Accused Knox County Kidnapper Waives ...

Accused Knox County Kidnapper Waives Hearing | WBNS-10TV, Central Ohio News

There are 23 comments on the 10TV WBNS story from Nov 22, 2010, titled Accused Knox County Kidnapper Waives Hearing | WBNS-10TV, Central Ohio News. In it, 10TV WBNS reports that:

The man accused of kidnapping a 13-year-old girl and suspected of fatally stabbing her mother, brother and a family friend waived a court hearing on Monday.

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OMG

New York, NY

#4 Nov 23, 2010
true getto wrote:
why do we protect things like him from themselves but we dnt protect the ourselves from all there **** kill him as he has killed
You spelled "getto" wrong, by the way. I guess you're the true definition of ghetto then, eh?
Nancy and Sluggo

Cleveland, OH

#5 Nov 23, 2010
OMG wrote:
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You spelled "getto" wrong, by the way. I guess you're the true definition of ghetto then, eh?
LOL
Are you a teacher or something?
Whaa

United States

#6 Nov 23, 2010
No but I am. You all have received F's on your math tests.
justice

South Charleston, OH

#7 Nov 23, 2010
This situation is one of those that there should be no fair trial given, no tax payers money wasted, no prosecuting attorney wages, or defense attorney and judge wages given. This individual IS guilty of all of the crimes he is accused of, and he does not deny them. Why will our money be wasted on this? Take the suicide suit off, and give him what he needs to end this once and for all. Just let it happen.
mary c

Delaware, OH

#8 Nov 23, 2010
are the police able to get any information from the little girl that lived so they can put him away for 4 lifetimes? any other new information on this case?

Thank You
meee

Germany

#9 Nov 23, 2010
the way the system is set up even if this man says he did this and wants to plead guilty and wants death,they will not allow him to do this ,thats how defense attorneys make there livings ,i went to court for a felony forgery case and was told in court i could not plead guilty for it i had to plead not guilty so they could do a prelimnary,this was in the 80s and its not changed as you can see .its not right that the money has to be spent .but thats the system we have.
Jenny Tell Ya

Denver, CO

#10 Nov 23, 2010
Meee,
Congratulations for repenting your wrongdoings. What were ya thinking back then son?!
sjm

Westerville, OH

#11 Nov 23, 2010
Forget the suicide suit. I can see his forehead, that's all I need to save the taxpaying citizens of this state a lot of tax money and time.
hanghim

United States

#12 Nov 23, 2010
Hang him from a tree I tell ya, but hang him Slow see,...Dieing fast is to good for that Bas****! Make him think about what he has done. Hang him slow,...
Moparlynard

United States

#13 Nov 23, 2010
This question may sound meanial, But has anyone heard anything about the dog?? Just wondering.
I spoke my mind about the punk when it first aired.
I like the tree idea.
Kwame

Howard, OH

#14 Nov 23, 2010
This guy should be able to live his life in prison and turn his life around. He still has a chance to go to Heaven someday like the rest of us.
Jenny Tell Ya

Denver, CO

#15 Nov 23, 2010
The dog was found in the tree too.
Avery

Solon, OH

#16 Nov 24, 2010
like I said.I still think there is 1 more person involved in this case.There is no way 1 person can do all of this and contain 4 people.Not happening.They need to keep looking .And I pray they find out all before its a closed case.
Iagree

United States

#17 Nov 24, 2010
Avery wrote:
like I said.I still think there is 1 more person involved in this case.There is no way 1 person can do all of this and contain 4 people.Not happening.They need to keep looking .And I pray they find out all before its a closed case.
I Agree with you Chris !!! You are sooo right !
Macktrapper

Newark, OH

#18 Nov 24, 2010
Avery wrote:
like I said.I still think there is 1 more person involved in this case.There is no way 1 person can do all of this and contain 4 people.Not happening.They need to keep looking .And I pray they find out all before its a closed case.
2 possibilites - 1.You are entirely correct and they need to continue the investigation.

2. He ambushed them 1 at a time as they came home.

Most family members these days all run on at least a slightly different schedule. I have read statistics that say you are most vulnerable to attack, and more likely to be attacked when you return home, more than anywhere else.
Mr B

Delaware, OH

#19 Nov 24, 2010
Innocent until proven guilty is the fundamental right of anyone who is accused of a crime.

But when they provide information about a murder, and where to find the victims, this legal precept should not apply.

This man has essentially admitted his guilt, but some smart attorney will find a loophole to get him off, so these deaths will not be avenged.

Perhaps we should consider the words from the play Henry VI by William Shakespeare, "the first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers" (trial lawyers).
meee

Germany

#20 Nov 24, 2010
i think most times something is taken off the table if the person gives information that helps ,so i am sure deals have all ready been talked about if not all ready made .he gave up the information of where they could be found for the same reason he does anything because hes selfish and thinks of no one but himself.hopefully the death penalty wasnt part of any deal now or in the future.
mandy

Hilliard, OH

#21 Nov 26, 2010
Kwame wrote:
This guy should be able to live his life in prison and turn his life around. He still has a chance to go to Heaven someday like the rest of us.
YOU GOT TO BE FUCKING KIDDING ME? NO PERSON IN THEIR RIGHT MIND SHOULD HAVE DONE THIS. THIS IS PITIFUL AND NO HE DOES NOT DESERVE TO TURN HIS LIFE AROUND. THERE WAS NO REASON FOR THIS WHAT SO EVER!!!!!!!!!!
I CAN'T BELIVE YOU WOULD STICK UP FOR HIM LIKE THAT. THAT MAKES ME SICK.
YOU PROBABLY HAVE DONE THE SAME THING.
YOU ALL NEED TO BE LOCKED UP IN A MENTAL INSTITUTE.
THIS WAS AN INNOCENT FAMILY. I AM FROM THE AREA AND KNOW THAT THIS HAD NO REASONING BEHIND IT. HE NEEDS SLOWLY KILLED!!!!!!!!!!
Bartholomew

Flatwoods, KY

#22 Nov 28, 2010
Sorry you two but,I think you are wrong-a large man with a weapon (gun or knife )to the throat of a loved one could very easily keep 2 small women and 2 children in check.
Jaxon

Dallas, TX

#23 Nov 28, 2010
Bartholomew wrote:
Sorry you two but,I think you are wrong-a large man with a weapon (gun or knife )to the throat of a loved one could very easily keep 2 small women and 2 children in check.
You should also think about everything he did in the 24 hours after the crime. It's pretty astonishing. He murders victims Weds. moves their bodies to the tree near Howard. Is seen building a fire in his backyard in Mt. Vernon late on Weds. night. Moves a F-150 pickup from Hermann's house to bike path near Kenyon College,(then he walks back 7-8 miles to get his own vehicle?) Gets questioned by law officers near the abandoned F-150 on Thursday. etc etc. He could have acted alone. But there are so many fishy details in this case. Finally, it's going to take the Knox Co. DA 4-6 weeks to deliver an indictment on these murders. OMG. What is going on here?

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