Surreal daughter found murdered dad

Surreal daughter found murdered dad

There are 26 comments on the WOOD-TV Grand Rapids and Michigan story from Jan 28, 2009, titled Surreal daughter found murdered dad. In it, WOOD-TV Grand Rapids and Michigan reports that:

Staci Czadzeck got caught in a rainstorm, changed her clothes and ran some errands for her father before she returned to his store, R.K. Jewelers, in downtown Grand Haven on July 2, 2008.

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Loves my mother

Sturgis, MI

#1 Jan 28, 2009
Losing a family member sucks. How unfortunate that people must hurt others for their own gain.

Zeeland, MI

#2 Jan 28, 2009
they commented the crime together, they should be on trail together, and be put to death together. save the tax payers money!!

Caledonia, MI

#3 Jan 28, 2009
The Thug that did this needs to rot in a small windowless cell for the rest of his days.

Dorr, MI

#4 Jan 28, 2009
I say treat them as they treated these poor people...shoot them and save us the money for these disgusting animals....while they are at it teh government can charge the family of the criminals for the bullets...for doing such a horrible job raising them.

Grand Rapids, MI

#5 Jan 28, 2009
Dirty, filthy wastes of human flesh! A court-yard hanging!! THAT is what should be done to these two.

But NOOOOO.... we are WAY to progressive to do that...let's just pay for 3 hots and a cot for these two bags of crap, for the rest of their natural lives.

My deepest condolences to the families who were victimized by these 2 cretins!

Grand Rapids, MI

#6 Jan 28, 2009
Less than apes

Since: Mar 08

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#7 Jan 28, 2009
sna wrote:
The Thug that did this needs to rot in a small windowless cell for the rest of his days.
No, firing squad. Allow the family members to pull the trigger if they desire.

Traverse City, MI

#8 Jan 28, 2009
And Michigan does not have the death penalty WHY? I for one would like to see them suffer slowly and painfully, start shooting at the feet and work their way up, then just maybe they would realize the kind of pain and torture they inflicted on their victims!

Holland, MI

#9 Jan 28, 2009
I thought these people were innocent until proven guilty. Also what does this "surreal" experience mean in the prosecution of these 2 men?

All you people say put him to death but what knowledge do you have that these guys did it? Because prosecutors have never tried the wrong men? I think you should wait until there is a final verdict before making your statements.

Battle Creek, MI

#11 Jan 28, 2009
I must agree with Rico, we first must see that they are tried before a jury of there peers, found guilty other wise we are no better than they are, simply putting them in the court yard and shooting them would only encourage the attention to them. I think we should let the daughter decide their punishment.
John Coffey

Aurora, CO

#12 Jan 28, 2009
sna wrote:
The Thug that did this needs to rot in a small windowless cell for the rest of his days.
That's the delusion under which most death penalty opponents operate, "Lock 'em up and throw away the key." The only problem with this is that as long as they're alive, they have rights, like a comfortable bed, hot food and medical care. You can't just drop them down a hole, as the state would get sued. Instead, the men and women who work in our correctional facilities are forced to handle this uncontained toxic waste, often at their peril. This does not make sense.
Barack Hussein Obama


#13 Jan 28, 2009
Let Barack Hussein Obama fix it...He can fix it.

Orlando, FL

#14 Jan 28, 2009
Chaz wrote:
they commented the crime together, they should be on trail together, and be put to death together. save the tax payers money!!
they "commented" the crime?
be on "trail" together?'re an idiot. Go back to third grade.

Haughton, LA

#15 Jan 28, 2009
sounds to me like the court is trying to rail road 1 of the brothers. If we have nothing to hide we usually dont get paperwork showing our allibies evry minute of the day. Its a sad day when we can convict a man of such a harsh crime with no real evidence.

Falls Church, VA

#16 Jan 28, 2009
The death penalty can be a lot more expensive than life in prison. Many times inmates on death row appeal a lot more than those who received life in prison. More appeals equals more of the state's time and money in the court room and if the inmates cannot afford his own attorney and is appointed a state attorney that's more money the state has to spend on the guy.

I'm actually for the death penalty (though I'd prefer if it was only used in instances where there is a very strong case against the criminal/suspect). I just think people should think about the implications and costs benefits of one way over another when they say "the state should hang him and save us all our tax dollars."

Signal Mountain, TN

#17 Jan 28, 2009
LOL Dave, I caught that, too... and wondered exactly what kind of a "trail" these two should be on together.
Interesting comment on how the "men and women who work in our correctional facilities are forced to handle" such people. Ah, "forced?" Nobody forces anyone to work as a prison guard, what are you talking about? And talk about one corrupt group of folks... these people have overinflated egos from thinking they're some sort of gods just because they're in a position of some authority. And they use it in every disgusting manner imaginable. I have no sympathy for these "men and women"... if there were no prisoners, they'd have no jobs! Then they'd be "forced" to ::gasp:: work for a living!
Unbelievable comment. Wonder what YOU do for a living!

Charlotte, NC

#18 Jan 29, 2009

Grand Haven, MI

#19 Jan 29, 2009
I posted this previously (about the same trial), but I'm interested in other folks opinions. I recall reading an article about instituting a death penalty in Michigan some years ago (I believe it was after a police officer had been killed in the line of duty). The article referenced a poll taken (I don't know how "scientific" it was) among Michigan residents and their opinions on the issue. What I DO remember was the #1 group of people OPPOSED to the death penalty were (by occupation) PRISON WORKERS! Nice huh? Nothing "self-serving" there... At the risk of running afoul of folks that believe it's wrong to take ANY life, some people just deserve to die.
These two "brothers" (sarcasm intended) are prime examples.

Porcupine, SD

#20 Jan 29, 2009
that is so wrong
in many ways!!!


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