Bodies found in barn were of women missing for months
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#1 Apr 2, 2007
this sewer rat deserves the harshest treatment the law allows. If he were to be shot several times for attempting to escape, I doubt if there would be much of an investigation, and the world would be a much better place without him.
#2 Apr 3, 2007
If I were King, his sentence would be confinement in a sealed 30-gallon drum. He would have a brief period of time to ponder his acts.
#3 Apr 26, 2007
As it happens, I know this man.He has bi-polar, a split personality, and a growth on his brain. He was not in his right mind at the time. He happens to have dearly loved his Aunt Nancy, and would not have hurt her for the world, if his mind had not snapped. People who have mental difficulties, which are most certainly not of their own making, should not be so harshly judged by those who do not know the circumstances , as deserving of such cruel punishments as those you have described. Should he be punished? Of course. But he doesn't even realize that he did these crimes.
#4 Apr 26, 2007
So he didn't know wrong from right?
He knew enough to hide the bodies so he must have known what he did was wrong.
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