Former Ohio death-row inmate in trouble again | The Columbus Dispatch

A Minnesota man, released from death row in Ohio, is back behind bars. Kenneth Richey is accused of threatening staff at the Crow Wing County detox center. Full Story
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dat right

Lancaster, OH

#1 Apr 5, 2011
richey is one sick puppy
Lolita Shih Tzu

Columbus, OH

#2 Apr 5, 2011
Why did they let him go free? I know, but you can tell he belongs behind bars.
NurseMeg

Columbus, OH

#3 Apr 5, 2011
Clearly, he still has issues.
John Que

Phoenix, AZ

#4 Apr 5, 2011
This bad boy just needs to be taken out back to the wood shed and have the sh*t kicked out of him.
Bubba

Newark, OH

#5 Apr 5, 2011
Our LEGAL System ? What else is new ? It cost $64,000. a year to house one per year ! Put a few more in the ground.
2 Cents

Columbus, OH

#6 Apr 5, 2011
NurseMeg wrote:
Clearly, he still has issues.
Yup, 20 years on death row just might do that.
Publius

Londonderry, OH

#7 Apr 5, 2011
He will inevitably kill again. Hope the libs are happy then....
Reggie Dunlop

Blacklick, OH

#8 Apr 5, 2011
I wish we had a group of people that no one knew who went around and dispatched these people from the face of the Earth. Just sayin'
Just wondering

Fort Myers, FL

#9 Apr 5, 2011
Just another failure of our "justice system." They're still issuing concealed carry permits. Better get one while you can.
Disgusted

Columbus, OH

#10 Apr 5, 2011
Bubba wrote:
Our LEGAL System ? What else is new ? It cost $64,000. a year to house one per year ! Put a few more in the ground.
Not just the legal system ... also the bleeding heart liberal lawyers who are making big money getting these scumbags released back into society. I wonder how the defense attorney would feel if his family was the victim of this menace to society!
You got that right

Columbus, OH

#11 Apr 5, 2011
Reggie Dunlop wrote:
I wish we had a group of people that no one knew who went around and dispatched these people from the face of the Earth. Just sayin'
Where is "Paul Kersey" when you need him?
Anonymous

Delaware, OH

#12 Apr 5, 2011
. He's Minnesota's problem now, not ours.

“Time traveler”

Since: Apr 10

At large

#13 Apr 5, 2011
I guess a person don't learn many social skills on death row.
ISSUES

Grove City, OH

#14 Apr 5, 2011
Sounds like this gentleman has anger issues. So, we can either put him in the corner for a 30 minute time out, send him to anger management classes, or just put him out of his misery. Shall we take a vote?
hmmm

Columbus, OH

#15 Apr 5, 2011
Reggie Dunlop wrote:
I wish we had a group of people that no one knew who went around and dispatched these people from the face of the Earth. Just sayin'
Isn't that what the Mofia does?
My Turn

New York, NY

#16 Apr 5, 2011
He started that fire back in 1986 right before I moved to Lima. He was, and I believe still is a British citizen. The case was a mess and the Brits were screaming about out death penalty. Somehow he got out, went back to Britian and got in trouble over there too. I believe it was assault on a family member. Just how he got back into the U.S is unknown.
Chris

Columbus, OH

#17 Apr 5, 2011
Bubba wrote:
Our LEGAL System ? What else is new ? It cost $64,000. a year to house one per year ! Put a few more in the ground.
It costs $2M to put them in the ground...
vote

Lewis Center, OH

#18 Apr 5, 2011
ISSUES wrote:
Sounds like this gentleman has anger issues. So, we can either put him in the corner for a 30 minute time out, send him to anger management classes, or just put him out of his misery. Shall we take a vote?
I vote: put him in misery then take him out.
Preventable stupidity

Delaware, OH

#19 Apr 5, 2011
This is EXACTLY what happens when a convicted killer walks free. They inevitably find a way to cause trouble because they cannot STAY out of trouble.These people have committed the worst of the worst crimes and should never be free again.Period.
Since he was on DR for murder of this 2 year old,he should have been executed and they just gave him a slap on the wrist because he pleaded no contest.
For shame!
Preventable stupidity

Delaware, OH

#20 Apr 5, 2011
Chris wrote:
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It costs $2M to put them in the ground...
Cost $2 mil to put them in a hole? We're obviously doing it the wrong way. Simply shoot them,take them out to the woods somewhere,dig a deep hole and finish it.Generalized costs itemized below and a hell of alot cheaper then 2 million.

$350.00- 2 officers to do the job
$ 1.00- bullet
$ 35.00- gas to drive where they need to go.
$ 8.00- Walmart shovel
$ 45.00- meal for both officers
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$439.00 total

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