Cumming Man Found Murdered in His Dee...

Cumming Man Found Murdered in His Deer Processing Business

There are 7 comments on the story from Dec 3, 2012, titled Cumming Man Found Murdered in His Deer Processing Business. In it, reports that:

A 60-year-old Cumming man was found murdered Sunday night in his deer processing business in Hancock County, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation .

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#1 Dec 19, 2012
Does anyone know.what is going on with this investigation?
Rusty Houser

Phenix City, AL

#2 Mar 19, 2013
I am sincerely sorry for the loss of this fellow in the deer processing business.Most people over 50 in certain businesses are just as their parents were,rock solid morally.

I am also sorry for what is to come for the other very few moral souls left in the entire US.

I am not sorry for the 90% immoral population which will be meeting the same fate.

Filth is rampant.That none have stood against it causes me to take rest in the worse than MAD MAX near future which approaches.
Rusty Houser

Phenix City, AL

#3 Mar 21, 2013
Topix is censoring in other towns watch this message disappear shortly

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#4 Mar 23, 2013
I hope he doesn't end up in the Venison.
C Brown

Indianapolis, IN

#5 Jul 3, 2013
My prayers go out to his family. Your not safe anywhere-anymore. I hope they catch who ever did it.
Georgia used to be one of the best states to live people, safety, soutern hospality - loved it when I lived there.
My niece lives in Cummings I only pray she and her family remane safe.

Doniphan, MO

#6 Jul 7, 2013
Georgia use to be a safe place in general. It appears new generations do not value life as we do.

Corruption began this process
Just Saying

Lawrence, KS

#7 Jul 13, 2013
Please do not judge all younger people by the same standards-or measure us all with the same ruler.
I have been through many things in my life, ranging from the mundane to the downright not quite right. But whenever I consider an action, I try to see the negative consequences as well as the positive. I don't always choose right...None of us can say we always have. But I try to choose what is equally beneficial to "the collective group"...Not just for myself. If a sacrifice is to be made, I try to ensure that I am the one making it.
I consider myself to be a moral person. I love my Creator and His Son; I love my family; I don't steal (nor will I knowingly abide such persons around me); I believe in truth (although telling a friend her hairdo is nice when it isn't can save a few tears now and then)which has cost me a job opportunity or leadership position more than once; I stand up for those in need (so long as they are also willing to help themselves); I work hard; I pay my taxes; I am not on government assistance (although I don't think assistance is entirely negative if used appropriately) and therefore am getting sometimes less than I give; I pay down my debts; I treat others with as much-and sometimes much more-respect as they afford me. Any mistakes I have made in the past, I have worked-or am working-to rectify. I may not be a homeowner, but I pay my rent in a timely fashion.
I treat each person as their actions dictate that I treat them. Dishonor yourself, and dishonor me in the process, and we will simply have to agree to disagree. In this way, morality becomes more of a relative term.
Our hearts tell us what is right-based on the code of accepted behavior passed down to us through our courts, our spirituality, and through basic common knowledge. But our minds can sometimes twist these known facts in a way that is more fitting to our lifestyle or situation.
Such as the doting wife who allows her husband to slap her around simply because that was "the way he was raised," or because "that's the way things are always done." To her, her husband may still be a morally sound individual. To the rest of the community, he might be viewed as a monster. The same goes for women. A woman who slaps or berates her husband in front of others because she knows he is will not retaliate is in the same morally sinking boat. Except in a case of life or death, in my opinion, it is never okay for either a man or woman to strike the other. Man and woman are made to supplement each other. Anything else is a moral sacrilege.
I believe that within our New Order Style Culture of Sex Sells...We have lost something very important. Our Moral Gender Identity. We don't value each other anymore. Some argue that "Paula Deen Is Georgia's Best Commodity". I argue, "Man is Woman's Best Commodity...And She Is His" But what do I know? I'm just a single, middle/lower class woman with no PH.D...I couldn't possibly know what I'm talking about.

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