Man charged with tattooing convicted child-killer

The prison inmate charged with placing a crude tattoo on the forehead of the man convicted of killing 10-year-old Katlyn "Katie" Collman was a cousin of the Crothersville girl. Full Story
cody manvilla

Columbus, IN

#24 Sep 25, 2010
dont worry whenn he got to prison and every day when he comes in contact wit anyone who aint a chomo he gets his head rocked by ppl like e shit if he come to population in the joint wit me id beat his ass wit a padlock in a sock lol7510

Since: Sep 10

Elko, NV

#25 Sep 25, 2010
I can't agree more with everyone else's comments on here. The man committed an unforgettable crime, and should be broadcasted for it. The tattoo should stay, and the guy that gave the tattoo, should be commended for what he done. When stuff like this happens, the accused never knows who and when they might run into that right person that already was affected by this tragedy, as he found out, he might be in prison, but he can't hide!!! I don't understand why the bastard still has the privilege to breath everyday.
angie

United States

#26 Sep 25, 2010
To bad I wasn't a tattoo of her face so he would have to look at it in the mirror everyday
Harper

Clearwater, FL

#27 Sep 25, 2010
Karma
im an old house

Van Nuys, CA

#28 Sep 25, 2010
i couldnt pull the whole story up but i live in a town whos elected officials believe in protecting child molesters especially if they are a deputy sheriff or a boy scout leader.i think that child molesters should be put to death.not by gas,lethal injection or a firing squad.i think they should be put to death by the parents with a pair of pliars.If that were to happen child molesting would stop.every sicko that claims mental disability would even be able to understand the severity of their crime.
IT IS WHAT IT IS

Terre Haute, IN

#29 Sep 18, 2011
Chris wrote:
I think the tattoo should be left alone. He deserves it for what he did. Also, the guy that gave it to him should have a couple years taken OFF his sentence.
AMEN GLAD SOMEBODY CARE ENOUGH TO SEE SOME KINDA JUSTICE DONE FOR WHAT THESE SICK FU$@ DO TO INNCENT KIDS BUT PRETTY SAD IT TAKES SOMEBOBY N PRISON THAT THE LAW CONSIDERS "NO GOOD" TO SHOW EM WHAT PEICE SHITS THEY ARE DUDE DESERVED MORE THEN TATT.MAYB A TATT ON F.HEAD GOOD IDEA 4REGISTRY 4 CHOMOS that way everyone knows what they r bc reg. with the police no good the cops alredy know whos wrist they slapped& the tatt. artest deserves a time cut not another charge what would the cops,judges& prossc. do if happened to their kid? myself I'd take LAW n my own hands bc whats a year or 2 if that of a sick FU!@$ life when achilds is scared 4life!
IT IS WHAT IT IS

Terre Haute, IN

#30 Sep 18, 2011
bubba wrote:
What happened to that man was a good thing now everyone in prison will know who he is and what he did to that little girl. Even if he gets the tatoo removed Bubba will pay special attention to him. I think that that is better than him being put on death row. This way the guys in prison can make him pay for what he did.
MOST diffently chomos shouldnt be kept out of population 4 protection they need 2b abused just as the child they harmed was
huh

Terre Haute, IN

#31 Sep 19, 2011
didnt this take place some years ago?
Justice Served

Park Ridge, NJ

#32 Sep 20, 2011
Let the inmates give the justice, prison personnel should turn their heads for a day.
iagree

Santa Barbara, CA

#33 Sep 19, 2012
hang him high!
Giggles

Clay City, IN

#34 Sep 19, 2012
An EYE for an EYE !!!!!!

Stone him to death !!!!!

That poor child didn't get it fair WHY should he ?


She will never get to see tomorrow why should he ?

At least she will not have to relive the hell he put her through day after day for the rest of her life.
ex btown cutter

United States

#35 Oct 2, 2012
Anyone have an address where we can donate money to Jarred commisary fund?
agree

Brooklyn, NY

#36 Oct 3, 2012
Lawyerlady wrote:
Not that I am concerned about this sick child molester having some small scale revenge placed upon him, but why in the world does a prisoner have a tattoo gun? I certainly hope it is a makeshift tattoo gun. Regarding the revenge, and I don't want to hear any bleeding hearts screaming about the constitution, why not let Darwninism take place? That's exactly what happened to innocent 10 year old Katie.
Hell yes it was a make shift tat gun! Convicts have all the time in the world to make what they'd have on the outside. The other offender shouldn't be charged...except for having contraband (the tattoo gun). The man who committed the horrendous crime against that young child should be reminded every day when he looks in the mirror. Darwinism? No doubt! Surprised it hasn't happened already!
meee

Indianapolis, IN

#37 Oct 3, 2012
ex btown cutter wrote:
Anyone have an address where we can donate money to Jarred commisary fund?
I will send him commisary as well!
Church Industry

London, UK

#38 Oct 16, 2012
I think its funny when I see rednecks, who hate things like the "Sharia law" scare that went through this country a few years ago, screaming for blood, "eye for eye" or just straight up murder.

Do you people have any idea of the responsibility a civilized country has to its justice system? You can't simply murder people for committing crimes. It doesn't work like that.

Every year the Innocence Project finds about 50+ people who have been wrongly convicted, and helps set them free. These are lawyers and law students who work without pay on cases where people were convicted from "questionable" police interviews, witnesses who "saw" things in the dark, lack of DNA, etc.

What would be the result if we started murdering people like you rednecks are screaming for, and then find out a couple years later that we got the wrong person?

