Shun the creeps to death

There is a family in the general area who are perfect candidates for shunning. I had never heard of them until a couple of weeks ago. They are known aggressors, and have been for a long time, according to people I know and trust. There have been plenty of other incidents, but this one finally seems to have brought them to a lot of people’s attention (including mine).

I have other sources for my information- I would never accept the word of the sheriff or other enforcer without credible confirmation.

I do know that one of them has been a government school teacher, and has been fired for aggression more than once. I also know there were two more family members who were involved in this attack, but apparently are either “too young” to be mentioned in the report, or weren’t charged for some reason.

I will not do business with these aggressors, nor will I do business with anyone I find out is employing them. I have heard rumors that at least one was fired due to this incident- I hope it’s true. And I hope no one is foolish enough to ever hire these people again.

I already shun the enforcers in town- but of course, most people support those aggressors and my shunning makes no measurable difference. But these freelance thugs are a perfect example of people who should be shunned, and who probably could be. Effectively.

Added: On September 4, 2014, the paper finally announced the name of the other family member.



2 Responses to “Shun the creeps to death”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    So what would you have had them do?
    A person was trespassing and they used force to remove them. According to your views, they were justified in repelling this aggression on their property with force.
    Or would you have had them call the local police?

  2. Kent McManigal Says:

    You've got that backwards. The son was the one trespassing, after he had been asked to leave private property and he refused. Then the whole nasty family came back, trespassed again, and beat up the guy who had asked their son to leave the property earlier.

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