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public opinion

Hyden, KY

#1 Jan 18, 2013
I have heard that this boy was threatened by the uncle and that the ex was taking his baby around drunks. Now, I agree that the 12 year old should not have been shot nor none of them for that matter but until all the circumstances are told, Free Dalton!!!! Please don't get mad, it's JMO!
Big Earl

Whitesburg, KY

#2 Jan 19, 2013
Wow, lol, you're asking for it, lol.
Unknown

London, KY

#3 Jan 19, 2013
Yeah, free Dalton! He was so threatened by a little woman, a twelve year old and an unarmed man he had to shoot and kill them.

While we're at it, why don't we just free all murderers?
Mike Cornett

Mount Vernon, KY

#4 Jan 19, 2013
public opinion wrote:
I have heard that this boy was threatened by the uncle and that the ex was taking his baby around drunks. Now, I agree that the 12 year old should not have been shot nor none of them for that matter but until all the circumstances are told, Free Dalton!!!! Please don't get mad, it's JMO!
He will never see light again.He will be put to death for this crime. Man what a life 21 in jail till leathal injection.
IMO

Hyden, KY

#5 Jan 19, 2013
He will not be subject to the death penalty because there was not another violent crime (such as robbery) along with the murders. Mark my words.
Law abiding citizen

Lexington, KY

#6 Jan 19, 2013
He murdered 3 people and the cirumstances are irrelevant. I feel sorry for everyone in this matter.
KRS

East Bernstadt, KY

#7 Jan 19, 2013
IMO wrote:
He will not be subject to the death penalty because there was not another violent crime (such as robbery) along with the murders. Mark my words.
Read the statute, murder with multiple victims is a capital offense, punishable by death. The Commonwealth Attorney was ask if he would seek the death penalty and he said no decision had been made.

“Beautiful Days..Beautiful Life”

Since: Jan 11

Indianapolis / Hazard

#8 Jan 19, 2013
He has a public defender. He's screwed regardless. However personally I think the death penalty should be the punishment....after all he gave death to 3 innocent ppl, premeditated cold-blooded murder. Should he expect any less for himself?? I think not....if you play you pay & he should pay with his life...
IMO

Hyden, KY

#9 Jan 19, 2013
KRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Read the statute, murder with multiple victims is a capital offense, punishable by death. The Commonwealth Attorney was ask if he would seek the death penalty and he said no decision had been made.
You are totally correct on that. I heard that on the news also. You may be correct about multiple victims carrying the death penalty but I seriously don't think he will seek it, being that it was a domestic dispute....just saying.
Perry county

London, KY

#10 Jan 19, 2013
IMO wrote:
He will not be subject to the death penalty because there was not another violent crime (such as robbery) along with the murders. Mark my words.
u are wrong, another violent crime was committed
with the MURDER and it was another MURDER and it was committed along with another MURDER!. Mark my word, this quaifies for the DEATH PENALTY!
We voted for Hansen and now let's hope he does what the voters want done to child killers and killers of two unarmed innocent people only wanting to pick up their baby like the court ordered
my thoughts

Hyden, KY

#11 Jan 19, 2013
This may be off topic but I think it is absolutely wrong for any system to allow children exchanged at the college. There could have been many other innocent people hurt or killed. The system knows the cases that are sensitive and I actually think that they should have to have a worker there when any child is exchanged. So protest and get these unusual circumstances ridded at a community college and put the workers out doing their jobs. I most certainly think that it would have made a difference in what happened here. Social workers should be the middle man when it comes to exchanging children. It most certainly would control the anger of ex's exchanging and seeing each other. Does anyone agree?
crazy

London, KY

#12 Jan 19, 2013
Whoever started this or wants him free may as well give it up. That boy will spend the rest of his life behind bars. You just don't murder 3 people and then a week later think you can be released. I mean seriously are you that ignorant to think that boy will be released?
Tracker

