Spader Believed To Be Ringleader In N...

Spader Believed To Be Ringleader In NH Murder

There are 15 comments on the WBZ TV story from Oct 8, 2009, titled Spader Believed To Be Ringleader In NH Murder. In it, WBZ TV reports that:

Share + Oct 7, 2009 9:41 pm US/Eastern Reporting Ken MacLeod MONT VERNON, N.H. 1 of 1 17-year-old Steven Spader is accused of driving the four to the house and cutting Kim Cates with a machete.

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peter criss usmc

Exeter, NH

#2 Oct 11, 2009
four dirtbags punks who gould do this to a woman and a 11 year old girl im sorry but they should kill every one of them dirt bags there no room in this country for scum like that bring back the death penalty to nh i love to be the one to throw the swich an i would love to watch them fri what cowards to attack them while they were sleeping i really hope when they get to prison they kill them all also the four of them should be charged with murder not just 2 they all went knowing what they were going to due may the lord kill them all
From NH

Windham, NH

#3 Oct 11, 2009
peter criss usmc wrote:
four dirtbags punks who gould do this to a woman and a 11 year old girl im sorry but they should kill every one of them dirt bags there no room in this country for scum like that bring back the death penalty to nh i love to be the one to throw the swich an i would love to watch them fri what cowards to attack them while they were sleeping i really hope when they get to prison they kill them all also the four of them should be charged with murder not just 2 they all went knowing what they were going to due may the lord kill them all
Oh great. a Military Kiss Fan god junkie.
*sigh*
LaLee

AOL

#4 Oct 15, 2009
From NH wrote:
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Oh great. a Military Kiss Fan god junkie.
*sigh*
You bleeding heart Liberal...You & your numb skull think alikes are the reason the country is in the mess it's in. Your useless. I wish no harm to any human being but if at some point in your meaningless life your come face to face with evil like those murderous men I wonder if you'll cry "GOD HELP ME" also
Thank a Marine & all other servicemen & women you ding bat because without them you wouldn't be able to spount the nonsense you saying. Beacuse of them we're free..unfortunatley I don't know for how long....
LaLee

AOL

#5 Oct 15, 2009
peter criss usmc wrote:
four dirtbags punks who gould do this to a woman and a 11 year old girl im sorry but they should kill every one of them dirt bags there no room in this country for scum like that bring back the death penalty to nh i love to be the one to throw the swich an i would love to watch them fri what cowards to attack them while they were sleeping i really hope when they get to prison they kill them all also the four of them should be charged with murder not just 2 they all went knowing what they were going to due may the lord kill them all
Thank you for your service Peter. My husband knows Mr Cates. The family is distroyed & suffering indescribable saddness due to the heinous acts of those murderous cowards.
From NH

Windham, NH

#6 Oct 16, 2009
LaLee wrote:
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You bleeding heart Liberal...You & your numb skull think alikes are the reason the country is in the mess it's in. Your useless. I wish no harm to any human being but if at some point in your meaningless life your come face to face with evil like those murderous men I wonder if you'll cry "GOD HELP ME" also
Thank a Marine & all other servicemen & women you ding bat because without them you wouldn't be able to spount the nonsense you saying. Beacuse of them we're free..unfortunatley I don't know for how long....
Listen stupid, god doesnt enter into the equation.
Maybe if people like you spent more time on actual solutions instead of waiting for you imaginary invisible friend to fix everything the world wouldnt be so screwed up.
And if it wasnt for those other guys and their different imaginary friend our troops wouldnt be fighting in the first place.
You self righteous "solution" is in reality the cause of all of this. Grow up assh*le.
Mark

Miami, FL

#7 Oct 20, 2009
I wonder how this would have ended if she had a Shotgun, handgun, any gun? It can never happen to me, they were just wonderful boys, I can't believe it. Wrong and Wrong!! It happens every day and it should not take the body of a loved one to make you all wake up and start cherishing your Constitutional Right to defend yourself and your families.
Notice it wasn't a gun that committed this crime, but a gun could have prevented it. Who knows what kind of drugs they were on, who cares? Point is that people choose to be victims and have forgotten how to fight back or just plain refuse to. How much more proof do you need that our Founding Fathers knew what they were doing?
From NH

