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Pluto

New Albany, MS

#1 Nov 9, 2012
When is this idiots term going to end? How can you not have much more of an air tight case than he did against Evans and accepted a plea bargain for ten years. The man is doing more time for selling drugs than murdering someone. He did the same crap with Jeremy Perdue. Let him plea bargain off instead of sticking him away for life. I don't care if Donald Duck runs for prosecutor next time, he's got my vote over this plea bargain accepting fool.
Uranus

Pine Bluff, AR

#2 Nov 9, 2012
Pluto wrote:
When is this idiots term going to end? How can you not have much more of an air tight case than he did against Evans and accepted a plea bargain for ten years. The man is doing more time for selling drugs than murdering someone. He did the same crap with Jeremy Perdue. Let him plea bargain off instead of sticking him away for life. I don't care if Donald Duck runs for prosecutor next time, he's got my vote over this plea bargain accepting fool.
That's the way it's supposed to work. Plea bargains. Judges sign off on them. The man could have fought it in court. If you think you can do it better, go to law school, pass the bar exam, and then run for prosecutor.
Golf Player

El Dorado, AR

#3 Nov 9, 2012
This Prosecutor plea bargained Evans down from 1ST Degree Murder to Manslaughter. Same as going from Aggravated Rape down to Attack with a Friendly Weapon. After all the Cop work, all the family anguish, all the years. NO JUSTICE.
Pluto

New Albany, MS

#4 Nov 9, 2012
Uranus wrote:
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That's the way it's supposed to work. Plea bargains. Judges sign off on them. The man could have fought it in court. If you think you can do it better, go to law school, pass the bar exam, and then run for prosecutor.
No, that's not the way it's supposed to work. He should have been prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. What he did bordered on capital murder and you can say that only deserves a sentence of ten years? There's no justice in that. Why do you think we have such a high murder rate now? Because these thugs know that they won't do serious time. Let someone from your family be murdered and see if you're happy they get ten years instead of life. That's what happens when you have a prosecutor that's to big of a sissy to fight for what's right in court and not accept plea bargains from the defense. He has a track record of doing just that. Again, same with Perdue. Cases don't come any more air tight than that. But I guarantee you one thing, If I did have a law degree, this plea bargaining crap wouldn't be happening. All we have in the prosecutors office is a lack of testicular fortitude. When the prosecutor(s) start sticking these thugs away for the rest of their natural born lives, it won't take long for them to figure out that crime really doesn't pay.

And no, I'm in no shape, form, or fashion related to, or have a connection to the murdered girls family.
OnTheSide

El Dorado, AR

#5 Nov 9, 2012
Pluto wrote:
When is this idiots term going to end? How can you not have much more of an air tight case than he did against Evans and accepted a plea bargain for ten years. The man is doing more time for selling drugs than murdering someone. He did the same crap with Jeremy Perdue. Let him plea bargain off instead of sticking him away for life. I don't care if Donald Duck runs for prosecutor next time, he's got my vote over this plea bargain accepting fool.
When you get someone who is lazy and corrupt as your prosecuting attorney what else would you expect? Its "easier" for everyone to plea out. In a small town like this I'm suprised anything goes to trial. The good ole boys get together and say f**k you to justice everyday.
agreed

United States

#6 Nov 9, 2012
Uranus wrote:
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That's the way it's supposed to work. Plea bargains. Judges sign off on them. The man could have fought it in court. If you think you can do it better, go to law school, pass the bar exam, and then run for prosecutor.
Thank you! Someone finally speaking on a subject they have a little knowledge of!

Plea bargains are almost always offered as a way of SAVING TAXPAYERS THEIR MONEY. Ignorance of operations such as this is where voters need to be held more accountable of how informed they are before allowed to vote.
Union county

El Dorado, AR

#7 Nov 9, 2012
Im sure there is a lot of people unhappy with johnny only getting ten years. Maybe Mary's family and crystals family should get together and see if or not they can get the Evans boys for a Hate crime. Because of u really look at all the details of both Mary's and crystals murder.... I don't see why the state or states can't or won't get them for a Hate crime.
Pluto

New Albany, MS

#8 Nov 9, 2012
agreed wrote:
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Thank you! Someone finally speaking on a subject they have a little knowledge of!
Plea bargains are almost always offered as a way of SAVING TAXPAYERS THEIR MONEY. Ignorance of operations such as this is where voters need to be held more accountable of how informed they are before allowed to vote.
Only ignorance is yours. The money spent on sending a murderer to jail for punishment for his crimes is tantamount to a decent society. The money spent on a full trial is small in comparison to government waste and is actually money well spent compared to how the government chooses to spend our tax dollars. As a tax paying working man, I'm glad to have my tax dollars spent on convicting criminals and giving them the punishments they deserve instead of pussing out and letting everyone cop a plea to a much lesser offense and prison term. When criminals truly have to pay for the crimes they commit, crime rates will drop.
Redneck

El Dorado, AR

#9 Nov 9, 2012
Pack convicts in prison cells like sardines and you would have your much needed prison space.
linda

El Dorado, AR

#10 Nov 9, 2012
which prosecutor?
Just One

El Dorado, AR

#11 Nov 9, 2012
linda wrote:
which prosecutor?
13th District Prosecutor is Robin Carrol. He has assisstant prosecutors that do most of the court room prosecuting, but, under his guidelines. He is solely responsible for any actions by the assisstants.
Bo Diddly

