What just happened to my son

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  1. KLSuddeth
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    We live in a nice neighborhood; an affluent neighborhood. My son was outside playing 2 streets away (he is 13).
    He knows he is to check in every 30 mintues - he didnt.

    I knew something was wrong. I KNEW IT. We looked for him for an hour or more. I called DK and my son's father. Finally my daughter and I found him walking up the main street to the neighborhood, bawling and disheveled.

    As he was playing, a car pulled up and told him to get in - he immediately ran the other way. The 2 men chased him, caught him and shoved him in the car. They drove him about 2 miles away to an alley behind a store and demanded his money which he gave to them. He wont tell me or the police what else happened. He then walked home in a state of shock to the point that he couldnt even think to call me to come to him.

    The police came and took a report. My son is shaken beyond beleif, as am I.

    We were lucky - they could have not shoved him out of the car.

    I am scared to the point of vomiting. I am angry - beyond angry. I feel that I could do things right now that I dont even believe in. I want these bastards to pay. dearly.

    What the fuck kind of society do we live in that things like this can happen? Yet they happen everyday. I want these fucks on a silver platter. I want to serve up a horrid punishment that they deserve. Wrong, yes. But its how I feel.

    The worse part is, there is really nothing we can do.

    Damnit, our CHILDREN should at the very least be safe.
     
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    Wow. KL. That's incredibly rough.
     
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    OMG, you two. I'm SO sorry to hear that. This CAN be a sick fucking world that we live in and I hope the police find the bastards and that they do pay. Hell, you live in Texas maybe they will even execute them.

    Sorry, don't mean to joke. I don't know what else to say except I am so happy for DK and you that you have your son back. Is DK out roaming the streets with a shotty?

    Nah, that doesn't sound like him.
     
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    He was. He's home now.
     
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    I'm so sorry to hear this, KL, hope you and your son are alright.
     
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    Im starting to not feel as peace loving as I once was.
    Im moving past the fear and upset that I was feeling to white, hot anger. Tortuous anger. Beyond anger.
    Touch my kid and die anger.

    The absolute unmitigated TEMERITY of some fucking degenerate thinking he can mess with MY kid? He should hang while Im allowed to cut body pieces off. one at a time.
     
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    YOu need an outlet for your extremely justifiable anger.

    Might I suggest:

    -a punching bag
    -target practice
    -hot sex(although that may be inappropriate right now, maybe later)
    -family dinner out and a movie, just to spend time together and relax
    -marijuana
    -more target practice(while sober)
    -ironing? me thinks not
    -pretty much any physical activity
    -target practice
     
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    About how you feel, I say:

    FEED IT.

    And when it gets so hot you cannot see straight, turn that feeling into proactive paranoia.

    This is a kid, not a hubcap.

    You need to be a rabid guard dog at all times or move to the sticks where he can carry his own defensive mechanisms.
     
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    Nice.

    How about turning it into something that can solve the problem?

    This is why your perspectives don't mean much.

    You want to pacify the brain instead of fixing problems.
     
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    Wow, I am terribly sorry to hear about all of that. I know I just met you, but you were one of the first people that was nice to me on this board and it's just so hard to hear about bad things happening to someone who is so nice.

    I hope that everything will be okay for you and your family. :(
     

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