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Jan 27, 2013
 
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<quoted text>Why is he on the State Police's website, if he was vindicated?
BECAUSE SOMETHING LIKE THAT STAYS ON YOUR RECORD.......I THINK CHILD MOLESTER SHOULD BE PUT AWAY FOR LIFE JUST LIKE MURRDERS.SOMETIMES PPL ARE FASLEY ACUSED EVEN BY CHILDERN .I WAS MOLESTED AS A KID SO I WOULD NEVER TAKE UP FOR ONE BUT IF THE CHILD COME BACK AN SAYS ITS A LIE ,ITS STILL ON THAT PERSON RECORD........I HEARD THAT WHAT HAPPENED ,AN THE MOTHER OF THAT CHILD TOOK HIM BACK.....I ALSO HAVE FAMILY MEMBER WHO PUT THEIR KIDS UP TOO LIE ON THEIR DAD AN STEP MOTHER....SO THERE YOU GO ,SOMETIMES ALDUTS TELL CHILDERN TOO LIE AN THEY DO..........ANYWAY ITS A SHAM 3 PPL DIED
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Jan 27, 2013
 
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<quoted text>I don't know the facts of the case and reasonable questions are not answered on here; therefore, I can only guess. My guess Mr. Dalton had a good reason to do what he did or he had to be crazy.
Regardless, it will be interesting to see this case worm its way through court.
The families of the victims--one shot, allegedly in the back, and one killed on Monticello Street in Somerset wanted the killer hung, too. When it went to the grand jury he was NOT indicted.
In London, about forty years ago a man killed his two sisters and brother in law because he did not get all of the mothers $10.000.00 estate. The killing occurred the afternoon after the will was read in an attorneys office. That man was not insane and his reason was greed. What was Dalton "good reason" for killing three unarmed people, one being a 12 year old sixth grader? In fact tell us what would be a good reason to kill these people? And if your a paralegal you know Kentucky still uses the common law definition of insanity. Good luck proving he was so ill he did not know what he was doing or that shooting someone would kill them. P.S. the man who killed his sisters and brother in law hired four lawyers, very good ones, but still died in prison over 30 years later. A fate Stidham will share if convicted.
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In London, about forty years ago a man killed his two sisters and brother in law because he did not get all of the mothers $10.000.00 estate. The killing occurred the afternoon after the will was read in an attorneys office. That man was not insane and his reason was greed. What was Dalton "good reason" for killing three unarmed people, one being a 12 year old sixth grader? In fact tell us what would be a good reason to kill these people? And if your a paralegal you know Kentucky still uses the common law definition of insanity. Good luck proving he was so ill he did not know what he was doing or that shooting someone would kill them. P.S. the man who killed his sisters and brother in law hired four lawyers, very good ones, but still died in prison over 30 years later. A fate Stidham will share if convicted.
There is no equal justice in Kentucky for sure and maybe not anywhere. A dad was just found not guilty for the death of his 20 month old child a couple of weeks ago Wayne County and he was a meth head and the baby died from drinking liquid fire.
I am not saying that Dalton should or not be convicted, but I will say that he is entitled to a fair trial and a defense. Whether the jury will buy his defense remains to be seen.
A man shot, I believe, seven people or at least more than one I think or more died. This happened about seven years ago in Adair County and it was in the news a few days ago that he had been freed because he was found to be incompetent to stand trial.
Justice served? Probably not.
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Jan 27, 2013
 
