Execution delay upsets Lorain County man

Execution delay upsets Lorain County man

There are 15 comments on the Cleveland Plain Dealer (Cleveland Live News) story from Jan 20, 2007, titled Execution delay upsets Lorain County man. In it, Cleveland Plain Dealer (Cleveland Live News) reports that:

Death-row inmate James Filiaggi did not want Gov. Ted Strickland to delay his execution.

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amy

United States

#1 Jan 20, 2007
im feel sorry for both the familys and the children
Mary

Dallas, TX

#2 Feb 3, 2007
I feel sorry for the families and children too...but my sympathy does NOT extend to this murderer. He should keep his mouth shut and be glad he got to live a lot longer than the woman he murdered.
tannersgold2005

United States

#3 Feb 3, 2007
i know the great woman he killed but families are still hurtting and he knows what he did its not up to us to kill him its up to god and he may be living but hes not free and i dont have sympathy for him and for keeping his mouth shut he never wanted to stay alive it was the gov hes to blame
Mary

Dallas, TX

#4 Feb 4, 2007
Hey, it was up to GOD to say when that young woman died to, but that waste of skin didn't like God calling the rules THEN, now did he? If staying alive and being told he will die and then being told he won't is torture for him, then he gets what he deserves. God gave that man free choice just like he's giving the governor free choce now. The murderer chose to kill a young woman. I have no sympathy for him.
no name

United States

#5 Feb 4, 2007
you just are a very unhappy person i dont have any sympathy for hem but your forgetting he never asked to stay alive the gov made that choice for him or did you for get that HE WANTED TO DYE
Mary

Dallas, TX

#6 Feb 4, 2007
no name wrote:
you just are a very unhappy person i dont have any sympathy for hem but your forgetting he never asked to stay alive the gov made that choice for him or did you for get that HE WANTED TO DYE
Keep your kitchen table psychology. NO one needs it.
no name

United States

#7 Feb 4, 2007
wwwwaaaaaa wwwaaaaa
snowbird

Falcon, KY

#9 Jul 13, 2008
no name wrote:
you just are a very unhappy person i dont have any sympathy for hem but your forgetting he never asked to stay alive the gov made that choice for him or did you for get that HE WANTED TO DYE
PLEASE go back to school and learn how to spell.Do you really feel sory for HIM???I don't, he gets what he deserves.
Sherry

Mammoth Cave, KY

#10 Jul 14, 2008
I went to school with that woman's sister. She took care of the kids after the murder. She went out for the night and her best friend was driving. They struck an overpass and that woman's sister was killed. It is true that those kids lost way too much. It is just sad that those kids are going to lose again. The laws of the land are what they are whether we agree or not. How would you feel if someone killed someone close to your heart out of pure cold blood? I feel for the kids, but what kind of message does that send our society if we were to do away with the death penalty?
no name

Little Rock, AR

#11 Jul 14, 2008
no one won in this tragic mess and i did know the family and now that he is dead they are still grieving for their mother and they will never get over their nightmare and they still have to come to terms with their fathers death

Since: May 08

Glendale, CA

#12 Jul 14, 2008
no name wrote:
you just are a very unhappy person i dont have any sympathy for hem but your forgetting he never asked to stay alive the gov made that choice for him or did you for get that HE WANTED TO DYE
To DYE is to change the color of something. To DIE is to put someone out of their misery.
no name

United States

#13 Jul 15, 2008
Reson wrote:
<quoted text>
To DYE is to change the color of something. To DIE is to put someone out of their misery.
so

Since: May 08

Glendale, CA

#14 Jul 16, 2008
no name wrote:
<quoted text>so
learn how to spell, it's not as hard as you think.
no name

Beachwood, OH

#15 Jul 19, 2008
Instead of the State of Ohio humanly executing him, perhaps someone could chase him down at night and make him run into the neighbor's house scared to death. He could try to hide in a closet but he would be found and shot to death with a gun.

Oh wait.......that is what he did to the mother of his children!
no name

Little Rock, AR

#16 Jul 20, 2008
Reson wrote:
<quoted text>learn how to spell, it's not as hard as you think.
sorry it bothers so much

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