Father’s Day Story of the Year

….and maybe the decade.

Turlock, CA — A 27-year-old man was killed by a police officer as he punched and stomped a toddler to death on a dark country road, the authorities said.

[According to Sheriff’s Deputy Royjindar Singh,] the man’s truck caught the attention of a couple at 10:13 p.m. because it was stopped in the two-lane road facing the wrong direction. As the couple got closer, they saw the man beating the toddler and throwing him on the ground, Deputy Singh said. Two or three other cars also stopped.

“They tried to intervene and get involved, but their efforts really didn’t have an effect,” Deputy Singh said. “He just pushed them off and went back to it.”

A sheriff’s helicopter landed in a pasture at 10:19 p.m. carrying a Modesto police officer, who shot the man to death after he refused an order to stop the beating, Deputy Singh said. — NYTimes

While the news article doesn’t identify the two as father and son, who but a doting parent could bestow such attention upon a child so young and defenseless? A physician performing a 4th term abortion, maybe?

The smart money has it that religion is involved. Had he survived, Dad would have claimed demons and the devil made him do it. Eventually, his lawyer would ask the court to toss out all that talk: fact is Dad has a little substance abuse dilemma and was off his meds.

Besides, it was only a 1-year old. He can always make more. Lots more. That’s what Dads do.

See you next June, Dad. Not.

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10 Responses to Father’s Day Story of the Year

  1. Barbara Ganousch says:

    This is the sickest, saddest story I ever read.

  2. InBev says:

    Dad was probably drinking Budweiser. See? You people need us.

  3. Piles says:

    Too bad about the toddler, but that was the best use of a bullet since Johnny Wadd shot off his own balls.

  4. FerfelaBat says:

    Are you high? Religion? In California? Not likely. And also, had it NOT been California, the couple who stopped would have been properly armed and could have shot him themselves rather than wait for the police to show up.

  5. Squathole says:

    Ferfe:

    One motorist who tried but failed to wrestle Sergio Casian Aguilar, 27, away from the child said the assailant was forceful and hollow-eyed, muttering that there were “demons” in the boy, according to a local newspaper account. — LA Times

    There you are. Demons. Is the belief in demons a religious conviction? If not, close enough.

    The job of shooting people to death belongs to cops, and they do it well and often. Why would you propose taking away a union man’s living?

  6. Squathole says:

    And yeah, that was his son he was pulping. They had to run DNA tests to make the determination because the body was so destroyed.

  7. Ms Calabaza says:

    Dad should have a new religious experience, 6 big jailhouse demons beating the life out of him. . . slowly. It’s his only redemption, I tell ya . . .

  8. Satan says:

    Dad is dead. His religious experiences are just beginning. I’m personally supervising his instruction.

    Most fun I’ve had since serving as Advisor to the Pentagon — always liked that shape — on interrogation techniques.

  9. Squathole says:

    BTW: As disturbing as this sordid little tale is, it pales by comparison to this one that I spotted on Evagale’s blog.

  10. Mark Skid says:

    FerfeLaBat: You’re not actually suggesting that (a) there’s a shortage of armed people in California, and (b) in a place like that, more armed citizens would make the citizenry any safer, are you?

    If maniac Dad was the one who was armed, he might have shot the would-be rescuers. Or a gunfight might have broken out between them. Multiply that scenario in the Land of Fruits and Nuts and Flakes and you have armed chaos. Or South Florida.

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