.

This brave United State SEAL, a disabled veteran who was part of a military team in 2005 in an Afghanistan battle that led to the largest loss of life in American SEAL history. Marcus Lutrell was the lone survivor. It is a customary therapy to provide disabled veterans with a puppy that the injured veteran can love and nurture. The puppy given to Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Marcus Lutrell. Marcus named her DASY. Here’s where the tragedy continues.


On Thursday I believe it was, Wednesday or Thursday about 1:00 a.m., Marcus is a guy who doesn’t sleep anymore at night. He sleeps during the daytime. And about 1:00 he happened to be awake and he heard a gunshot. He lives on a ranch with his mother in Texas. He grabs his gun and he goes outside. There he sees, I believe it was four. It may be three but I believe it was four young men 18 to 24 years old, all of them, where they had just shot his dog. Marcus’ dog is named Dasy. Each letter represents D A S Y represents one of the fallen members of his team. It was given to him in recovery to help him through the recovery process. This dog means everything to Marcus. Marcus had his gun and he took it out and he put it right between the eyes of one of the guys. He was standing away from them, pointed right between the eyes. Now, here’s a SEAL team member who is wildly, he’s just, he is having trouble, man. He is still recovering from his injuries. He had just gotten out of surgery. He’s standing there with a gun between the guy’s eyes. He doesn’t fire. All four and he’s just saying, “You killed my dog.” They executed his dog. “You killed my dog. Why would you do that?” They run. They get into his car. Marcus gets into his truck, chases them over four counties, finally runs them into a ditch. He calls the Rangers.

The Texas Rangers arrive and these guys, when the Texas Rangers are taking these guys away, Marcus has held them there by a gun. As the Rangers are taking these guys away, they’re threatening Marcus’ life and saying, “When we get out, we’re coming for you next. First it was your dog. It’s going to be you next. You don’t know who you’re messin’ with.” That’s when Marcus kind of snapped just a little bit and said to the Ranger, “Excuse me, ranger, do you know who I am?” He said, “Yes, sir, Mr. Luttrell, I do.” He said, “You might want to explain to these punks because I could have killed them 600 different ways and if I wanted to kill you guys after what you would have done what you just did to my dog, I would have pulled you down into my basement and I would have tortured you for days and you wouldn’t have died until you begged me for death. So before you start saying you’re going to come after me, you better learn who you’ve just whose dog you just killed.”

18 minute 911 Phone Call Chase Audio

US SEAL and hero, Marcus Lutrell talks about his lost comrades and Operation Redwing.

The story of Operation Redwing

How To Tell A Fake SEAL From A Real SEAL

These scumbags don’t deserve the compassion that Navy Corpsman and Hero Marcus Lutrell gave them. They deserve life in prison with no chance of parole. Ever.

Will our justice system give them the punishment they deserve? Or is our justice system “just a system.”

Thank God for all our brave men and women in the military. God bless those that have sacrificed their lives for our freedoms.

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Written by smalltalkwitht

April 9, 2009 at 4:36 pm

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  1. You know very well that those douche bags will walk. All they did was kill a dog and that’s not a crime. Perhaps a bit of vigilante justice would have been appropriate in this case. But then, those nitwit US Attornies down in Texas would have had a real dilemma. They locked up a couple of hard working border guards on phoney charges…what would they do with an honest-to-God war hero?

    Cato

    April 9, 2009 at 9:41 pm

  2. As of 2007, killing a dog in Texas is a crime that will get 2 years in prison with 10 years probation. Thank goodness they changed the laws in Texas.

    T

    April 9, 2009 at 9:44 pm


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