Three men arrested for digging up a g...

Three men arrested for digging up a grave in southwestern Wis.

There are 17 comments on the Duluth News-Tribune story from Sep 3, 2006, titled Three men arrested for digging up a grave in southwestern Wis.. In it, Duluth News-Tribune reports that:

Two brothers and their friend were arrested over the weekend for trying to dig up the grave of a woman buried last week in southwestern Wisconsin.

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Ronda Greenville SC

Cincinnati, OH

#1 Sep 6, 2006
Just when you think you've heard the worst...you haven't. I would hope that these crazy freaks will fry. I can not believe that they were released. And the bond that was set...unbelivable! Your police department needs an evaluation.
Munster

United States

#2 Sep 6, 2006
It's super freaky owe!
annonamous from madison

Sun Prairie, WI

#3 Sep 6, 2006
just when you think you've heard it all! God- what next?? How can our judicial system think it's acceptable for these phyco idiots to dig up a dead body to have sex with it!!!! Why would our system think it's safe to leave these mentally disturbed people wander around! Why are they not put behind bars to keep the rest of us normal people safe. They should not be left out on bail. Put them away or put them in some phyco ward and get them help!
cosmo in Asheville

Savannah, GA

#4 Sep 6, 2006
Letting those three psychos out on a bond that low just invites them to try something like that again. Just think if that had been your sister or daughter. You folks in Wisconsin need some help.
Ronda Greenville SC

Cincinnati, OH

#5 Sep 6, 2006
cosmo in Asheville wrote:
Letting those three psychos out on a bond that low just invites them to try something like that again. Just think if that had been your sister or daughter. You folks in Wisconsin need some help.
I agree! I can't believe that they are out on bond! I wrote to the Sheriff office and told them they must be a bunch of lunitics up there! It's the wildest thing I've ever heard of! I think the local government needs to be admitted to the psycho farm with the other three losers.
blank

United States

#6 Sep 6, 2006
Ronda Greenville SC wrote:
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I agree! I can't believe that they are out on bond! I wrote to the Sheriff office and told them they must be a bunch of lunitics up there! It's the wildest thing I've ever heard of! I think the local government needs to be admitted to the psycho farm with the other three losers.
They let drunk drivers out after being caught for the fourth time and then are suprised that they killed someone. It can't be their fault in this blamless society. I think they weren't hugged enough when they were children. All the crazy people should be put on an island away from the normal people. Why should we have to change because someone doesn't know right from wrong.
scott

Milwaukee, WI

#7 Sep 6, 2006
annonamous from madison wrote:
just when you think you've heard it all! God- what next?? How can our judicial system think it's acceptable for these phyco idiots to dig up a dead body to have sex with it!!!! Why would our system think it's safe to leave these mentally disturbed people wander around! Why are they not put behind bars to keep the rest of us normal people safe. They should not be left out on bail. Put them away or put them in some phyco ward and get them help!
I think you meant "anonymous"? Now, can you explain what a "phyco" is. You spell like a UW student.
scott

Milwaukee, WI

#8 Sep 6, 2006
Oops.. Should have been a "?" after my question about "phycos".
Ronda Greenville SC

Cincinnati, OH

#9 Sep 7, 2006
blank wrote:
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They let drunk drivers out after being caught for the fourth time and then are suprised that they killed someone. It can't be their fault in this blamless society. I think they weren't hugged enough when they were children. All the crazy people should be put on an island away from the normal people. Why should we have to change because someone doesn't know right from wrong.
You are right. However, I still believe that we as a country should start making the punishment fit the crime. For instance...pour honey on their private parts and sit them on an ant hill. Obviously they need some kinky stimulation. Maybe that would be fitting?
US Supreme Court

Westtown, PA

#10 Sep 7, 2006
Ronda Greenville SC wrote:
...pour honey on their private parts and sit them on an ant hill....
<sarcasm>
why not beat one of them to death with tire irons in front of the others, and then see if the 2 left alive still feel like digging up graves and having sex with the corpse? or maybe just sneak into their cells in the middle of the night and shoot them at the base of the brain while they're sleeping, just like in the russian gulags! because to me, the honey & ants thing sounds too good for them.
</sarcasm>
thankfully,*MY* judicial system relies on legal precedence and not rage or some other emotional prescription for "justice" by a single individual. please read *OUR* US Constitution, specifically the 8th Amendment. our Founding Fathers had a quite a novel concept back in the 1780's, nez pas?
Donna Shalala

