Friday, June 10, 2011

Chicken Soup with local football hero Dustin Camp of Amarillo, Texas.

Terrorists can cool their ethical jets by reading about yet another example of the sort of characters the American Family is proud of producing.






DUSTIN CAMP


I'll be adding to the story about this gem of the American Family later. For now, read this and this.

American Hero of the gridiron Dustin Camp got away with murder for very simple reasons: He played football and he committed murder in Texas. What else do you need to know?

Is this the same guy? If not, then it's an amazing coincidence.

Anyone interested in the Dustin Camp case should find this interesting.

Here's more.

As always...Why do so many Americans behave in a manner that makes it so easy for terrorists, foreign or domestic to hate them?

26 comments:

  1. I never met Brian, but I followed his lifestyle in the same era, while living in California and being harassed by jocks on a continuous basis. I remember feeling like a outcast by simply looking like one, and for that reason being punk was more than just looking different. However, I always felt the danger when around jocks, and I knew it had everything to do with how jocks hated being confused and threaten by anything foreign. Also, jocks wanted control, and they felt especially owed when they were emerging stars that made schools profitable. I believe the problem starts with the coaches, who can careless with how many cheerleaders are sexually exploited by their players, just as long as the players are performing well and winning games. Overtime, this sort of attitude with jocks becomes a god complex, and when faced with people that are 180 degrees out of phase with their simplistic mindsets, such as with punks or other freaks; jocks respond with violence to show dominance. In the case with Dustin; I highly doubt any of his coaches ever talked to him about acceptance, and if any of them did I'm sure the outcome of Brian's life would of probably turned out differently.

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    1. The problem started with the families of all and the communities. 1. Brian's life was somehow relegated to being less. The trial put Brian on trial, that somehow because he had problems, because he chose punk, because his parents were poor, because his parents were new to that community, Brian's life was not that valuable. 2. Dustin's life was held as more. He was a young white man from a good christian family who was embedded in the community, with a bright future ahead of him, and he just made one little mistake. 3. The proscecution did not argue that Brian's life was equal to Dustin's and all in that room. They acquiessed that Brian was some sort of deviant. 4. It was only when the witness and rider in the car testified that Dustin bragged about running over Brian did a conviction seem necessary. Brian's family settled a wrongful death suit against Camp for $25,000. That in of itself still boils my blood. Brian's family were abused for their ignorance. Punk isn't deviant. A life is worth a great deal. I don't know where Dustin is, but I hope that Deneke haunts him.

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    2. Dustin Camp was obviously a typical jock who was raised to belive that he is not only above the law but above the most basic expectations of decent behavior. Columbine was full of these things and even after a massacre the local citizens still appear to have their heads up their asses. I had a link to Dustin Camp's whereabouts but it seems to have disappeared. I'll look for it.

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  2. Anyone considering terrorism as a solution to their problems can learn all they need to know about the value of human life by following this case.

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  3. dustin camp should be judge and jail no one deserve to die the way brian deneke die

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  4. Apparently Brian Deneke's life and those of many other victims isn't valued by either our criminal justice system or the general public.

    Terrorists can learn from this.

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  5. I met Dustin Camp while in prison in Ft. Stockton Tx. I really cant think of anything bad to say about the guy. He was remorseful and genuine.

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    1. Did he get raped in prison? How common was rape at your prison?

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    2. Rape is an expression of power and dominance and is unrelated to sexual preference.

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    3. remorsefull, after 15 years... He has never once apologized to the family, or even given a statement that reflects that comment. Because he hasn't shown any remorse to the public and after 15 years. We do not buy it and we have never heard it.

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    4. fucking jock faggots will pay

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    5. I never got the impression he was gay.

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    6. I met Dustin while in prison in Ft. Stockton Texas as well. I was impressed with his character and his values, he stood up for other and himself. He was a genuinely good guy and didn't have a mean bone in his body. People make mistakes, especially in youth.

      "We must develop and maintain the capacity to forgive. He who is devoid of the power to forgive is devoid of the power to love. There is some good in the worst of us and some evil in the best of us. When we discover this, we are less prone to hate our enemies." -Martin Luther King jr.

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    7. The American public has an almost infinite capacity to demand that victims forgive even the most sadistic sociopaths while almost no capacity to punish offenders. This is most visible when the offender is an athlete. Soulless, social climbing whores lavishly reward the offender, toadying, sycophantic cowards reward the offender, and the audience just keeps showing up and cheering. May they all burn in Hell. By the way...if you're such a fine judge of right and wrong, what were you doing in prison?

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  6. His quality of character isn't measured by how he feels after the victim has been harmed or killed but by the willingness to not harm the victim in the first place.

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    1. Texan BodybuilderMay 28, 2012 at 11:43 PM

      Well put. You're ABSOLUTELY right!

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  7. burn in hell camp, ur a scumbag who will always be empty inside eeking through life. I wish nothing but the worst for him. The only people worse than Camp are the jury members who acquitted him of murder one, shame on u gutless ignorant scum.

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    1. Your comment about the jury leads me to believe you'll relate to the post called "Chicken Soup with the Bully Enablers." E-mail all your friends. Perhaps they'll relate to it as well.

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  8. Well all I can say is that the people from Texas are like the cattle that they raise. Let me explain I was in the middle of the road, I was a jock, but yet loved my style of music. I was raised listening to punk and enjoyed it, but yet I never his it and yet never bullied anyone around. And as for the people out in Texas I am so sorry for you, you just shouldn't be to give and or express how their rights are getting exploited. Nobody right have been exploited like Brian's right have, and for the idiot who served time with that murder saying that he's real sorry, well wouldn't you be sorry if you had to report to a probation officer? And let's not forget about his dad lying for his son, I think that if anything if that's what a real American family is all about I don't want to be part of it. And yes I played ball down in Texas and hated everything thing about being there, and parents should stop, and see what kids are really doing and start taking responsibility for teaching their kids how to be judgemental and bullies.

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  9. I've emphasized a number of times in this blog that bullies are like human feces. They emerge from the orifice of family character and they're welcomed with open arms by their peers in the cesspool of community character.

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  10. Two almost identical comments left on 9/24/2012 by an anonymous reader claimed that a certain individual paid for Dustin Camp's legal defense. I performed a brief internet search in an attempt to confirm this but was unsuccessful.

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  11. ARE YOU SERIOUS? WHAT KINDA OF JUDGE WOULD ACCEPT OR ALLOW SUCH A.SPIT IN THE FACE OF JUSTICE. i THINK HE SHOULD HACE BEEN PUT IN JAIL MIN 25 YEARS. I JUST HOPE HE NEVER MEETS ANYONE I LOVE HE LOOKS PURE EVIL. IF IT HAPPENS AGAIN I HOPE YOU PEOPLE CAN LIVE WITH YOUR DECISION

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    1. Two words: football, Texas.
      Visit my Chicken Soup with Ryan Tucker post if you like what you read about Dustin Camp.

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  12. Is this the guy? https://www.facebook.com/dustin.camp.5?fref=ts

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    1. No. The facebook guy you referenced went to high school in Illinois. This post is about yet another football hero in Texas.

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