Southie: Why was he free?

Southie: Why was he free?

There are 1 comment on the Boston Herald story from Jul 29, 2013, titled Southie: Why was he free?. In it, Boston Herald reports that:

Angry South Boston residents last night demanded to know how violent repeat ex-con Edwin Alemany was free to roam the streets during a terrifying trio of attacks on young women last week - including the abduction and murder of Amy Lord.

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reality is a crutch

Nashua, NH

#1 Jul 30, 2013
criminals always have "rights" everyone worries about criminal rights

but who in the system worries or is concerned with victims rights?

Criminal aren't required to read victims their rights make sure they are not abused so why should anyone give a rats rear end about da criminals?

That lady killed in Southie wasn't read her rights she had none at the hands of the moron who robbed and killed her.

so if he gave her no rights he should have no rights.

No big fat paid for by tax payers lawyers to protect the victim???

those big fat over paid lawyers could minimize the harm the criminals do to victims..........

just take him out back and shoot him. he isn't worth the effort to bring him to trial.

he has no redeemable value

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