Hero Kills Man Who Was Trying to Drown 3-Month-Old Twin Babies In Bathtub

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An Oklahoma man who was trying to drown his three-month-old twins in a bathtub was fatally shot by a neighbor.

NBC News reports that Leland Foster, 27, showed up at a home where his estranged wife, identified as Michelle Forrells, was staying with their twins.

Foster reportedly pulled Forrells and their children into a bathroom and started trying to drown the children — while holding Forrells at knifepoint. A 12-year-old girl also living in the house ran to a neighbor’s house for help.

The neighbor, Cash Freeman, rushed over to the home to find Foster trying to drown the 3-month-old twins, a boy and a girl, in the bathtub, KFOR reports.

He then shot Foster twice in the back with a gun.

Freeman spoke with KFOR off camera and said when he saw what was happening in the bathroom, he did what he had to do to save the babies. He added that he is concerned that he could be in trouble for the shooting, however.

Another neighbor, Summer Pierce, said Freeman’s actions were justified:

“I think he did the right thing because who knows what would happen, because who knows what would have happened to the babies if he hadn’t intervened. They might not have made it.”

Freeman was questioned by police and later released. Investigators will decide whether Freeman will face charges for killing Foster.

The babies were taken to Mercy Hospital in Ada, and then flown to an Oklahoma City hospital. They have been released and are doing fine, reports KXII.

Foster has a history of violence. In 2011, he was charged with domestic abuse by strangulation and arson in the first degree. He pleaded no contest.

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  • Cynical Old Bastard

    OK then.

    Riddle me this, Batman… Just how in the holy-fucking hell did it become Heroic to do something any normal person who wasn’t a sociopathic, psychotic, fucktarded whackanoid serial killer would do?

    Answer me that question.

    Oh.

    Wait.

    Duh. I forgot. Sorry. My bad.

    Participation-trophy snowflake generation.

    It must be nice to be one of them. We had to actually work for our shit. They automatically become heroes if they actually survive to the age of thirty… which, coincidentally, is right about the time they graduate from shoelace tying school.

    YAY! They get two trophies and TWO hero badges on one day! Hope they have room on their wall….

    • The usual way is by acting as a poorly-paid mercenary for the United States government, like most of our veterans did.

      • Cynical Old Bastard

        This is true, D_3. People hate to accept that fact, but no matter how you try to sugar-coat it, it’s the truth. But that sort of “heroism” is solely governmental acclaim and media adoration–not true heroism. What most think of as true heroism (combat/war) is simply governmental manipulation of public perceptions; or brainwashing

        But I rather suspect that the men/women who crawl back into the burning tank to save their brothers are the very same people who would rush into a burning building to rescue a litter of nursing kittens.

        Most normal (average) people wouldn’t even consider the tank or the kittens but would not hesitate to save the babies… no matter the situation or risk.

        Thanks for bringing that aspect to it.

        • I’ve been alienating and orientating the thinking of “patriots” on this for several decades. I have come to regard veterans as nothing but ignorant traitors. I wrote an essay for my political_reading_room group on Yahoo. Here it is:
          Treason is defined in the Constitution at Article 3, Section 3, as consisting “only in levying War against (the United States), or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.”
          All members of the American military take an oath to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; (and to) bear true faith and allegiance to the same.”
          When the military is committed to foreign actions without a declaration of war by Congress, as required by Article 1, Section 8, Paragraph 11 of the Constitution, that is a violation of the Constitution, arguably the action of domestic enemies.
          When a member of the military participates in an unconstitutional foreign military deployment, s/he violates both the Constitution and his/her oath to “support and defend” it, giving “aid and comfort” to it’s “domestic enemies,” committing treason by the definition given by the Constitution.

          • Cynical Old Bastard

            Hm… interesting. I actually had to think for a change–(you owe me a beer for that. it’s my day off). I like it.

            I posit that the truly ignorant cannot, by default, be traitors. If one has not been taught the truth, or only small, edited portions thereof, then one cannot possibly be a traitor to something of which he/she is unaware.

          • It all depends on whether mens rea is one of the points to be proven. If one is not competent to take an oath, one shouldn’t be allowed to. Once taken, malintent amounts to malfeasance, which is easily translated into treason due to negligence. The goal is to recruit ignorants that will work to be considered heroes, and it is working well to turn us into a nation of feudal slaves.

          • Cynical Old Bastard

            In this case it depends on nothing of the sort. You stated, ” I have come to regard veterans as nothing but ignorant traitors.”

            Without a qualifier in that sentence that implies ALL veterans.

            I presented a very well reasoned and cohesive counterpoint to your statement. You have yet to refute it.