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Yes, this case needs to be tried and a severe penalty exacted, if he is found guilty. It may well serve as a determent to others in domestic violence cases. I will bet a plea deal is wanted by the defendant, who massacred three unarmed people, one of whom was a child, in front of witnesses after threatening on face book, leaving his gun at the site and then confessing. Rather simple and direct case for the Commonwealth to prove in chief; one not filled with expensive expert testimony or test. It should be tried.
Doesn't the Commonwealth ALWAYS have to offer a plea deal? I think so. In that case, the best offer could only be life (to avoid the death penalty). That is the predicted outcome that I anticipate and by the way, I am not family on either side. It is a horrible situation for all involved. If you take into consideration, the child...it's mom is dead so what do you do? Kill the dad, too. I would not want to be the prosecuting attorney, in this case, for any reason. I hope this child can somehow have a normal life. God bless this kid <3 I think the Cornett family are weighing and thinking about that. This is just my opinion.
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<quoted text>Doesn't the Commonwealth ALWAYS have to offer a plea deal? I think so. In that case, the best offer could only be life (to avoid the death penalty). That is the predicted outcome that I anticipate and by the way, I am not family on either side. It is a horrible situation for all involved. If you take into consideration, the child...it's mom is dead so what do you do? Kill the dad, too. I would not want to be the prosecuting attorney, in this case, for any reason. I hope this child can somehow have a normal life. God bless this kid <3 I think the Cornett family are weighing and thinking about that. This is just my opinion.
No, they are not obligated to offer a plea. Andif he decides to seek death, none will be offered.
I, too, would not want to be the CA in this case. If he loses a conviction, his political life would be over.
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Again Dog Man! No of your questions having any bearing and no I am not related to anyone involved, never heard of any of them until I hear the news. But you say justifiable homicide? Against three unarmed individuals trying to get aways from him while he shot a 12 year old multiple times incuding in the back of the head while she was trying to get away. And all this after going out and buying the gun the very same day. This guy deserves to get to spend some serious alone time with several different types of inmates before getting fried. And Kentucky still has electrocution so when they trow the power to this guy I hope he is still conscious when his eyeballs melt, his tongue explodes, and he gets to smell his flesh and hair burning for 5 or 6 seconds. About how long the victims had to think about their loved ones before he took their freedom. I can promise you there will be a lot of people make sure his inmates know exactly what kind of guy he is. Lethal injection is too good for him, he either needs to fry on get raped to death in prison. What a spineless piece of crap. He isn't a man, not even close,
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A EYE FOR A EYE !! A TOOTH FOR A TOOTH !! ANY INMATE THAT SEE'S THIS....U KNOW WHAT THE LORD WANTS YOU TO DO ...AMEN !!!
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The lord will bless you !!

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Hey Luke and mathew, you two/same person, must not know the same God I do. I do believe he said vengeance was his.
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<quoted text>Doesn't the Commonwealth ALWAYS have to offer a plea deal? I think so. In that case, the best offer could only be life (to avoid the death penalty). That is the predicted outcome that I anticipate and by the way, I am not family on either side. It is a horrible situation for all involved. If you take into consideration, the child...it's mom is dead so what do you do? Kill the dad, too. I would not want to be the prosecuting attorney, in this case, for any reason. I hope this child can somehow have a normal life. God bless this kid <3 I think the Cornett family are weighing and thinking about that. This is just my opinion.
even with a life sentence he can get out on parole. he needs life and one day or life without parole.
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In London, about forty years ago a man killed his two sisters and brother in law because he did not get all of the mothers $10.000.00 estate. The killing occurred the afternoon after the will was read in an attorneys office. That man was not insane and his reason was greed. What was Dalton "good reason" for killing three unarmed people, one being a 12 year old sixth grader? In fact tell us what would be a good reason to kill these people? And if your a paralegal you know Kentucky still uses the common law definition of insanity. Good luck proving he was so ill he did not know what he was doing or that shooting someone would kill them. P.S. the man who killed his sisters and brother in law hired four lawyers, very good ones, but still died in prison over 30 years later. A fate Stidham will share if convicted.
Well I dont think his reason was greed but from what ive read they went to court on a Monday, Dalton seeking custody of his child after he found out she was living with a child molester and lied about it in court ,and they didnt do anything about it.So out of frustration of the court verdict he did what he did. Now to him he may have thought that this was helping his child. I dont know who knows what he was thinking but it wasnt out of greed maybe he felt hopeless that the system failed him.Once your in that mind set turning back is hard.
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Hey Luke and mathew, you two/same person, must not know the same God I do. I do believe he said vengeance was his.
You are a dumb ASS !!
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<quoted text>Well I dont think his reason was greed but from what ive read they went to court on a Monday, Dalton seeking custody of his child after he found out she was living with a child molester and lied about it in court ,and they didnt do anything about it.So out of frustration of the court verdict he did what he did. Now to him he may have thought that this was helping his child. I dont know who knows what he was thinking but it wasnt out of greed maybe he felt hopeless that the system failed him.Once your in that mind set turning back is hard.
I understand people feeling hopeless. Maybe he was frustrated with his allegations that she was living with a child molester. Maybe he was frustrated that he lied about her living with a child molester and the court didn't buy in to his lie and was angry he didn't get custody of the child. Maybe Caitlin was frustrated that she alleged he was abusive and on drugs and he still got visitation of their son? My point being, allegations were made on both parts. Both I'm sure were frustrated and angry. The difference being, Caitlin didn't go out and buy and gun and shoot Dalton and two of his family members down in cold blood.