Windham, NH

#9 Oct 23, 2009
Mark wrote:
I wonder how this would have ended if she had a Shotgun, handgun, any gun? It can never happen to me, they were just wonderful boys, I can't believe it. Wrong and Wrong!! It happens every day and it should not take the body of a loved one to make you all wake up and start cherishing your Constitutional Right to defend yourself and your families.
Notice it wasn't a gun that committed this crime, but a gun could have prevented it. Who knows what kind of drugs they were on, who cares? Point is that people choose to be victims and have forgotten how to fight back or just plain refuse to. How much more proof do you need that our Founding Fathers knew what they were doing?
I own quite a few guns myself, and I would have loved it if the headlines the next day had said "Nurse cures 4 jerks of their mental illness with lead injections", BUT, she was asleep. A gun would not have helped her, and those losers could very well have found it and done even more damage with it when they left, or lost possession of it before they were arrested and it would be out there in the hands of yet another loser.
Guns are great if yo have a chance to use them, if you dont then the criminal can end up with it instead.
IDK

Bolivar, MO

#10 Nov 14, 2009
From NH wrote:
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Listen stupid, god doesnt enter into the equation.
Maybe if people like you spent more time on actual solutions instead of waiting for you imaginary invisible friend to fix everything the world wouldnt be so screwed up.
And if it wasnt for those other guys and their different imaginary friend our troops wouldnt be fighting in the first place.
You self righteous "solution" is in reality the cause of all of this. Grow up assh*le.
You want actual solutions. What do you have in mind. Sounds like other one who cares more for the criminals that the victims. Here's my actual solution. All for of them murdering bastards should be lined up against a wall and shot. Plain and simple solution. More punks like them should have the crap beat out of them when they are caught with drugs.

I am not a very religious person. But it seems to me that the world or at least this country was a lot better off when people had more respect for their flag and neighbors. And when more people did believe in God.
From NH

Windham, NH

#11 Nov 15, 2009
IDK wrote:
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You want actual solutions. What do you have in mind. Sounds like other one who cares more for the criminals that the victims. Here's my actual solution. All for of them murdering bastards should be lined up against a wall and shot. Plain and simple solution. More punks like them should have the crap beat out of them when they are caught with drugs.
I am not a very religious person. But it seems to me that the world or at least this country was a lot better off when people had more respect for their flag and neighbors. And when more people did believe in God.
Believing in imaginary beings does not make you a better person.
And, there was NOTHING in my post that indicated that I cared more for the criminals than the victims.
Sounds like you had a lame speech already to go and you were just waiting for an opportunity to post it.
IDK

London, KY

#12 Nov 16, 2009
From NH wrote:
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Believing in imaginary beings does not make you a better person.
And, there was NOTHING in my post that indicated that I cared more for the criminals than the victims.
Sounds like you had a lame speech already to go and you were just waiting for an opportunity to post it.
I don't remeber saying that believing in God makes you a better person. And I can't find where anyone on here said that God will fix anything. I guess it is safe to assume that the imaginary being or friend you keep speaking of is God.

I have to wonder what your problem is with people who believe in God or prayer is.

My comment was that this country was a better place when more people believed in God and prayer.

And I am real curious of what your actual solutions are.
From NH

Windham, NH

#13 Nov 18, 2009
IDK wrote:
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I don't remeber saying that believing in God makes you a better person. And I can't find where anyone on here said that God will fix anything. I guess it is safe to assume that the imaginary being or friend you keep speaking of is God.
I have to wonder what your problem is with people who believe in God or prayer is.
My comment was that this country was a better place when more people believed in God and prayer.
And I am real curious of what your actual solutions are.
I dont have to have a workable solution to counter the idea that people believing in supernatural magical people wont solve anything. One of the reasons we have so many problems is people dont address problems realistically. Simply providing them with an alternative unrealistic viewpoint wont solve anything.
Religion creates people who dont act and sit and pray for someone else to help. That is not a solution, or even a stop gap. Its foolishness.
IDK

London, KY

#14 Nov 18, 2009
From NH wrote:
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I dont have to have a workable solution to counter the idea that people believing in supernatural magical people wont solve anything. One of the reasons we have so many problems is people dont address problems realistically. Simply providing them with an alternative unrealistic viewpoint wont solve anything.
Religion creates people who dont act and sit and pray for someone else to help. That is not a solution, or even a stop gap. Its foolishness.
You are totally and completly wrong. People who have faith don't sit back and simply wait for their imaginary friend to take care of their problems. Whether God is real or imaginary to you does not matter. He is very real to those who have faith. And they use that faith to help guide them through life. Your really think that religion creates people that do not act. I have to disagree. A friend of mine who happens to have a very strong faith in God recently witnesses a very serious car accident. He acted and saved a womens life. While saving this women he prayed for strength and guidance. To him he was able to do what he did because of his faith.
From NH

