Sadly, more and more that is getting to be a shitty wishful thinking.


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) – A woman was kidnapped, brutally beaten and raped by a man at a Nashville apartment on Friday, according to the Metro Nashville Police Department.

Carl Rouse Jr., 49, is charged with especially aggravated kidnapping and rape, among other charges.

On April 12, Hermitage patrol officers responded to 644 Glastonbury Road to a reported assault at Glastonbury Woods Apartments. The victim was transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center, where police interviewed her. The victim told police she and friends were hanging out at an apartment when Rouse entered and began yelling at them.

She said he took her phone and wallet and began punching her in her head repeatedly, saying she was not leaving, and he was not going to let her go, according to an arrest report. Rouse then dragged the woman to a bedroom, threw her on a bed and raped her, according to police. The woman’s husband later walked into the apartment and got her help.

At VUMC, the woman went through medical scans which revealed she had a fractured neck and face, along with a severe cut on her head. She had additional bruising on the face, arms and head, police said.

Man charged after woman brutally beaten, raped in Nashville (

I found Carl Rouse’s criminal history and it dates back to the 90s. This fucker should have been in prison, but they kept letting him go. From drug dealing to Felon in possession of a firearm and even a prior case similar to this one last year, this guy has over 50 felonies charge in his record, but mostly were either dismissed or he was given parole which he went to violate.

He remains jailed Monday morning on more than $200,000 bond.

He’ll be walking free soon.


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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

3 thoughts on ““But you have to trust the Law and the System.””
  1. Laws, police and the courts exist, in no small part, to protect the rights of those accused of wrongdoing. The process is supposed to be evidence gathering, accusation, maybe more evidence collected, trial, and then either acquittal or punishment.
    As people believe less and less in the ability or willingness of that system to ensure the punishment of those verified guilty, let alone the rest of it, they will become more and more likely to make their own retribution. (I was going to write “take the law into their own hands,” but that doesn’t really apply if the rule of law is generally abandoned, does it?)

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