The eyes of his murderer...

by Amy
(United States)

Instead of looking into the eyes of my dad, we now sit in courtrooms and look into the eyes of a murderer. A stranger, looking to rob for drug money, murdered my father while he was at work.

He died before he made it to the hospital, beaten with a metal object his injuries were too severe. A worthless druggie killed a man who spent his life helping others, giving everything he had and never taking anything. He managed to keep his wallet, but his life was stolen and his friends and family were robbed.

Always tell your family you love them, because it might be the last chance you get. Tomorrow is never promised.

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Jun 26, 2013
MY DAD WAS TAKEN AWAY FROM US THE SAME WAY
by: MONICA

I FEEL YOUR PAIN,MY DAD WAS TAKEN THE SAME WAY. HIS KILLER STILL REMAINS AT LARGE THOUGH. IM SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS :( ID LIKE TO TALK WITH YOU SOMETIME. I FELL THAT WE'D UNDERSTAND ANOTHER BETTER THAN OTHERS WHO SAY, "I KNOW WHAT YOU'RE GOING THROUGH, IT WILL GET BETTER!" ALTHOUGH I KNOW IT WONT GET BETTER...

MONICA

Apr 26, 2013
The eyes of his murderer...
by: Doreen U.K.

Amy I am so sorry for your loss of your Father to a tragic and brutal act of murder. What a senseless killing robbing a family of their precious Husband, father, uncle, brother etc. A family broken, bruised, sad, Forever.
WE will never understand the drug culture that maims and kills and destroys lives for a Fix. This killer should be put in a room and allowed to go cold turkey whilst you watch him go through this rather than sit in a courtroom and going through the pain of this court case. This may sound cruel. But it makes me so very angry. A man has lost his life prematurely. A family has lost someone precious from their lives. He robbed you of more than money for drugs. He stole your life and the lives of your family. You will never be the same again. The suffering he has given you is so unbearable and unfair. I am a Christian. But finding it so hard to be merciful. I used to do Prison Ministry. I did have compassion and wrote to prisoners. But today I weep for your family. May God Comfort you all through your Loss and bring you through this difficult court case. May God sustain you and be Merciful to you all.

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