Really

Columbus, OH

#23 Nov 17, 2012
mistake wrote:
Everyone makes mistakes. I think he should get out early. It isn't like he intentionally killed someone.He deserves a chance. And you people who think he should stay locked up probably have no clue what he has faced inside those prison walls its a dark lonely place where he has had to face real monsters like cold blooded murderers and nasty men who like young men like him. His crime doesn't compare to what some of those inmates did intentionally before chow time rhis morning.
He can in 4 years , that's when he gets his chance.
Scary

Columbus, OH

#24 Nov 17, 2012
Naomi Stonerock wrote:
Grow up people! Leave this to the courts to decide. Obviously we all see this is a trash slinging web site. Jeez. He didn't go and kill anyone. A thoughtless action did.
Thoughtless?What did he thought was gone happen??? Come on Naomi I know you got a good head on your shoulders.He knows right from wrong ? Naomi it don't take rocket Scientist sweety. I'm not bashing but I think 4 years was fair. I know when we have love ones that do these things we love them and want them home.I'd be same way but deep down we know what's right.
Hey

Columbus, OH

#25 Nov 17, 2012
JMO wrote:
He should get out. The other kid and the dispatcher that who neglected to do her job should have been tried also.If one went to jail they all should have. He did not set out to kill anyone.
Retard did dispatcher put it on sign ?so your saying it's ok do a prank as long Dispatcher was told?your idiot .And just because other kids wernt charged he shouldn't be ? He was one that committed the act others accessory . Yea they should been charged but dose not mean he gets out cause they don't get charged.
cville

Southfield, MI

#26 Nov 18, 2012
The other got off cause of family has money!!
Torrye Fetherolf

United States

#27 Nov 18, 2012
No one here knows anything about either of the families or their money situations. And also, no one knows exactly what happened that night because all you know is what the news says. And news flash, not everything the news says is right. And another thing, I'm really glad that you all want to express your opinions but nothing you say matters anyways.. The court is gonna do what they want to do, not what shit talkers tell them to do.
willy

United States

#29 Nov 18, 2012
' the state' will be explaining their actions to 6 on your side. this should be a good one.
wondering

United States

#30 Nov 18, 2012
what he will do next. he already has the mentality he can get away with anything.
Torrye Fetherolf

United States

#31 Nov 18, 2012
wondering wrote:
what he will do next. he already has the mentality he can get away with anything.
How do you know? Have you talked to him?
turkeyburger

San Pablo, CA

#32 Nov 18, 2012
he should have gotten the death penalty
for real

United States

#33 Nov 18, 2012
yep thats what he gave them two elderly women. they said no big deal they were old. someone said they shouldnt have been driving.
hmmm

United States

#34 Nov 18, 2012
nope
the real

United States

#35 Nov 18, 2012
are you serious? i think we all know what the answer should be.
circleville parent

Circleville, OH

#36 Nov 19, 2012
I do know for a fact that one of the others one's mother worked for a very well known attorney in the court system. And i believe that helped him, out big time. I feel 4 years is fair for his crime, but the others should have been punished also. If you are present when somone shoots somebody you are considered an accomplice to murder but the rest of these guys got off scott free for being an accomplice pretty much. Not fair at all.
fair

Whiting, IN

#37 Nov 19, 2012
thats exactly right i agree totally. all of their faults for doing it to begin with. the dispather for not doing her job. It was there all day i do believe. they had plenty of time to think about taking it down and didnt. anyone else do that i bet they would have done ten years. Two people ,probably on their way to bingo or church completely innocent.
why

Circleville, OH

#38 Nov 19, 2012
I know of a case thay a teen was hit head on by a drunk driver on st rt 22 the drunk driver did one year in prison. What makes this case any different?
exactly

Norwalk, OH

#39 Nov 19, 2012
circleville parent wrote:
I do know for a fact that one of the others one's mother worked for a very well known attorney in the court system. And i believe that helped him, out big time. I feel 4 years is fair for his crime, but the others should have been punished also. If you are present when somone shoots somebody you are considered an accomplice to murder but the rest of these guys got off scott free for being an accomplice pretty much. Not fair at all.
I agree with you totally. They have money the other boy parents. You got money u can do anything!!!
well

United States

#40 Nov 19, 2012
exactly wrote:
<quoted text>I agree with you totally. They have money the other boy parents. You got money u can do anything!!!
I am not sticking up for those kids who got out of it.. But my family has money and when I get in trouble money can't save my butt! He needs to stay and do his time. And his family are just making it worse on him.. He probably looks like a biotch in there begging to get out!
ON YOUR SIDE

Lima, OH

#41 Nov 19, 2012
circleville parent wrote:
I do know for a fact that one of the others one's mother worked for a very well known attorney in the court system. And i believe that helped him, out big time. I feel 4 years is fair for his crime, but the others should have been punished also. If you are present when somone shoots somebody you are considered an accomplice to murder but the rest of these guys got off scott free for being an accomplice pretty much. Not fair at all.
Who are you thinking profited off of these victims? Surely not Randy Kneece or Judy Wolford. Is this what you are insinuating? Im thinking someone needs to explain to the media why only one person was prosecuted and that one was only half assed. The media will be all over this one, i guarantee it.
ABC Channel 6

Lima, OH

#42 Nov 19, 2012
why wrote:
I know of a case thay a teen was hit head on by a drunk driver on st rt 22 the drunk driver did one year in prison. What makes this case any different?
Yes and that idiot had multiple dui's. He had the same lawyer. He spent $20,000 that i know of. Not fair. He didnt learn his lesson either. He got another Dui while on parole. Now he is back in prison as we speak on more, different unrelated charges. He is about to get out and do it again. One thing that money NEVER taught him was what? A LESSON
ABC Channel 6

Lima, OH

#43 Nov 19, 2012
Thank You, that is just one of the many PRIME EXAMPLES that i know of.

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