Windham, NH

#15 Nov 19, 2009
IDK wrote:
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You are totally and completly wrong. People who have faith don't sit back and simply wait for their imaginary friend to take care of their problems. Whether God is real or imaginary to you does not matter. He is very real to those who have faith. And they use that faith to help guide them through life. Your really think that religion creates people that do not act. I have to disagree. A friend of mine who happens to have a very strong faith in God recently witnesses a very serious car accident. He acted and saved a womens life. While saving this women he prayed for strength and guidance. To him he was able to do what he did because of his faith.
So he wouldnt have done it on his own? Thats nothing to brag about.
I would have. I would have risked my life to help someone WITHOUT the fake safety net of an invisible friend.
People are always throwing that lame excuse up to justify all the evils of religion. People like you point out all the things that religious people do for others. Well guess what, the rest of us who do those things on our own, and not for some afterlife reward and not out of fear of supernatural reprisals are the ones who are doing it out of selflessness, not the ones who do it to buy their way into imaginary heaven or to make up for one of their own shortcomings or sins.
So your friend helped because of his religion? because he felt compelled to help because of some supernatural being? Well, maybe someday he will do things for people on his own, and just because its the right thing to do.
Try again pal !!!
IDK

London, KY

#16 Nov 19, 2009
From NH wrote:
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So he wouldnt have done it on his own? Thats nothing to brag about.
I would have. I would have risked my life to help someone WITHOUT the fake safety net of an invisible friend.
People are always throwing that lame excuse up to justify all the evils of religion. People like you point out all the things that religious people do for others. Well guess what, the rest of us who do those things on our own, and not for some afterlife reward and not out of fear of supernatural reprisals are the ones who are doing it out of selflessness, not the ones who do it to buy their way into imaginary heaven or to make up for one of their own shortcomings or sins.
So your friend helped because of his religion? because he felt compelled to help because of some supernatural being? Well, maybe someday he will do things for people on his own, and just because its the right thing to do.
Try again pal !!!
Please be offended when I say this but you are the biggest idiot that I have ever seen on here.

First I am so glad to hear that you are a hero. How many lives have you saved. Don't answer, it is not really important.

Where did I or anyone else on here say that those with faith only do things for an afterlife reward. You either do not know how to read or have no reading comphrension. Which one is it.

My friend helped someone in need. Does not matter why or where he got his strength. The fact he has such a strong faith in God is what helps him get through the day. What is wrong with that. What is your problem with people who believe. Don't they have a right to their beliefs just like you have yours. Ahh but your an asshole so in your view they don't.

And I doubt that you would help anyone. I doubt you have the mentality for it. So give it a rest dumbass....
From NH

Windham, NH

#17 Nov 27, 2009
IDK wrote:
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Please be offended when I say this but you are the biggest idiot that I have ever seen on here.
First I am so glad to hear that you are a hero. How many lives have you saved. Don't answer, it is not really important.
Where did I or anyone else on here say that those with faith only do things for an afterlife reward. You either do not know how to read or have no reading comphrension. Which one is it.
My friend helped someone in need. Does not matter why or where he got his strength. The fact he has such a strong faith in God is what helps him get through the day. What is wrong with that. What is your problem with people who believe. Don't they have a right to their beliefs just like you have yours. Ahh but your an asshole so in your view they don't.
And I doubt that you would help anyone. I doubt you have the mentality for it. So give it a rest dumbass....

His invisible imaginary friend is what he uses to get through the day? Isnt that embarrassing? How old is he, eight?
Does he have a stuffed animal to help him get through the night as well?
Typical pompous religious crap.
By the way, if you're going to use the unrelated topic of intelligence to divert from the real topic, you might want to learn how to spell. Its "comprehension", not "comphrension".
But I guess you're to bust reading and learning to keep track of little details like that. All the spelling errors and assumptions in your post kinda take away from your self righteous rant about superior mentalities. Well, here's a thought for you, which is superior, having to rely on the crutch of a children's fantasy story or being able to stand on your own two feet?
Lets see if you can figure that one out in between making stuff up and believing in magic.

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