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Crime in Beaverton, Oregon, Part III…Justice Unserved

A long, long time ago, in a land not so far away, a baby was born. Not just any baby, but one whose life purpose was already indelibly stamped on his heart. He was to become the Guardian of Beaverton, Oregon, USA. He would to go on protect the sanctity of the city, defend its honor, and see to it that all who entered into its boundaries were of sufficient spiritual stature so as to not pull the city down into degradation and moral turpitude.

And so…there he was that day in February, lo these many decades later! Yes, born for such a time as this!

The officer, observing the crime unfold, strode up to Larry Reynolds, excuse me, the nameless cur and wrote him a ticket for obstructing traffic. $250 fine. He also informed Larry Reynolds, the villain whose name shall never pass my lips as long as shall I live, that he was not welcome in Beaverton, Oregon, a fine upstanding, American, city.

Crime Scene Photo

Justice served? Not so fast…

Long story short, a shyster lawyer was found, the fine reduced to eight hours, one crummy day, of community service by some atheist; liberal…no doubt; Socialist…for sure; Communist…perhaps, judge. In late April of 2010 could you feel a disturbance in the Western American Moral Fiber Force? (You know what lack of fiber does.) Did you sense that our coast began tipping in the direction of Hell? Did you then, and even now, fear that God’s judgment was going to rain upon our land because a homeless man went virtually unpunished for the crime of stepping one foot into the street? I did.

Dear Lord, how far we have fallen. Have mercy upon us.

Tomorrow: A Modest Proposal


  1. Wow that is crazy bro!

    Friday, June 4, 2010 at 2:12 pm | Permalink
  2. kloyd wrote:

    That IS crazy, Rob…Beaverton’s finest should have jailed him and thrown away the key. WWJD?

    Tuesday, June 8, 2010 at 3:24 pm | Permalink

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