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A Texas rancher who beat his daughter's accused molester to death moments after he discovered the man raping the 5-year-old girl, will not be charged with his homicide, officials said, as they released chilling 911 tapes of the father calling for help as the other man died.

A grand jury Tuesday decided not to indict the 24-year-old father who beat ranch hand Jesus Mora Flores to death with his bare hands, after finding the man abusing his daughter behind a barn.

"I need an ambulance. This guy was raping my daughter and I don't know what to do," the father is heard telling dispatchers in a frantic call to 911.

The attack happened on June 9 at an isolated ranch near Shiner, Texas. A witness saw Flores "forcibly carrying" the girl into a secluded area and ran to find the father, according to court documents. Running towards his daughter's screams, the father found Flores and the girl, both with their underwear removed, according to police reports.

He pulled Flores off the little girl and "inflicted several blows to the man's head and neck area," according to documents.

Authorities who examined the girl and Flores' body confirmed a sexual assault had occurred.

ABC News does not identify the victims of sexual assault, and is not identifying the father in an effort to protect the minor girl's identity.

The father called 911 from a cell phone and did not immediately know his exact whereabouts, making it difficult for emergency personell to find him.

"Come on! This guy is going to die on me!" the man yelled at the 911 dispatcher. "I don't know what to do."

The father was never arrested, but Flores' death was investigated as a homicide.

"Under the law in the state of Texas deadly force is authorized and justified in order to stop an aggravated sexual assault or sexual assault," District Attorney Heather McMinn told reporters.

"All the evidence provided by the sheriff's department and the Texas Rangers indicated that's what was occurring when the victim's father arrived at the scene," she said.

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Dam didn't realize this was over a year old. Friend just forwarded this to me a few hours ago so I thought it was recent.

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Good, seems like he had no choice.

Raping a 5 year old is disgusting.

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Good call. Charging a guy that enraged with a crime is pretty hard to do. He is in a state of temporary insanity hes so infuriated.

Be the same thing if he caught some guy raping his wife.

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Put yourself in that guys shoes and you'd have a hard time restraining himself given what he witnessed. I don't how legal provocation works down south but it's obviously different from here if he got off scot-free .

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Doesn't justify the killing but it was the right call.

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Good, seems like he had no choice.

Raping a 5 year old is disgusting.

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raping anyone is disgusting

raping a 5 year old is unthinkable

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Good, seems like he had no choice.

Raping a 5 year old is disgusting.

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Reactions in threads like this remind me how little we've moved on from the days of lynch mobs as a society.

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He killed a man that deserved to die. There is nothing wrong with this whatsoever. This wrong does in fact absolve the other.

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Why have ANY justice system at all in place with this disturbing logic? He killed a man. One wrong doesn't absolve the other.

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Not doing the same thing is maybe the biggest regret of my life.

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Why have ANY justice system at all in place with this disturbing logic? He killed a man. One wrong doesn't absolve the other.

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