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Let the bastards come now he thought just let them come This time hed be ready for them and he was He had his crossbow in hand a long hunting knife on his leather belt and a vicious-looking machete on the low coffee-table near the large front window through which he had a fair view of the path leading up to the house The house was in darkness except for a single light in the hall it was a ploy It was obvious to him that no experienced burglar would go for a place in complete darkness in case the owner was upstairs in bed But a single solitary light in an otherwise darkened house was usually a sign that the place was empty and that was what he wanted them to think Twice hed been done over The first time hed let it go thinking the police might catch the thief But they hadnt The thief had left no fingerprints no clues nothing That was their excuse and hed accepted it The second time the police virtually told him there was no real chance of catching the man unless they spotted him wandering down the road with a diamond tiara in one hand and a silver candlestick in the other Hed been brought up to believe in right and wrong But today Well no one gave a damn No one wanted to work for a living if they could make money by stealing or pimping Kids were brought up on violence it was in the cinema on the streets on television It was everywhere guns knives you name it If he tried to speak out against it would get him nowhere and he was likely to be accused of discrimination discrimination against the blacks the whites teenagers the unemployed the unemployable They all had rights these days there were Gay Rights Prisoners Rights Feminist Rights About the only people who had no real rights
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