Faribault man convicted of aiding sui...

Faribault man convicted of aiding suicides faces sentencing

There are 7 comments on the TwinCities.com story from May 4, 2011, titled Faribault man convicted of aiding suicides faces sentencing. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

A former Minnesota nurse convicted of aiding suicides by trolling Internet chat rooms and encouraging depressed people to kill themselves could see little or no time behind bars when he is sentenced today.

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Donny Berwick

Minneapolis, MN

#1 May 4, 2011
I'd like him to be our death panel czar.

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#2 May 4, 2011
Looks like he expected it - he came to court already dressed with his own black and white jailhouse shirt.
Say What

Lakeville, MN

#3 May 4, 2011
He's really no different than every knucklehead who yells, "jump" to someone standing on a ledge or bridge.
Not defending him, just sayin'....
Freedom Lover

Minneapolis, MN

#4 May 4, 2011
In real life he was a bald, fat slob who toiled in a nursing home, cleaning up what didn't stick to the Depends. I think mine is a better description.

Winona, MN

#5 May 4, 2011
With all due respect to those who think that he was no different than someone who yell's "jump" at someone on a ledge or bridge, I could not disagree more. This man trolled the internet looking for people who wanted to kill themselves and then fabricated a story by claiming that he was a female nurse who was also going to kill herself and offered to enter into a "pact" in order to bolster the other peoples resolve. He also offered helpful suggestions on the most efficacious way of killing oneself. I think that the attorney in this matter is a slimy POS to even suggest that this is in any way an exercise of protected speech. The sentence could have been 15 years and ends up to be less than one year. And by the way, he gets to do his year on the installment plan spread out over ten years. As though a sociopath like this would care that he has to do one day in prison on the anniversary of the people he helped to kill. The judge in this matter deserves nothing but contempt for his brand of "justice". The prosecutor who agreed to this sentence without appeal should find another line of work.
Jim Hennen

Deltona, FL

#6 May 4, 2011
Perhaps we can "encourage" him to try suicide, offering hugs and kisses to him if he is successful. If not successful, we can always encourage him to try, try again.
Capitan K

Louisville, KY

#7 May 4, 2011
Great, now this Sicko is going to start his new vocation, a lethal weapon on eighteen wheels. Minnesota Justice ?

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