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#23 Mar 10, 2007
It is so tragic and I'm sorry for your suffering. But it certainly sounds like you were blessed just to know her.
Honestly I think that whether a criminal is executed or not, he will get what's coming to him. He awaits a horrible fate for his cruelty. That's what I live by. I just think there is something intrinsically wrong with the idea of "pulling the trigger" on anyone, even if that person has pulled the trigger, so to speak. And even though your argument is with very good reason, and I support your feelings completely, I can't break away from that fundamental belief I have.
But whatever it takes to restore inner peace to Judy and all of her loved ones, is what should be done.
#24 Apr 10, 2007
Mrs. Nilan was my councler at the middle school and i loved her dearly. she was my best friend. Deojay got what he deserved because the death penalty would ahve been the easy way out. I want him to deal with the pain he put Mrs.Nilan through. I have finaly forgiven him because i know that she has. i love you Mrs. Nilan
#25 Apr 10, 2007
allie to know that you and people like you still think of judy makes me so very proud.she definitely impacted many lives in positive ways. although i may never forgive him for he isnt man enough to even admit his crime, she just may have, because that was judy.in fact i know shes worried for his children and their well being, because that was judy. hope to see you at the jog with judy.peace.
#26 Oct 22, 2013
I know it has been been years since this happened, but I think I'm finally old enough to state my opinion after all these years. The man you call a "monster" is my father. I'm now 17. I was young when this happened and it basically ruined my life. You people don't realize that this "monster" has a family. He has 3 kids. My 2 younger brothers and I. You guys who wish for my fathers death have the same heart as a murderer; you people are wishing for a mans life to end. All these one sided articles and new stories described my dad wrongly. My dad isn't the monster you all see. He's a loving father who would do everything and anything for his kids.
#27 May 16, 2014
You have to realize that this man had 3 children that he put his life into raising to be wonderful individuals. Think how their lives would of been ruined if their father was stoned to death? It's already terrifying enough knowing we may never see him anymore. I was 7 years old when this happened. Now my mother has to take care of three children by herself and struggle to pay the bills every month. Don't bash around saying how people should he killed. If they were to kill him they would be no worse than him. I know I'm a bit late on this subject, but I waiting long enough to show my words.
Just for wishing death upon a guy you never met, and only heard about, you also need to realize that he was probably on of the best fathers alive. He made out lives enjoyable and we enjoyed every second we could with him. He's a wonderful person but made a few mistakes. No one knows the real him except for us.
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