Folks are going crazy in the South these days.
I don't ever remember reading about so many killers taking out their own family members and loved ones in such large numbers in one part of the country.
I wonder what is responsible for this phenomenon.
We all know the story by now of Timothy Ray Jones Jr., the animal who allegedly killed his five children and dumped their bodies in a trash bag. (I think he was from Alabama.)
And now we have Don Spirit. This animal who was masquerading as a human being allegedly killed his adult daughter, five grandchildren, and one other child.
"A man in Bell shot and killed his daughter and six grandchildren before turning the gun on himself Thursday afternoon in a small town about an hour west of Gainesville.
The Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office confirmed the gruesome details in a press conference Thursday night.
Gilchrist County Sheriff Robert Schulz said Don Spirit is the man responsible for the slayings.
Schulz said deputies were called to the rural home on around 4 p.m. after Spirit called 911 and threatened to harm himself and others. When deputies arrived, Spirit committed suicide, Schulz said. GCSO believes the victims were already dead when officers arrived." [Source]
I am against the death penalty when it is carried out by the state. But if someone like this wants to go ahead and sentence himself to death and then carry out the sentence, well...
Sadly, this kind of stuff happens in places like Florida far too often. It's a dog bites man story down there.
And before my white friends accuse me of being a "racialist"; please note that I am mentioning the story a depraved Negro named George Mason III as well.
This Negro killed three family members and tried to kill a fourth before being taken out by a truck.
"A Florida man killed three relatives Friday and tried to gun down a fourth when a passing truck ran over the murderer, halting his rampage, police said.
George Mason III, 42, is clinging to life after being struck in the middle of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in the town of Brooksville as he chased after his half-brother, Gabriel Taylor, 33.
Taylor was shot several times, including once in the head, and is in critical condition, police said." [Source]
There must be something in the water.