May 6, 2013

"I heard screaming, I'm eating my McDonalds, I come outside and I see this girl going nuts trying to get out of the house..."

"... and I go on the porch and she says 'Help me get out! I've been in here a long time'.... She comes out with a little girl and says 'Call 911, my name is Amanda Berry'... When she told me, it didn’t register. It didn't register until I got on the phone with 911 and I said 'I'm calling 911 for Amanda Berry' — I thought this girl is dead."

16 comments:

wyo sis said...

Too much real.

The Drill SGT said...

Speaking of Codes, the primitive in me says handcuff the guy, put him in a soundproof room and then let the three women have knives...

Then use a firehose on he room afterwards...

edutcher said...

The Iroquois could work on their prisoners for weeks, if they wanted.

That's what should happen to this guy.

rcocean said...

Vibrant diversity in action. Can't wait till Amnesty passes and a million Zulus move here.

Should be fun.

JAL said...

Words fail.

Synova said...

Wow. Simply amazing.

ndspinelli said...

This is why I only read nonfiction books.

SteveR said...

He won't last in the general population at the state pen that's for sure

Freeman Hunt said...

Good thing he took action.

Darrell said...

Saw the hero holding "court" on the News. I think there is going to be more to the story.

Almost Ali said...

Has the ring of Sharia.

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gerry said...

Postmodernism struck again.

H/T The Other McCain.

David Hampton said...

Kudos to the gentleman who chose to get involved. Kitty Genovese is smiling down on him. He is a hero. Can't say much for the operator who replied, "The police will be there as soon as a unit is free" or words to that effect.

Mitch H. said...

They've had the girls for most of a decade. Obviously they had gotten them into a stockholm syndrome slave mindset to keep them in place for so long. What changed? Who was the little girl? I'm guessing the child belongs to one of the kidnappees.

Bizarre. You expect this sort of thing on a backcountry ranch somewhere, but this apparently was going on in a crowded neighborhood?