Mixup allowed Burris to go free; 2 we...

Mixup allowed Burris to go free; 2 weeks later, he killed 5

There are 3 comments on the WCNC story from Jul 12, 2009, titled Mixup allowed Burris to go free; 2 weeks later, he killed 5. In it, WCNC reports that:

Despite an order to keep Patrick Burris in jail, a communications breakdown allowed him to go free two weeks before police say he killed five people in South Carolina.

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mad pap-pa

Denver, NC

#1 Jul 13, 2009
very costly f=up ...hope someone held acountable
mad neighbor

Spruce Pine, NC

#2 Jul 14, 2009
And to think, "a communication breakdown" is the reason for 5 people getting murdered. Thank is an
unexcused reason for anything of the such. I sure hope someone is accountable also mad pap-pa.
smarter than U

United States

#3 Aug 3, 2009
If you have been reading up on this sheriff department lately, you can understand why such a mistake like this has happened.
Look who is getting by with a crime now?
The Chief !
Those families of the murdered victims are suffering still I am sure, at the expence of Lincoln Counties "mixup" at the sheriff department.
I say get a grip up there at the sheriff Department. When you go embarrassing the town, you embarrance the people of that town also.
You are also inviting other crimes to this town for sure. Idiots think you do not have enough time ans common since to wory about them now, so they will come.
I pray it is not for something as bad as this in SC to get your attention spans back in order.
May God Bless Lincolnton and protect the citizens.

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