Crow's suicide note leaves no clues to slaying

Murder suspect Jesse Crow wrote a letter addressed to deputies at the Monterey County Jail before he hanged himself with a bedsheet in his cell early Saturday, a sheriff's official said Tuesday. Read more
Kat

Salinas, CA

#3 Aug 11, 2010
I think it is a crime that the informants will not be charged.The way our country protects criminals is sickening!
May peace find it's way to this family.
Toker Joe

San Jose, CA

#4 Aug 11, 2010
Since when do "informants" get special treatment. They weren't informants BEFORE the crime. It's a joke, and a slap to the tax payers face.
what a shame

Salinas, CA

#5 Aug 11, 2010
also a slap in Ryann's family's face!
Soquel Local

Salinas, CA

#6 Aug 11, 2010
Good Riddance. Too bad he did not kill himself before he killed his wife. I guess pot growing is not a victimless crime after all.
Just Guessing

Pacific Grove, CA

#7 Aug 11, 2010
Soquel Local wrote:
Good Riddance. Too bad he did not kill himself before he killed his wife. I guess pot growing is not a victimlesscrime after all.
"A study published in the March 2005 edition of the American Journal of Public Health found that homicide was a leading cause of death among pregnant women in the United States between 1991 and 1999. Data taken from the Pregnancy Mortality Surveillance System at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that the pregnancy-associated homicide ratio was 1.7 per 100,000 live births..........
Men who kill pregnant women are most likely romantically involved with their victims and see the pregnancy and unborn child as obstacles and burdens in their lives. They may not want a child, may want to pursue an extramarital affair or may want to keep an affair secret."

I don't think it was the pot growing, I think it was the pot grower.
Try not to be such a simpleton.

Since: Feb 10

Salinas, CA

#9 Aug 11, 2010
This guy had absolutely no morals or scruples. And as a consequence, he was literally incapable of feeling guilt or remorse.

But one way or another, he's gone now and is no longer a problem. The focus now, needs to be on the remaining accomplices. For them to continue living freely and without repercussions of any sort, would be nothing less than an outrage. And since our wonderful DA granted them immunity, I can only hope that justice catches up with them, sooner or later.

Hmmm, now that I think about it. Considering what types of people we're dealing with here. There's a very good chance that they will all run afoul of the law again in the future. Eventually, OJ found a way to end up behind bars anyway. I'm hoping all four of these people do too.

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