I thought I’d better send another column before all my friends get to thinking I have crossed over to the other side. I thought I was going to for awhile.
I caused my pacemaker to work harder than it was made to do, and I paid the price.
I was just getting over the shingles too, for the second time. I had them at age 45, so it has been 25 years.
For all of you who have inquired about the progress of getting our son’s remains exhumed, I can’t see any progress thus far. When I started learning about the laws of our land, one of the first things I learned was the fact that the criminals have more rights than the victims, especially if the victim is no longer around to argue their case.
I wish to repeat what I have already said — our son did not die due to a heart attack, suicide, accidental overdose, or anything else of this nature. Our son died due to premeditated murder, carefully planned by more than one person, but only one pulled the trigger. The others helped load the gun.
There never has been a perfect murder, and there never will be. Some just take a little more time to reach a sensible conclusion.
I was hoping I would have something encouraging to report, but no such luck. We do appreciate the concern of our friends, our neighbors, and our family members.
As I always say, the Lord will take care of it. He will destroy the wicked when they least expect it, and it may be just a tiny little clot on the brain, but that is all it takes.
If you violate God’s commandments, you will pay the ultimate price. I guarantee He won’t get the wrong one, either.
You may fool mankind, but you’ll not fool God.
Until next time.
Contributing writer Relon Hampton lives at Premium.