5 Morley suspects implicated in 6-cou...

5 Morley suspects implicated in 6-county spree

There are 150 comments on the WOOD-TV Grand Rapids and Michigan story from Mar 27, 2008, titled 5 Morley suspects implicated in 6-county spree. In it, WOOD-TV Grand Rapids and Michigan reports that:

His family said despite earlier troubles, Cody Bodo was getting on the right track.

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Wendy

Ionia, MI

#1 Mar 27, 2008
This kid needs to be held responsible for everything the others are charged with! He may have been trying to get his life on track, so he says now (because he was caught) but hanging out with the wrong crowd can really ruin your life. Like I have said before, if there was MORE parental involvement the kids may not be in the situation they are now! Parents should be parents...NOT "cool" friends!
Wendy

Ionia, MI

#4 Mar 27, 2008
Yea...the immaturity really shows....grow up
Turning my life around

Grand Rapids, MI

#5 Mar 27, 2008
Turning my life around is the standard, one size fits all line they all give. What a load of cr##.

If you read between the lines, it means that momma and auntie didn't know what was really going on. He BS'd them, told them what they wanted to hear, and they believed it.

Self delusion is a terrible thing to waste.

“...all but 6...UNLESS”

Since: Mar 08

The Merry Ol Land Of Oz

#6 Mar 27, 2008
What ever happened to T-P'n...stuff like that???
bye-bye

Utica, MI

#7 Mar 27, 2008
Time to start dropping the jail cell on top of these losers. Better yet, round up every member of a gang, throw them into a room, and tell them the last one out alive gets their freedom. When the last survivor walks out, put him down.
Eric

Traverse City, MI

#9 Mar 27, 2008
rval2 wrote:
What ever happened to T-P'n...stuff like that???
LOL, exactly!

So let me get this straight...this kid is a total criminal, an absolute menace to society. He breaks into places, steals things, is part of a crime ring, and then they go and shoot at a house that they broke into and tied up the inhabitants. A woman has been shot...and might die. But his Mom and Aunt say he's such a good kid, didn't want to be there, got caught up in the wrong crowd, blah blah blah.

Well, look at it this way - family love is blind. Remember Jeffrey Dahmer - the famous serial killer/cannibal? His parents were the only two people on the planet who said he didn't do it..."our little jeffy would never kill people and eat them". Yeah...they hung with that story right up until he confessed to it all. Then he died in the prison shower from "injuries" suffered there. So lets not put too much stock in what Mommy and Auntie have to say. This criminal is headed for the big house for what he's done, and we'll all be safer for it.
winter is over

Holland, MI

#10 Mar 27, 2008
Too many mistakes here to forgive. 17 year olds are adults and should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. No reason to plea out most of these like will probably happen anyway. EVERYBODY is really starting to turn their life around...YEAH RIGHT. Like that drug dealer Nate Kenney....HA. Yeah,were all stupid enough to believe that...NOT.
pottervillian

Port Townsend, WA

#11 Mar 27, 2008
dude i totally know Alexa she was a great person she went to school with me, i'm so sad to see this has happened to her.
Just me

Concrete, WA

#12 Mar 27, 2008
You know it seems funny how quick people are to judge something they know little about.Your judging all 5 of these people as if they were 1.Well I hope and pray that one day this doesnt happen to someone in your family.And if it does ,that maybe people like you, dont judge them as fast as you did.Im really sorry about what happened to the Korpel family and in the end im sure that justice will be served.But not by the likes of people like you.
JJ McCleod

Colorado Springs, CO

#13 Mar 27, 2008
pottervillian wrote:
dude i totally know Alexa she was a great person she went to school with me, i'm so sad to see this has happened to her.
This isn't the kind of thing that "happens" to people. At some point, there had to be an active decision commit certain actions. It's never the only choice. Maybe we should feel sad that Alexa "happened" to the victims of her crimes...
Just me

Concrete, WA

#14 Mar 27, 2008
JOHN WAYNE-RANDOLPH SCOTT wrote:
You don't love him anymore than Bubba is going to love him. Sounds like a real loser who wanted to do better. They all say that momma. Start looking at 20 yrs of visitation.
Why don't you keep your stupid comments in Florida where they belong.And im thinking maybe Bubba excites you.Loser.........
Just me

