Put This Missouri Pig Down!

William McEntee was a cop with a wife and 3 kids.

Officer William McEntee

Along with some other officers, on 5th July, 2005, he served a warrant for the arrest of Kevin Johnson, the criminal in the photo below.

Pic: Missouri Department of Corrections via AP
Kevin Johnson,  killer pig!

Alas, Johnson’s 12-year-old brother, who suffered from a congenital heart defect, collapsed and began having a seizure. He later died in hospital.

In other words, the boy’s death was entirely due to his scumbag brother’s criminality…

…but like many such scum, the pig in the picture is incapable of accepting responsibility.

.When the police officer later returned to the neighbourhood to investigate unrelated reports of fireworks being set off, Johnson shot him several times.

Incredibly, it’s 2022, and the pig’s still not been put down, even though its own attorneys ‘don’t challenge his guilt!’

Why, then, not let the pig be hauled off to the handiest abattoir?





The lawyers ‘claim racism played a role in the decision to seek the death penalty, and in the jury’s decision to sentence him to die.’

Don’t know about you, but to me it sounds very much like the kind of BLM hogwash we’ve heard too much of since….

…that worthless waster Floyd’s demise.

Johnson is black and his victim was white.

Big bloody deal!

Those resourceful attorneys also claim he has ‘a history of mental illness – and that he was 19 at the time of the crime.

That latter argument is self-evidently BS, since even the US Supreme Court…

( before its membership changed for the better!)

…stopped the death penalty for criminals ‘younger than 18 at the time of their crime.’

So the pig is perfectly eligible for execution.

As for mental illness, yes, total absence of conscience could be thus construed – so what?

I tend to agree more with this assessment.

The surviving victims of Johnson’s crimes have waited long enough for justice, and every day longer that they must wait is a day they are denied the chance to finally make peace with their loss…”