Posted by: Bruce | November 25, 2011

Abduction attempt at Wallsend skate park, foiled by young boys.

Yet another abduction attempt by a mongrel predator; this time he got too much attention from a bunch of kids at the skate park – a medal for the kids and safety for the intended victim.

It’s amazingly bad how many of these attempts are made and in such an arrogant way; broad daylight, around people, footpaths, you name it. They are sickos and need to be put away.

I rarely hear if the NSW Police have any success in tracking these low lifes and it never ceases to amaze me that these predators seem to have a lucky charm on their side when it comes to witnesses; there’s rarely a good description of the mongrel or number plate or make of car/van. Maybe because they target kids and know they have a pretty fair chance of getting away with their attempt. Mongrels.

It’s amazing also because just about everyone carries a mobile phone which usually incorporates a camera, or they have a small digital camera in their pocket. Everything else seems to be photographed or video’d and YouTube’d; surely some of these predators will find themselves on a screen somewhere? Soon, someone will get a happy snap that might help catch one of these bastards. We have cameras in shopping centres, car parks, speed cameras on streets, traffic cameras on poles; somewhere one of these must pay off in catching a vehicle in the act.

In the meantime, I’ll do my own little bit and if anything seems really suspicious I’ll shoot first and delete later.

Word for today:  ABDUCT; to carry off a person by force.

More to come;  same blog time, same blog channel.

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