          • Just as Hillary’s failure to safeguard the secrets that she had been entrusted with wasn’t and isn’t based on her intent, neither is the oath of office, because anyone who can’t figure out that they are working in collusion with our foreign and domestic enemies is so far buried in moral turpitude to be useless in defending the republic.
            If all veterans have violated their oath, all veterans are ignorant traitors. I have talked to enough of them that agreed with the basic premise of my essay, either immediately or after their anger abated and they gave it some serious thought, to know that they understood it.
            I can’t, nor will I attempt to, refute a misperception of the political reality that brought about the military oath.

          • Cynical Old Bastard

            I can’t, nor will I attempt to, refute a misperception of the political reality that brought about the military oath.

            And there it is. You can’t do it. You can’t do it so you won’t even attempt too. In fact, when something challenges your implanted perceptions you simply reject it out of hand. If that doesn’t work you then attack.

            It’s the way you all work It’s call the “Slide Response”. It’s a classic sign among the heavily indoctrinated. That and circular reasoning. All of you do it.

            Most people avoid your kind.

            I like fuckin’ with y’all too much for that. More fun than a herd of stiff-legged (fainting) goats.

            Look, I don’t know if you’re new to debating or what… but you can’t PROVE the argument in question by using citations from the argument in question. DUH.

            That’s not how this shit works.

            You have to defend and prove your position. Not the other way around, buddy. And if you can’t defend your position you either graciously accede to a superior reasoning level or you make snarky, superior remarks and retreat into your own little fantasy world safe and secure in your little “blanky” of smug, implanted superiority and circular logic.

            Yeah.

            I know your kind.

            I know you well.

          • I know your kind too. You stand on the sidewalk during a parade, waving the flag while the traitors walk by in uniform, regaled as heroes, smug in your ignorant jingoism. This never was a debate until you had to win it.
            Were you one of the SS officers that got illegally immigrated into this country to staff the CIA after it was converted from the OSS?

          • Cynical Old Bastard

            Heh-heh. Owned ^^^^^

          • Toby Keith is just another moronic jingo playing to the moronic jingos of the bomb, bomb, bomb crew.

          • Cynical Old Bastard

            Oh yeah?

            Well you’re a stupidhead.

          • And you are a big fat kettle.

          • Phil_Ossifer

            I would argue that, without full and complete disclosure beforehand, one is not competent to swear general allegiance to anything due to ignorance (not stupidity – BIG difference between the two). The question, then, is: what constitutes “full and complete disclosure?” A tricky question to be sure, but I think we can agree that such disclosure is definitely not being made at present in just about any situation where an oath is required.

          • Back before the War Department became the Department of Defense, all inductees were required to study TM-2000-25 and pass a test on its contents before they would be sworn in and sent to boot camp. This material educated them in the difference between a democracy and a republic, and the difference between a citizen and subject.
            This material is still readily available on the Internet. If the link works, you can also find it on my political_reading_room Yahoo group at groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/political_reading_room/conversations/messages/105 Due to Yahoo’s truncation, it takes three posts, but it all seems to be there.

          • The infamy of the Japanese military in attacking Pearl Harbor is a piker compared to Lyndon Johnson’s response to the IDF’s attack on the USS Liberty. http://usslibertymovie.com/

  • The Patriot

    Foster was trying to drown two babies… Then what would he do next to others in the house? Very dangerous situation that called for quick and decisive action. Plus – the guys name is Cash Freeman. Justified.

    • Phil_Ossifer

      I’m pretty sure the ex-wife would have been the next victim. Then he would have gone on the lam and who knows how many others he would probably kill or maim? Freeman performed a necessary service to mankind by taking out the human garbage.

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  • Clementine

    Good riddance and thanks for taking out the trash Mr. Freeman!

  • renee ciccioni

    He is so justified.

  • SP_88

    Heroic? I don’t know. Certainly he did the right thing. And he did put himself at risk for getting cut, stabbed or possibly killed by going into the house with that lunatic armed with a knife. Somebody armed with a knife can be very dangerous, especially in a small area like a bathroom. So perhaps he could be considered a hero for that.
    If you look at it from the perspective of someone with a gun shooting someone with a knife, it makes it sound easy. Everyone knows that you don’t bring a knife to a gun fight. But if you don’t understand self defense situations, you might think that anyone with a gun could easily take out someone who has a knife. But anyone who knows better will tell you that someone armed with a knife can be very difficult to defend against, even if you have a gun.
    So before you guys dismiss Mr. Freeman as not deserving of being called a hero, keep in mind that he did in fact risk his life, or at least he potentially could have been risking his life to stop this knife wielding lunatic from killing two babies, a woman, and a twelve year old girl. He went into that house not knowing what he was walking into. All he knew was what a twelve year old girl told him. And she could have easily missed the fact that this guy had a gun or some other weapon.
    I don’t think that “hero” is too much.

  • Marine Assassin

    Glad the dude is dead.