Why Is It They Always Want to Be a ‘Minister’…

after they kill five people?

To town’s dismay, school shooter to be released
Former loophole in justice system allows gunman, now 21, to be freed
JONESBORO, Ark. – Seven years after taking part in a schoolyard ambush where four students and a teacher were killed, Mitchell Johnson will walk out of a federal detention center Thursday.
His impending release has this northeast Arkansas town on edge, and many still question the fairness of releasing Johnson on his 21st birthday because of a now-closed loophole in the law…
…Woodard has said that her son will not return to Arkansas when he is released from prison in Memphis, Tenn. She said he wants to become a minister and hinted he will move at least a day’s drive from Jonesboro and enroll in college.

I vote he lives in a mud hut, does nothing but good deeds for the rest of his life and has to depend on the kindness of strangers for sustenance, even if means he eats roots and bark. He got his break being able to walk out of prison at 21. It won’t make up for what he did, but he doesn’t rate a cushy college stint followed by a speaking tour and church stipend, either. And that could well happen.

One Response to “Why Is It They Always Want to Be a ‘Minister’…”

  1. Ken Summers says:

    And whacks himself in the head with a board every three steps.

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