Eureka woman gets 25 years in killing...

Eureka woman gets 25 years in killing of Ezra Sanders

There are 44 comments on the Eureka Times Standard story from May 4, 2010, titled Eureka woman gets 25 years in killing of Ezra Sanders. In it, Eureka Times Standard reports that:

A Eureka woman pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in Humboldt County Superior Court Monday for her role in the killing of Ezra Sanders during a botched robbery attempt in February 2009.

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James Cunha

Eureka, CA

#1 May 4, 2010
That's the new thing in town just tell on each other. Truth of the matter is the police department got that handed to them on a platter.Lazy cops use rats so they don't have to be cops
Living In Eureka

Menlo Park, CA

#2 May 4, 2010
More Dead Beats off the streets of Eureka for a good long time - Good job EPD, & thank you!
watcher

Eureka, CA

#3 May 4, 2010
Hey Cunha crawl back into your drug infested hole .
anonymous

United States

#4 May 4, 2010
Manslaughter? Again?
billybob

Millbrae, CA

#5 May 4, 2010
James Cunha wrote:
That's the new thing in town just tell on each other. Truth of the matter is the police department got that handed to them on a platter.Lazy cops use rats so they don't have to be cops
That's funny. Have you ever heard of the phrase "work smarter, not harder"? Well, you probably haven't. Most people that have jobs and are productive members of society have, especially in these economic times. But the bottom line is the cops probably knew what we all know--scum hangs with scum and they are all RATS.
FED-UP

United States

#6 May 4, 2010
James Cunha wrote:
That's the new thing in town just tell on each other. Truth of the matter is the police department got that handed to them on a platter.Lazy cops use rats so they don't have to be cops
There is no honor among theives, because theives are not HONORABLE!
believe

Richmond, CA

#7 May 4, 2010
Ha HA Tracy.....I hope you rott.....now if only your brother could rott with you....crack heads....
Alma B

Eureka, CA

#8 May 4, 2010
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Eureka Ca

San Francisco, CA

#9 May 4, 2010
wow this took forever too sentence these druggie's hope u all rot.
S A R I P

San Francisco, CA

#10 May 4, 2010
I think getting a manslaughter charge is better then letting the case fall between the cracks no pun intended. But if you dont have all the information or the attorney for the defense can work a lesser sentence they need to go for what they can and 20 out of 25 is not bad. She looks like she'll fit right in with prison population HUH. Somebody is going to get a new hair braider HAHA LOL
Eman

Eureka, CA

#11 May 4, 2010
Good!!!!!! And dis cuhna guy can bite da bag!!
Is this "woman"(?) any relation to Ezra Williams? Couldn't help but notice the similarities of names - both first and last names.?????
Relatives? Friends?
Ricky Lee

Eureka, CA

#12 May 4, 2010
All 4 of them couldn't take on Ezra in a fist fight, so they obviously got scared and used a gun. WEAK! Justice was served.
uh huh

Eureka, CA

#13 May 4, 2010
Ezra got what deserved!! and so did the other crack heads. They all won't be selling drugs to kids for a long while. YIPPPEEEEE
No Meth Heads

San Francisco, CA

#14 May 4, 2010
HA HA HA Another methscum bites the bullet!!!

KEEP KILLING THEM THE NO-GOOD METH HEADS.
Denny Crane

Oakland, CA

#15 May 4, 2010
Eman wrote:
Good!!!!!! And dis cuhna guy can bite da bag!!
Is this "woman"(?) any relation to Ezra Williams? Couldn't help but notice the similarities of names - both first and last names.?????
Relatives? Friends?
my info is, there is no connection aside from similarities of surname...
anonymous

Daly City, CA

#17 May 4, 2010
"DA Investigator Steve Dunn said he was confident in the case against Williams if it went to trial"

Why plea bargain it then? This is so wrong.
Denny Crane

Chino, CA

#18 May 4, 2010
anonymous wrote:
"DA Investigator Steve Dunn said he was confident in the case against Williams if it went to trial"
Why plea bargain it then? This is so wrong.
um, usualy to save money, and in this case, perhaps to discredit his boss?
anonymous

Condon, OR

#19 May 4, 2010
Talk is cheap, time isn't. Society thanks you.
George Shieman

San Jose, CA

#20 May 4, 2010
most cases..at least 96% statewide are plea bargained. and what did you want... 25yrs. is 25yrs.
the fact is..a plea bargained case..won't be appealed. If trial would have happened...could have went some other way..
and would be open to appeal.

fact: some people won't admit it...but plea bargains are effective....
george shieman [email protected]

google plea bargains..study the subject..see for yourself.. or just keep shouting..without the facts. Serves your purpose...apparently..
Arcata Reader

Grove, OK

#21 May 4, 2010
Where is Domino21? He would be all for this killing as long as it was a young indian boy that was repeatedly molested.

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