Man Beats Daughter’s Rapist To Death, Not Charged
Justice has been served. A father caught his young daughter being raped and swiftly killed the assailant and now is being rightfully protected from charges!
When a 24 year old rancher in Texas was tipped off that a man abducted his 5-year-old daughter and was rapping her, the father wasted no time to take justice into his own hands.
The father ran to the scene, witnessed the assault himself and swiftly delivered several blows to the head and neck of the rapist, eventually killing him.
No charges have been filed against the father as the homicide was sanctioned by Texas law. This father should be commended for acting so quickly and death is the only punishment for an heinous act like the rape of a child. Our prayers go out to the father an his child who are still recovering from that traumatic event.
A Texas rancher who beat his daughter’s accused molester to death moments after he discovered the man raping the 5-year-old girl, will not be charged with his homicide, officials said, as they released chilling 911 tapes of the father calling for help as the other man died.
A grand jury Tuesday decided not to indict the 24-year-old father who beat ranch hand Jesus Mora Flores to death with his bare hands, after finding the man abusing his daughter behind a barn.
“I need an ambulance. This guy was raping my daughter and I don’t know what to do,” the father is heard telling dispatchers in a frantic call to 911.
The attack happened on June 9 at an isolated ranch near Shiner, Texas. A witness saw Flores “forcibly carrying” the girl into a secluded area and ran to find the father, according to court documents. Running towards his daughter’s screams, the father found Flores and the girl, both with their underwear removed, according to police reports.
He pulled Flores off the little girl and “inflicted several blows to the man’s head and neck area,” according to documents.
Authorities who examined the girl and Flores’ body confirmed a sexual assault had occurred.
ABC News does not identify the victims of sexual assault, and is not identifying the father in an effort to protect the minor girl’s identity.
The father called 911 from a cell phone and did not immediately know his exact whereabouts, making it difficult for emergency personell to find him.
“Come on! This guy is going to die on me!” the man yelled at the 911 dispatcher. “I don’t know what to do.”
The father was never arrested, but Flores’ death was investigated as a homicide.