Overstreet execution set for May

The Indiana Supreme Court has set an execution date of May 30 for a Johnson County man convicted of murdering a Franklin College student in 1997. Full Story
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rhonda

Indianapolis, IN

#2 Feb 27, 2008
yeah!!!!!!!!!!
Mike

Michigantown, IN

#3 Feb 27, 2008
All I can say is it's about time!
anonymous

Indianapolis, IN

#5 Feb 27, 2008
THE DEATH PENALTY SHOULD BE ILLEGAL!!!!!!!!!! U SHOULD MAKE THEM SUFFER MORE WHEN THEY'RE LIKE IN PRISON
Get Your Popcorn Ready

Indianapolis, IN

#6 Feb 27, 2008
Overstreet or Outtatime? Oh well, soon to be Underground.
Roger

Bridgeport, WV

#7 Feb 27, 2008

Why does it have to take so long, when you are convicted of a crime by a jury of your peers, then get it over with. Why does the family and taxpayers have to pay.
Ruth

Bloomington, IN

#8 Feb 27, 2008
We need more of these!
nick

Indianapolis, IN

#9 Feb 27, 2008
if only the pain he'll suffer will be on par with hers...he's still getting off too easy.
Sad

Indianapolis, IN

#10 Feb 27, 2008
I feel very sorry for the victim and her family. What a terrible loss for such a young, promising life. I believe that Overstreet should spend the rest of his days contemplating his actions in prison. I am further saddened that our state condones government-sponsored murder. The death penalty is not the proper punishment, and should never be used under any circumstances whatsoever.
Kimmy

Indianapolis, IN

#11 Feb 27, 2008
It is about time!! It really sucks this has taken over 10 years.
I agree with Rhonda...yeah!!!!
Mark

Colfax, IN

#12 Feb 27, 2008
Buh-bye dickhead!
observation

Indianapolis, IN

#13 Feb 27, 2008
They'll still use the alcohol swab for the lethal injection site.
surprising

Indianapolis, IN

#15 Feb 27, 2008
I hope he enjoys hell.
ncaa

United States

#18 Feb 27, 2008
its dirt nap time
Joe

Carmel, IN

#19 Feb 27, 2008
Sad wrote:
I feel very sorry for the victim and her family. What a terrible loss for such a young, promising life. I believe that Overstreet should spend the rest of his days contemplating his actions in prison. I am further saddened that our state condones government-sponsored murder. The death penalty is not the proper punishment, and should never be used under any circumstances whatsoever.
Dear Sad,

If you oppose the death penalty, that is your right. I do not, and that is also my right. But, what NEITHER of us should do is speak imprecisely about it. The debate is far too serious for that, and language is too important to the debate.

Therefore, I point out to you that the death penalty is not "murder" as you assert. "Murder," by definition, is an UNlawful killing. Because the death penalty is sanctioned by the State, it is not unlawful. You may find it distasteful; you may believe it inhumane or uncivilized. But to call it "murder" goes far too far. It is certainly NOT that.
Alicatday

Indianapolis, IN

#21 Feb 27, 2008
I don't understand how people can call the death penalty, "murder". It's JUSTICE!
Dave

Indianapolis, IN

#22 Feb 27, 2008
Roger wrote:
Why does it have to take so long, when you are convicted of a crime by a jury of your peers, then get it over with. Why does the family and taxpayers have to pay.
Due process
MEe

Scottsburg, IN

#23 Feb 27, 2008
anonymous wrote:
THE DEATH PENALTY SHOULD BE ILLEGAL!!!!!!!!!! U SHOULD MAKE THEM SUFFER MORE WHEN THEY'RE LIKE IN PRISON
What are you talking about? Prison is too easy...he will suffer more in the after life after what he did!

“Common Sense is not Common”

Since: Dec 07

Indy

#24 Feb 27, 2008
These are the types that make my blood boil.

These mothers basement dwellers who cant get a woman so they go out and prey on people.

I suggest these cases are the ones where citizen volunteers get to redo the crime on this perp!

I want him to be strangled and shot in the forehead. I will leave the rape part to the devil!
just a thought

United States

#26 Feb 27, 2008
anonymous wrote:
THE DEATH PENALTY SHOULD BE ILLEGAL!!!!!!!!!! U SHOULD MAKE THEM SUFFER MORE WHEN THEY'RE LIKE IN PRISON
I used to think this way until I realized that people in prison don't suffer. They have 3 full meals a day and a roof over their head. Many people in our society don't even get that. I know they are locked up and don't get to see their families, but if they have no remorse for what they've done, they aren't suffering. If suffering is what you want, don't abolish the death penalty, fight to bring back the electric chair or hanging. It's much more effective.
Concerned

Indianapolis, IN

#28 Feb 27, 2008
How about an electric couch, that way we can execute 4- 5 people at a time, plus save taxpayers money ?

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