Concrete, WA

#15 Mar 27, 2008
Eric wrote:
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LOL, exactly!
So let me get this straight...this kid is a total criminal, an absolute menace to society. He breaks into places, steals things, is part of a crime ring, and then they go and shoot at a house that they broke into and tied up the inhabitants. A woman has been shot...and might die. But his Mom and Aunt say he's such a good kid, didn't want to be there, got caught up in the wrong crowd, blah blah blah.
Well, look at it this way - family love is blind. Remember Jeffrey Dahmer - the famous serial killer/cannibal? His parents were the only two people on the planet who said he didn't do it..."our little jeffy would never kill people and eat them". Yeah...they hung with that story right up until he confessed to it all. Then he died in the prison shower from "injuries" suffered there. So lets not put too much stock in what Mommy and Auntie have to say. This criminal is headed for the big house for what he's done, and we'll all be safer for it.
Last time I knew no one killed and ate anyone.So Blah Blah Blah.......
Whatever

United States

#16 Mar 27, 2008
It is too bad these kids got mixed up with the "wrong" crowd. They all look sad and scared, but they need to be held responsible for the choices they make. It is too bad at 17 they have completely ruined their lives, but shooting at someone's house? Come on. If these are "good" kids then I am seriously afraid of what a bad kid is nowdays.Good kids do not shoot people and rob places. I feel sorry for these kids families, but I feel even sorrier for all of the people they tormented. Thank God they hadn't murdered anyone yet (hopefully).
Eric

Traverse City, MI

#17 Mar 27, 2008
Just me wrote:
<quoted text> Last time I knew no one killed and ate anyone.So Blah Blah Blah.......
You missed my point completely. I don't even know why you would bother with such a nonsense response.
Pray for Cody

United States

#18 Mar 27, 2008
I just thought I'd let you people know...that Cody did NOT take part in any home invasions nor was he involved in any robberies. He was NOT there on Thursday. The only night he hung out with them was Sunday, AND they did NOT tell him what they were planning to do, til they were on the way there. So could someone explain to me, how you tell 3 armed and dangerous criminals, that you DON'T want to be a part of their conspiracy? What do you say "Hey guys, can you please turn around and drop me off back home, I promise I won't tell anyone that you're trying to commit murder." He was scared for his own life. And furthermore...since he was NOT there for the robbery...why would he wanna shoot this woman? Who says: "Oh sure Alec, I would love to risk my life to cover up a robbery that I had nothing to do with!" This is bullshit, and I am telling you the truth. As for the other three...they are criminals...and they deserve to be locked up. The news totally portrays people in the worst way. Whatever happened to "innocent until proven guilty?" Huh? What the fuck is wrong with the justice system? Do you know how many people are actually sitting in prison because they've been wrongfully accused...or just at the wrong place at the wrong time? AND do you know how many hardcore criminals are STILL out running the streets because more time is spent on pointing fingers and throwing blame at people, than actually finding out what really happened? Do you know what it feels like to stare at the television in disbelief because a loved one is sitting in jail...scared that they will spend the rest of their life there...for things they never did? How would you feel if you had to find out the hard way, that your supposed friends were dangerous criminals and wanted to get you involved in shit you didn't want to be? I just want someone to explain to me why this is happening? Cody is a good person. He's sweet, friendly and optimisic, despite the problems he faced when he was younger. He wasn't out commiting robberies...he was out looking for a real job, so he can do something with his life. People have him totally mistaken because people like to judge. But doesn't the bible say "Thou shall not judge?" People are NOT always like the crew they associate with...sometimes they're actually trying to influence them to live a better life. I do NOT believe in "guilty by association" because, honestly, people lie to you, and most of time you really never know what the fuck they're doing. So yeah, I would like to to set the record straight: Cody is NOT like these other kids.
Migunrights

United States

#19 Mar 28, 2008
Too bad the old man and woman didnt send all of them to our maker and save us tax payers the trouble of paying for their prison cells.
Pete

Saint Joseph, MI

#20 Mar 28, 2008
Just me wrote:
<quoted text> Last time I knew no one killed and ate anyone.So Blah Blah Blah.......
just-me, you sound like a BIG loser. You need help and soon.
sea king

Paw Paw, MI

#24 Mar 28, 2008
Right!! Your are defined by the people you hang with.
Mark

Lovington, NM

#25 Mar 28, 2008
I predicted this one of the other threads. It was only a matter of time.

Sure he was innocent, wouldn't let him out of the car? How about he walks away when they got to the house? IF he was turning his life around, why didn't he do the right thing and turn his criminal friends in to the cops? He should have called 911 right then and there.

You people need to stop excusing and attempting to justify criminal actions. You are enabling these little cretins to continue with this kind of behavior.
jeepie

Lansing, MI

#26 Mar 28, 2008
Everyone is always just starting to turn their life around when they get caught. They are also on the way to turn them self into the jail/police department when they get caught. I hear it all the time.

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