I got my best feedback email yet this morning, regarding the Dallas Cowboys Stadium Scandal. This person seemed to go right to the heart of why what was done to so many victims is so very very wrong. And that justice has yet to be served. Unless one counts as partial poetic justice the early booting of the Dallas Cowboys from what the locals thought was to be their certain win in tomorrow's Super Bowl. Go to my Eyes on Texas website for a look at more Feedback on this ongoing scandal and read the full text of some of the victim's injuries in stories in the local news media.
Below is the Feedback Email I got this morning about the Dallas Cowboys Stadium Scandal.
Is anything being done to right this bizarrely shocking wrong? What if an individual forced hundreds of people out of their homes, paying them what he arbitrarily thought was fair market value, with the victims having no say in the matter, as if being robbed at gunpoint, then destroying their homes. Would this not be considered an outrageous crime of the most despicable sort? To do this to build a football stadium? Where is the conscience of these people? I'm not much of a Christian, but I do believe in a lot of what is attributed to Jesus---"what you do to the weakest of my brethren, you do to me." In the Buckle of the Bible Belt was there not a Christian anywhere who acted on the behalf of Jesus to protect those who could not protect themselves from this predatory outrage? Is it too late for a clever lawyer somewhere in the nation, a lawyer with a conscience and with a clear feeling of what is right and wrong, to bring some sort of civil, if not criminal charges, against the perpetrators of this crime? Including the mayor of Arlington and the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, Jerry Jones. Seems for certain if an individual committed this crime, that person would be looking at life in prison. And a huge fine. That this crime was committed while hiding behind the cover of a likely corrupt local government does not make it any less a crime. This stadium needs to be razed to the ground and the land returned to its owners.