Grand Prairie, TX

#12 Nov 9, 2012
Just One wrote:
<quoted text>13th District Prosecutor is Robin Carrol. He has assisstant prosecutors that do most of the court room prosecuting, but, under his guidelines. He is solely responsible for any actions by the assisstants.
Robin Carrol might be a bad seed, but the deputy prosecutor Jeff Rogers is a dud to He always does plea bargain he is lazy Check his past and find out about all the women he has sc.....ed bankruptcy and other stuff. Our town should be embarrassed.
chuckem

El Dorado, AR

#13 Nov 10, 2012
The truth is that Carroll has turned in a very weak and negative record as his tenure as prosecuting attorney!!!!!!
agreed

United States

#14 Nov 10, 2012
Pluto wrote:
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Only ignorance is yours. The money spent on sending a murderer to jail for punishment for his crimes is tantamount to a decent society. The money spent on a full trial is small in comparison to government waste and is actually money well spent compared to how the government chooses to spend our tax dollars. As a tax paying working man, I'm glad to have my tax dollars spent on convicting criminals and giving them the punishments they deserve instead of pussing out and letting everyone cop a plea to a much lesser offense and prison term. When criminals truly have to pay for the crimes they commit, crime rates will drop.
He already had 76 years, dumbass. Avoiding the legal fees and adding on another 10 more years seems like the tax-responsible route to go. Luckily, ignorant people like you don't hold elected offices for a reason...oh wait...

One thing I'm sure even someone as ignorant as you could agree on is focusing on the death penalty. It is a whole lot cheaper to kill him instead of provide a shelter, clothing and food for the next 86 years with tax payer money. But plea deals are a sense of regretful admittance. It's not 1800 any more. At least our system has a small sense of compassion.
raped

Dallas, TX

#15 Nov 10, 2012
I had an air tight case ...ucso. had done a bunch of work on ( attempted murder ) an they dropped the case......
It was a slam dunk case.... ucso was in utter shock they dropped it...
Pluto

Dallas, TX

#16 Nov 10, 2012
agreed wrote:
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He already had 76 years, dumbass. Avoiding the legal fees and adding on another 10 more years seems like the tax-responsible route to go. Luckily, ignorant people like you don't hold elected offices for a reason...oh wait...
One thing I'm sure even someone as ignorant as you could agree on is focusing on the death penalty. It is a whole lot cheaper to kill him instead of provide a shelter, clothing and food for the next 86 years with tax payer money. But plea deals are a sense of regretful admittance. It's not 1800 any more. At least our system has a small sense of compassion.
I'm well aware that Evans is already serving 76 years on drug charges you moron. That still doesn't mean he should have been allowed to cop a plea on first degree murder. Carroll and his weak sister deputies should have added another hundred years onto his sentence and guaranteed he'd never walk out of prison alive. As it stands now, in twenty or so years, he will make parole and be let out while the Evans girls will still ne dead. Carroll has been a weak prosecutor and needs to go so crime victims can get real justice.

As far as capital punishment goes, yes, I'm all for it when there's no doubt on guilt. However, you seem to be so focused on taxpayer money when no one is foo.g to object to their money being used to put criminals in jail for the crimes they commit. Let something happen to one of your family members like what happened to the Evans or what perdue did to that woman and see how loud you holler for full justice and not a slap on the wrist penalty.
And you want to tout compassion from the justice system? That's beyond absurd. Johnny Evans is a career criminal and murderer, why should the justice system show compassion to the likes of him. He has none for the girl he murdered or her family much less for the peoples lives he ruined with drugs. You sir are the idiot, not I.
Redneck

El Dorado, AR

#17 Nov 10, 2012
Gooberlips changing his name arguing with own ignorantazz self AGAIN. The HOMO LOSER of Topix. What a fkingIdiot.
come back 2 Mars

United States

#18 Nov 10, 2012
Pluto wrote:
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I'm well aware that Evans is already serving 76 years on drug charges you moron. That still doesn't mean he should have been allowed to cop a plea on first degree murder. Carroll and his weak sister deputies should have added another hundred years onto his sentence and guaranteed he'd never walk out of prison alive. As it stands now, in twenty or so years, he will make parole and be let out while the Evans girls will still ne dead. Carroll has been a weak prosecutor and needs to go so crime victims can get real justice.
As far as capital punishment goes, yes, I'm all for it when there's no doubt on guilt. However, you seem to be so focused on taxpayer money when no one is foo.g to object to their money being used to put criminals in jail for the crimes they commit. Let something happen to one of your family members like what happened to the Evans or what perdue did to that woman and see how loud you holler for full justice and not a slap on the wrist penalty.
And you want to tout compassion from the justice system? That's beyond absurd. Johnny Evans is a career criminal and murderer, why should the justice system show compassion to the likes of him. He has none for the girl he murdered or her family much less for the peoples lives he ruined with drugs. You sir are the idiot, not I.
You need to educate yourself, dumbass. He pledged guilty. Life in Prison for a murder charge is 25 years. He pledged guilty, knocking it down only 15 years. Instad of serving 101 years, he's serving 86 years. Does it really fuckingmatter from there? Closed case with saved tax dollars. This is how open and shut cases work, you Fuckingmoron.
come back 2 Mars

United States

#19 Nov 10, 2012
pled* not pledged
DUH

El Dorado, AR

#20 Nov 10, 2012
come back 2 Mars wrote:
pled* not pledged
Why bother if you knew what he 'mint'?

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