Oops?

Going to tell THEIR mom you're sorry you strapped him down and let people murder him with a pair of pliers?

In a civilized society, the punishment is meted out by the state, and fits not only the crime, but the political and societal climate of the time. Civilized societies meter out their punishment based on rationality and a calm, collected manner, not blind rage and emotion.

You can't make justice from emotion. That's always a bad idea.

But you fucking idiots wouldn't know a damn thing about that.
Giggles

Sullivan, IN

#39 Oct 16, 2012
Church Industry wrote:
I think its funny when I see rednecks, who hate things like the "Sharia law" scare that went through this country a few years ago, screaming for blood, "eye for eye" or just straight up murder.
Do you people have any idea of the responsibility a civilized country has to its justice system? You can't simply murder people for committing crimes. It doesn't work like that.
Every year the Innocence Project finds about 50+ people who have been wrongly convicted, and helps set them free. These are lawyers and law students who work without pay on cases where people were convicted from "questionable" police interviews, witnesses who "saw" things in the dark, lack of DNA, etc.
What would be the result if we started murdering people like you rednecks are screaming for, and then find out a couple years later that we got the wrong person?
Oops?
Going to tell THEIR mom you're sorry you strapped him down and let people murder him with a pair of pliers?
In a civilized society, the punishment is meted out by the state, and fits not only the crime, but the political and societal climate of the time. Civilized societies meter out their punishment based on rationality and a calm, collected manner, not blind rage and emotion.
You can't make justice from emotion. That's always a bad idea.
But you fucking idiots wouldn't know a damn thing about that.
I do believe in fair justice, NOT convicting the innocent.
I guess I did not make myself clear.
In the bible when they would catch the person(s) in the act of the crime they would than take them out and stone them.
Yes I agree there are those cases where the innocent have been wrongly accoused and wrongly put to death.
Thats where the system has failed just because they want another case on their talley sheet closed or won.
Shut Yer Hole

United States

#40 Oct 17, 2012
Church Industry wrote:
I think its funny when I see rednecks, who hate things like the "Sharia law" scare that went through this country a few years ago, screaming for blood, "eye for eye" or just straight up murder.
Do you people have any idea of the responsibility a civilized country has to its justice system? You can't simply murder people for committing crimes. It doesn't work like that.
Every year the Innocence Project finds about 50+ people who have been wrongly convicted, and helps set them free. These are lawyers and law students who work without pay on cases where people were convicted from "questionable" police interviews, witnesses who "saw" things in the dark, lack of DNA, etc.
What would be the result if we started murdering people like you rednecks are screaming for, and then find out a couple years later that we got the wrong person?
Oops?
Going to tell THEIR mom you're sorry you strapped him down and let people murder him with a pair of pliers?
In a civilized society, the punishment is meted out by the state, and fits not only the crime, but the political and societal climate of the time. Civilized societies meter out their punishment based on rationality and a calm, collected manner, not blind rage and emotion.
You can't make justice from emotion. That's always a bad idea.
But you fucking idiots wouldn't know a damn thing about that.
He's already been convicted you Retard. Take your bible thumping shit somewhere else.
He deserves whatever he gets in prison.
kahdke3i

Winnebago, IL

#42 Dec 13, 2012
Shut Yer Hole wrote:
<quoted text>
He's already been convicted you Retard. Take your bible thumping shit somewhere else.
He deserves whatever he gets in prison.
-Damn right that sick bastered deserves whatever he gets. He put katie's family threw hell & still have to live that night over &over.
Queenie

Indianapolis, IN

#43 Dec 14, 2012
Church Industry wrote:
I think its funny when I see rednecks, who hate things like the "Sharia law" scare that went through this country a few years ago, screaming for blood, "eye for eye" or just straight up murder.
Do you people have any idea of the responsibility a civilized country has to its justice system? You can't simply murder people for committing crimes. It doesn't work like that.
Every year the Innocence Project finds about 50+ people who have been wrongly convicted, and helps set them free. These are lawyers and law students who work without pay on cases where people were convicted from "questionable" police interviews, witnesses who "saw" things in the dark, lack of DNA, etc.
What would be the result if we started murdering people like you rednecks are screaming for, and then find out a couple years later that we got the wrong person?
Oops?
Going to tell THEIR mom you're sorry you strapped him down and let people murder him with a pair of pliers?
In a civilized society, the punishment is meted out by the state, and fits not only the crime, but the political and societal climate of the time. Civilized societies meter out their punishment based on rationality and a calm, collected manner, not blind rage and emotion.
You can't make justice from emotion. That's always a bad idea.
But you fucking idiots wouldn't know a damn thing about that.
Opinions are like azzholes bub, we all have them, and some stink.
How long are we suposed to hold them in jail?....untill thier found innocent?
Kill the monster if found guilty of harming a child.
12 people on a jury are good enough for me, if they find them guilty, so be it.
Church Industry

London, UK

#44 Dec 27, 2012
Reading analysis here is awful.

Read up on the Innocence Project. Being convicted doesnt always mean guilty. The system isnt perfect.

Did this individual do it? From what I have read, most likely yes. He should serve a long and unpleasant sentence.

My comments to the hate filled morons here are regarding this swift and final death sentence talk everyone is pushing.

Every year we find people who have been imprisoned for life or even death who were wrongly convicted.

If we handed over suspects or convicts to emotional nutcases like in here, we would be murdering innocent peoplr every year.

Of course, none of you idiots get that because you don't understand this country was based on the rule of law.

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