London, KY

#13 Jan 19, 2013
my thoughts wrote:
This may be off topic but I think it is absolutely wrong for any system to allow children exchanged at the college. There could have been many other innocent people hurt or killed. The system knows the cases that are sensitive and I actually think that they should have to have a worker there when any child is exchanged. So protest and get these unusual circumstances ridded at a community college and put the workers out doing their jobs. I most certainly think that it would have made a difference in what happened here. Social workers should be the middle man when it comes to exchanging children. It most certainly would control the anger of ex's exchanging and seeing each other. Does anyone agree?
They don't get paid enough to do this. I feel like this young man would have done this wherever the exchange was to take place. If Social Sevices was involved in all custody battles then who would be able to take care of the rest of the child care issues.
Tammy

Middlesboro, KY

#14 Jan 19, 2013
Law abiding citizen wrote:
He murdered 3 people and the cirumstances are irrelevant. I feel sorry for everyone in this matter.
It was a domestic dispute and yes the cirumstances are relevant. Trust me as a abused woman myself i went through so much mental issues while living with this man even after 5 years i had a post tramtic stress disorder (ptsd) while at a hospital in for surgery while awakening from the surgery i had a panic attack and thought he was coming in the recovery room to kill me.Scars from mental abuse cant be seen but there there.Domestic issues to me arent taken serious enough here.The abuser has just as many issues as the victim. maybe coming from there own abuse as a child.That was my case anyways.
GetaClue

Gray, KY

#15 Jan 19, 2013
So what you're trying to say is it's okay to shoot down people in cold blood as long as you're upset with them? Really? If that be the case you had better hope and pray to God you don't piss anyone off because they just may gun you down and get away with it just because they are pissed at you or don't think you're living right.*rolls eyes* Some people really have no clue as to how ignorant, no I retract, ignorance is not knowing any better. People really have no clue as to how stupid they or their comments are.
Tammy

Middlesboro, KY

#17 Jan 19, 2013
GetaClue wrote:
So what you're trying to say is it's okay to shoot down people in cold blood as long as you're upset with them? Really? If that be the case you had better hope and pray to God you don't piss anyone off because they just may gun you down and get away with it just because they are pissed at you or don't think you're living right.*rolls eyes* Some people really have no clue as to how ignorant, no I retract, ignorance is not knowing any better. People really have no clue as to how stupid they or their comments are.
No way thats what i said. I was sayin hazard doesnt take domestic issues serious enough and maybe if they had gotten Catilyn and Dalton some help for there issues we would not be dealing with this right now! I feel deeply for Catilyn and Dalton My ex gave me hard time and i tried to help him and get him in some meetings and he wouldnt.The courts never offered us any help either.His lawyer once told me you know just work it out among yourselfs.ha that aint or didnt happen.Every exchange was a battle till finally we agreed to drop off with family we still do dont exchange our child its through a mutal party.
POPO

East Bernstadt, KY

#18 Jan 19, 2013
I think they need to add some charges! Like having a gun on a school campus! That would take it into Federal court as well. I wouldn't trust the local prosecutors to do the right thing in any matter.
Tracker

London, KY

#19 Jan 19, 2013
Can we only imagine how our children feel when their parents can't even be civil. What does this teach them.
GetaClue

Gray, KY

#21 Jan 19, 2013
Tammy wrote:
<quoted text>No way thats what i said. I was sayin hazard doesnt take domestic issues serious enough and maybe if they had gotten Catilyn and Dalton some help for there issues we would not be dealing with this right now! I feel deeply for Catilyn and Dalton My ex gave me hard time and i tried to help him and get him in some meetings and he wouldnt.The courts never offered us any help either.His lawyer once told me you know just work it out among yourselfs.ha that aint or didnt happen.Every exchange was a battle till finally we agreed to drop off with family we still do dont exchange our child its through a mutal party.
Actually I was referring to the person who started this thread. In the real world we can't just go around shooting people who we don't agree with or because we get pissed off at them or even because someone says they are going to beat us up.
Tammy

Middlesboro, KY

#22 Jan 19, 2013
GetaClue wrote:
So what you're trying to say is it's okay to shoot down people in cold blood as long as you're upset with them? Really? If that be the case you had better hope and pray to God you don't piss anyone off because they just may gun you down and get away with it just because they are pissed at you or don't think you're living right.*rolls eyes* Some people really have no clue as to how ignorant, no I retract, ignorance is not knowing any better. People really have no clue as to how stupid they or their comments are.
Sadly im am thinking that this tragdey will make the court rethink how they deal with domestic issue and its sad that people had to die to get them to change. what a loss

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