Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Marcus Luttrell is the the lone survivor of a seal team that was sent into Afghanistan's Hindu Kush mountains to kill a Taliban leader, Omar. His team was found out by goat herders. The team captured the goat herders and then debated whether to kill them or let them go. They chose to let them go and by doing so sealed their death warrant. The seals moved their position, but still had to stay in the area in order to complete their mission. Hours later they heard movement on a cliff above them, they hid. Taliban members started searching the area and one man peaked into a dark crevis where the last thing to go through his head was a bullet.

This started a massive fire fight where four seals fought over 100 Taliban. The Seals fought from a disadvantage from the start as the enemy held the high ground. The seals retreated down the mountain by jumping off cliffs and rolling down, once they stopped they immediately started fighting again while another member tumbled down. At the end of the battle their was only one man alive and he was wounded, the story continues as he escapes and evades the enemy through the mountains, is helped (saved) by Pushton tribesmen, and finally found by Army Rangers. For the full story, read Lone Survivor, by Maruc Luttrell, it is an amazing story, better then fiction, and truly a testament to Navy Seals.

Well, below is the story of how this survivor's dog has been shot and killed by PUNKs. Pure punks who deserve no pity and no rehabilitation, they deserve a bullet and a shallow grave. Read this story and try not to be outraged and not cry for the loss of humanity in America. Feel compassion for this man who has gone through so much and continues to have to endure more pain at the hands of punks and scum. This is one man, but how many more stories are there that do not have the high profile of Mr. Luttrell.


Transcript from Glenn Beck Radio Program:

CALLER: Hey, Glenn, thanks for taking my call. I just wanted to know, Friday you asked us to pray for Marcus and I was just seeing if you had an update today on what's going on with him.

GLENN: Yes, I do. Yes, I do. Marcus Luttrell is the lone survivor. He was part of the SEAL team. It was the biggest battle any SEAL in SEAL history. He was the only survivor. He lost his whole team. He was then taken by Al Qaeda and the Taliban and he was tortured beyond your wildest imagination and there they held him for a while. He's been sick. He still hasn't recovered from all of the things that they did to him and so he just has he's always in for his back and surgery and everything else.
On Thursday I believe it was, Wednesday or Thursday about 1:00 a.m., Marcus is a guy who doesn't sleep anymore at night. He sleeps during the daytime. And about 1:00 he happened to be awake and he heard a gunshot. He lives on a ranch with his mother in Texas. He grabs his gun and he goes outside. There he sees, I believe it was four. It may be three but I believe it was four young men 18 to 24 years old, all of them, where they had just shot his dog. Marcus' dog is named Dasy. Each letter represents D A S Y represents one of the fallen members of his team. It was given to him in recovery to help him through the recovery process. This dog means everything to Marcus. Marcus had his gun and he took it out and he put it right between the eyes of one of the guys. He was standing away from them, pointed right between the eyes. Now, here's a SEAL team member who is wildly, he's just, he is having trouble, man. He is still recovering from his injuries. He had just gotten out of surgery. He's standing there with a gun between the guy's eyes. He doesn't fire. All four and he's just saying, "You killed my dog." They executed his dog. "You killed my dog. Why would you do that?" They run. They get into his car. Marcus gets into his truck, chases them over four counties, finally runs them into a ditch. He calls the Rangers.
The Texas Rangers arrive and these guys, when the Texas Rangers are taking these guys away, Marcus has held them there by a gun. As the Rangers are taking these guys away, they're threatening Marcus' life and saying, "When we get out, we're coming for you next. First it was your dog. It's going to be you next. You don't know who you're messin' with." That's when Marcus kind of snapped just a little bit and said to the Ranger, "Excuse me, ranger, do you know who I am?" He said, "Yes, sir, Mr. Luttrell, I do." He said, "You might want to explain to these punks because I could have killed them 600 different ways and if I wanted to kill you guys after what you would have done what you just did to my dog, I would have pulled you down into my basement and I would have tortured you for days and you wouldn't have died until you begged me for death. So before you start saying you're going to come after me, you better learn who you've just whose dog you just killed."

They get into jail. These four punks have been killing dogs in Marcus' county now for a month, for joys, joy rides and kicks. Tonight Marcus is going to be on television and he's going to tell the story, and I'm showing the pictures of these dirtbags. And I want you to call PETA, I want you to call every activist you know. I want you to hear the story of a hero whose dog was executed. In all of the times that everybody is saying, oh, guns gotta be taken off the streets, you gun nuts. Here's a responsible gun owner that with everything he's gone through, everything that that dog means, these dirtbags come and kill his dog. He could have killed them all. He probably would have enjoyed it, justifiably so and he didn't because he's an American hero. Keep him in your prayers.

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