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Old 11-08-2010, 10:37 AM
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Default The CT home invader is sentenced to death.

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/c...H9jKgFddDMlPqJ

Hope they do it quick so we don't waste food on this rabid dog.
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Kill the bastard(s) today. Better yet, let the father pour some gas on them and light the match. I was concerned denfendant #1 would get a life pass, defendant #2 has no chance but death. They should spare the father the pain of another trail and just put both of these guys to sleep immediately.
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I couldn't believe how many days it took the jury to come to this conclusion.
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This is not the CT I grew up in, Thank God! Chris Dodd, Richard Blumenthal, My mother, etc, would never had allowed the death penalty. I hope the other guy gets the same verdict and sentence. I do think CT should allow them a fishing trip on the Mijoy as soon as possible, one way of course.

Speaking of the Mijoy, I fished on it about 50 years ago. That was my first deep sea fishing, way offshore. We caught cod, pollock and the thing I remember the most, conger eel (huge and scary when you're about 10 yrs old and a brook trout is about the biggest thing you've ever caught).

Didn't mean to derail, back to these scumballs!
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Kudos to the DA first time i hear DA don't accept a plea deal,,,
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Originally Posted by salty_dog View Post
Kill the bastard(s) today. Better yet, let the father pour some gas on them and light the match. I was concerned denfendant #1 would get a life pass, defendant #2 has no chance but death. They should spare the father the pain of another trail and just put both of these guys to sleep immediately.
A little harsh,no?.......Just kidding.All that and then some.Theres enough crap in this world to deal with! Kill all these scumbags,NOW!!!
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They say he could spend decades on death row before they give him the needle

WHY??????????????? WHAT'S THE POINT????????????
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He has a bettter chance of dying of old age or at the hands of
his cellmate than actually being executed by the time the ACLU
and the rest of the bleeding hearts get through with this.
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Originally Posted by Mako 234 View Post
They say he could spend decades on death row before they give him the needle

WHY??????????????? WHAT'S THE POINT????????????
Connecticut has like 9 people in death row, but from what I read, they have not executed anyone since the 1960's.
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Originally Posted by CJS View Post
He has a bettter chance of dying of old age or at the hands of
his cellmate than actually being executed by the time the ACLU
and the rest of the bleeding hearts get through with this.
I don't think that anyone on death row gets a cellmate anywhere.
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Originally Posted by Mako 234 View Post
They say he could spend decades on death row before they give him the needle

WHY??????????????? WHAT'S THE POINT????????????
That's true plus.........

This trial was necessary (requested by the husband that survived somehow) only to get the death penalty as these guys pleaded originally pleaded guilty.

This asshole asked for the death sentence and so now they gave him what he wanted - why not let him suffer in a freegin hellhole prison - Death is to easy

So this family had to go through this whole trial and relive all the horror of this so the husband could get revenge - costs us millions already - man I couldn't have put my self and faimly through reliving this..t

Plus imagine how much time and money will be spend with all the appeals and other due process crap

I don't know - its a lose lose situation........
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Death or life?

Hell, split the difference.
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remember this is liberal yankeeland...they will have their sentences converted to life w/o parol and live off the taxpayers.
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Capt Kenny,

I pray you are wrong on this one. Due to the horrific circumstances surrounding this crime, I am not so sure a politician, that includes state judges, would want to risk the shit storm that would ensue should they give a stay or convey the sentance to life. Lets just hope they dont run out of the lethal injections - what a crock. Still pletny of electricity and bullets.
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Originally Posted by salty_dog View Post
Capt Kenny,

I pray you are wrong on this one. Due to the horrific circumstances surrounding this crime, I am not so sure a politician, that includes state judges, would want to risk the shit storm that would ensue should they give a stay or convey the sentance to life. Lets just hope they dont run out of the lethal injections - what a crock. Still pletny of electricity and bullets.
This is true. Actually the publicity may help. They will surely put the appeals and stuff for these guys on the fast track.
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According to anti-Death Penalty groups, once the verdict is in and the sentence
announced, the victims are no longer relevent. The convicted are now the "victims".
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and they wonder why we have no faith in our judicial system.
They said tonight it will be over a year before the other guy goes on trail. WTH!!??

Colin Ferguson, we are still paying for him to breath air, aren't we?
Insane? Maybe not.
Guilty, absolutely, WITHOUT A DOUBT!
http://crime.about.com/od/murder/p/frguson.htm
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I am old school about scum like that guy:
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And it only took 38 MONTHS to come to trial - another travesty in the system!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ;?

I always like to ask the "anti-death" folks - just how MANY people a perp can kill before THEY, themselves, are put to death??? ;? Is it 1, 3, 5, 6, 7 ... ???

Glad he got DEATH though!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Just not sure WHEN that will take place - unfortunately.

My heart goes out to the husband, relatives and friends.

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