Top Hitman “Unrepentant”
“CALI, Colombia — Jhon Jairo Velásquez Vásquez served for years as the ranking sicario, or hitman, of the Medellín Cartel under Pablo Escobar, who was killed 25 years ago this month. Known by the sobriquet “Popeye” because he had served as an officer in the Colombian navy, he says he personally murdered hundreds of people and ordered the deaths of thousands more. ” [The Sicario’s Tale, Part 1: Pablo Escobar’s Top Hitman Tells ‘How I Blew Up More Than 100 People’]
Popeye remains unrepentant and defiant.
[The Sicario’s Tale, Part 1: Pablo Escobar’s Top Hitman Tells ‘How I Blew Up More Than 100 People’]
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History is flooding over with the number of individuals who justify crimes against God.
Indeed, most are fully unrepentant and hotly worthy of hell.
Naturally, all men and women think their sinnings are a “work of art.”
The dark capacity of mankind to justify any evil, small or large, is indicative of a dark conscious.
As God told Adam in the Garden of Eden the day you eat of the fruit, you will die. And die we did.
From personal sins to governmental sins, from crimes committed by police, judges, and prosecutors through-out history the distinction as to what constitutes a criminal is a mute discussion. In short, not worth the time to utter the words as all are guilty and will be proven so by the Living God.
There is a reason, or two, why prisoners view the authorities with contempt knowing that the distinction between them and them is merely that punishment has not caught up with them. What they do have in common is that both are unrepentant.
Never fall for the delusional lie of comparing the goodness you think about yourself by another’s crimes. Such an endeavor is self-righteously stupid.1
Instead, let God convict you of sin unto repentance. This is why Jesus died on the cross that He might send that Spirit of Truth, and I quote,: “And the Spirit of Truth, when He comes, will convict the world concerning sin, and righteousness, and judgment; concerning sin, because they do not believe in Me;” (John 16:8-9).
All are easily proven guilty by the evidence.
All maintain an excuse for sin by twisting the evidence into a lie.
All stand equally guilty before God and righteous men who see through their lies.
Every man’s way is right in his own eyes, But the Lord weighs the hearts.
For a man or woman, to know the truth about themselves they need an outside opinion. No man, or woman, can examine their life and come to a truthful conclusion about the evil deeds they have done. The abundance of counselors required to motivate a person to alter their course of actions, or change a perspective is evidenced the need for a spirit of truth.
The trouble is, to have the Spirit of Truth counseling your life one has to humble themselves. And, that, whether in the Christian church or not, most hotly rebel against.
King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg of the King County Prosecutors Office in Seattle Washington is proof that the Spirit of Truth is wildly rejected. Indeed, King County Prosecutors of Seattle Washington do not even believe a Spirit of Truth exists. As Jesus said, This is the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive because it neither sees him nor knows him. This is why though King County Prosecutors openly declare themselves special cannot believe there is a power that can effectively and painfully humble a man.
If you love me, you will keep my commandments. And I will ask the Father, and he will give you another Advocate, to be with you forever.
This is the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive because it neither sees him nor knows him.
You know him because he abides with you, and he will be in you. (John 14:15-17)
Be not a fool to think that because Jhon Jairo Velásquez Vásquez of the Medellín Cartel under Pablo Escobar is suffering behind prison that your crimes against God and the Truth are not just as unsufferable.
Now there were some present at that time who told Jesus about the Galileans whose blood Pilate had mixed with their sacrifices.
Jesus answered, “Do you think that these Galileans were worse sinners than all the other Galileans because they suffered this way?
I tell you, no! But unless you repent, you too will all perish. (Luke 13:1-3)
As they say, There is none so blind as those who will not see. – Sir John Hayward (c.1560-1627)
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“CALI, Colombia — Jhon Jairo Velásquez Vásquez served for years as the ranking sicario, or hitman, of the Medellín Cartel under Pablo Escobar, who was killed 25 years ago this month. Known by the sobriquet “Popeye” because he had served as an officer in the Colombian navy, he says he personally murdered hundreds of people and ordered the deaths of thousands more.
Popeye was released from prison in 2014 after serving a 23-year sentence. In 2018, he was again arrested as part of a new investigation, although he maintains he is innocent of the new charges. A hero to many next-gen sicarios in Colombia, Central America, and Mexico, Popeye remains unrepentant and defiant.
For this exclusive Daily Beast series, Popeye agreed to speak from prison about his time as chief assassin within Escobar’s drug-fueled empire. Told in his own voice, and with only minor edits for continuity, these anecdotes provide a personal and penetrating account of what it was like to serve as second-in-command to one of the most infamous drug lords of all time.”[The Sicario’s Tale, Part 1: Pablo Escobar’s Top Hitman Tells ‘How I Blew Up More Than 100 People’]