My question is. As WYMT news reported, when Dalton went to court, the police testified that he admitted guilt. He admitted he killed those three people. Dalton testified that his two year old son told him the cornetts were mean to him. How come he didn't testify he knew Caitlin was living with a convicted child molester, how come that wasn't brought up? After all, he now maybe fighting to save his life. That would have been a good time to come out with his knowledge his ex was living with a child molester, not just his two year old told him the cornetts were mean to him, and it caused him to snap? Don't you think?

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<quoted text>You are a dumb ASS !!
Well, thank you for engaging me in a thoughtful, and intelligent debate. You have really swayed me with your witty retort.
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<quoted text>BECAUSE SOMETHING LIKE THAT STAYS ON YOUR RECORD.......I THINK CHILD MOLESTER SHOULD BE PUT AWAY FOR LIFE JUST LIKE MURRDERS.SOMETIMES PPL ARE FASLEY ACUSED EVEN BY CHILDERN .I WAS MOLESTED AS A KID SO I WOULD NEVER TAKE UP FOR ONE BUT IF THE CHILD COME BACK AN SAYS ITS A LIE ,ITS STILL ON THAT PERSON RECORD........I HEARD THAT WHAT HAPPENED ,AN THE MOTHER OF THAT CHILD TOOK HIM BACK.....I ALSO HAVE FAMILY MEMBER WHO PUT THEIR KIDS UP TOO LIE ON THEIR DAD AN STEP MOTHER....SO THERE YOU GO ,SOMETIMES ALDUTS TELL CHILDERN TOO LIE AN THEY DO..........ANYWAY ITS A SHAM 3 PPL DIED
The child was 7 years old. How hard would it be for an intelligent judge to trap a 7 year old in a lie? Come on...especially, on a sex charge. How would a 7 year old know how to even accuse someone and tell what happened IF IT DID NOT HAPPEN? THEY WOULD NOT...that simple. IT HAPPENED!
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Jan 28, 2013
 
My guess is he is gone for life..case closed
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#283
Jan 28, 2013
 
Why wasn't caitlin allowed to have a epo on dalton?
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Dalton needs to fry til his eyeballs melt and tongue explodes and runs out his nose because they have his mouth strapped shut. Someone needs to show him some after death photos of an electric chair execution. Hopefully that's what he gets to experience after he is someone's girlfriend in prison for about a year. There isn't a reason in the world cAn justify him shooting a 12 year old girl in the back of the head while she's trying to crawl away to escape him.
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Jan 28, 2013
 
i agree he needs to be big bubbas betch then they need to put him down real slow and painful no matter what happened he had no reason to execute a 12 year old kid.but what will end up happening is the court if they do give him the chair us tax payers will end up feeding this piece ofshit for the next 20 years
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It is proven that, given the present judicial system, it cost more to excute than keep a prisoner for life. Death row convicts can appeal for decades and that is incredibly expensive. Roger Epperson and Benny Hodge were convicted in the mid 80's and their still appealing their death penalty sentences. We do have life without parole in Kentucky.

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