Westtown, PA

#11 Sep 7, 2006
[QUOTE who="annon amous from madison wrote:"]
... these phyco idiots ... in some phyco ward ....[/QUOTE]
scott wrote:
I think you meant "anonymous"? Now, can you explain what a "phyco" is. You spell like a UW student.
let me clarify: the poster meant to say "idots".
dubuque_ia

United States

#12 Sep 7, 2006
My heart and prayers goes out to the family. Losing a child or any loved one is difficult now adding this on top of that is just plain heart wrenching.
Those men need help. They need to locked up and not released. No one truly knows what was and is still going on in their minds.
A Christian

Staten Island, NY

#13 Sep 7, 2006
These men have some serious issues to deal with. What they have done is wrong on many levels, and just plain gross. Are they that desperate? I pray for these 3, that they repent and change their lives.
Ronda Greenville SC

Cincinnati, OH

#14 Sep 8, 2006
US Supreme Court wrote:
<quoted text>
<sarcasm>
why not beat one of them to death with tire irons in front of the others, and then see if the 2 left alive still feel like digging up graves and having sex with the corpse? or maybe just sneak into their cells in the middle of the night and shoot them at the base of the brain while they're sleeping, just like in the russian gulags! because to me, the honey & ants thing sounds too good for them.
</sarcasm>
thankfully,*MY* judicial system relies on legal precedence and not rage or some other emotional prescription for "justice" by a single individual. please read *OUR* US Constitution, specifically the 8th Amendment. our Founding Fathers had a quite a novel concept back in the 1780's, nez pas?
For the most part I do agree with you. Our founding fathers were most honorable but I feel sure that if this has happened in their time, the fruit loops would not be walking the streets right now. To let these sick people out on bond for a mere $1000...COME ON! In most cases today, the punishment DOES NOT fit the crime. I admitt, I was a bit over the top with the honey comment, but I was trying to make a point. My idea is not half as nuts as letting these freaks out of jail.
Former Wis Resident

West Hills, CA

#15 Sep 8, 2006
That area of Wisconsin is chock full of conservative, highly religious people. These three freaks will be seriously persecuted by their former friends and neighbors. They're probably hiding in their Mama's houses for safety... because, let me tell you: those conservative, highly religious people are also NRA members and well armed. What these three attempted to do is disgusting amd reprehensible. They need help, desperately so. But, letting them out on a low bond may serve a different purpose. If they were in cells, isolated from the public reaction, maybe the ramifications of what they did wouldn't sink in so readily? Just a thought.
Ronda Greenville SC

Cincinnati, OH

#16 Sep 14, 2006
Former Wis Resident wrote:
That area of Wisconsin is chock full of conservative, highly religious people. These three freaks will be seriously persecuted by their former friends and neighbors. They're probably hiding in their Mama's houses for safety... because, let me tell you: those conservative, highly religious people are also NRA members and well armed. What these three attempted to do is disgusting amd reprehensible. They need help, desperately so. But, letting them out on a low bond may serve a different purpose. If they were in cells, isolated from the public reaction, maybe the ramifications of what they did wouldn't sink in so readily? Just a thought.
I hope that you are right! I live in the Carolina's and this news has really been kept tight liped. I wonder how many people really know about it? I would think that the media would have jumped all over this story.
Randy in Illinois

Boise, ID

#17 Sep 14, 2006
Ronda Greenville SC wrote:
Just when you think you've heard the worst...you haven't. I would hope that these crazy freaks will fry. I can not believe that they were released. And the bond that was set...unbelivable! Your police department needs an evaluation.
Not in defense of these individuals, but as a note, the fact is only 16 states have laws making necrophilia a crime. Wisconsin (and many others) are not in that group.

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