St. Paul man charged with murder of H...

St. Paul man charged with murder of Hopkins woman, 90

There are 43 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Jul 18, 2008, titled St. Paul man charged with murder of Hopkins woman, 90. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Corey Omar Posley-Wells saw Irene Mary Kunze take out the garbage at her Hopkins apartment and thought she'd be a good target for robbery.

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flower_girl

Saint Paul, MN

#1 Jul 18, 2008
This is so sick. I hope this guy is in jail for a really long time. He deserves the death penalty, I think!!!
terry

Farmington, MN

#3 Jul 18, 2008
an animal..
Lover

Chaska, MN

#4 Jul 18, 2008
Steve Hettinger wrote:
Thought he would rob her? Was he going to take her ensure and diapers????
These Ghetto COWARDS don't think like that. They just prey on the defenseless because they're pu**y cowards, and know that people like her won't fight back.
Andy

Cupertino, CA

#5 Jul 18, 2008
kill him.
Angry Guy

Minneapolis, MN

#6 Jul 18, 2008
Well now we can add this horrific crime to the pregnant woman who was sexually assaulted two weeks ago by two black men, the black guy who abducted his ex-girl friend and beat her father with a blunt object, the 8 black guys who severely beat a father who was attempting to defend his daughter at Valley Fair, and the bus driver in St. Paul who was attacked and beaten by a gang of black youths refusing to pay for their ride. The common denominator is that they are all black and live in a metropolitan area that only has an African American population of 5%-7%. Obviously, our judicial system is completely out of whack for letting dangerous people like this out of jail in the first place, but what about the absence of leadership in the African American community. Do they not care?
Stephen Canavan

Saint Paul, MN

#7 Jul 18, 2008
It is cases like this that make it unfortunate that MN. does not have the death penalty. This loser really deserves it. He must be a really tough guy to attack a 66 year old and kill a 90 year old person.
Stephen Canavan

Saint Paul, MN

#8 Jul 18, 2008
Angry Guy wrote:
Well now we can add this horrific crime to the pregnant woman who was sexually assaulted two weeks ago by two black men, the black guy who abducted his ex-girl friend and beat her father with a blunt object, the 8 black guys who severely beat a father who was attempting to defend his daughter at Valley Fair, and the bus driver in St. Paul who was attacked and beaten by a gang of black youths refusing to pay for their ride. The common denominator is that they are all black and live in a metropolitan area that only has an African American population of 5%-7%. Obviously, our judicial system is completely out of whack for letting dangerous people like this out of jail in the first place, but what about the absence of leadership in the African American community. Do they not care?
No they don't however if it had been a case of White on Black you can bet that Sharpton & Jackson would be here for camera time, as well as the so-called community leaders
St paulie

Saint Paul, MN

#9 Jul 18, 2008
Angry Guy wrote:
Well now we can add this horrific crime to the pregnant woman who was sexually assaulted two weeks ago by two black men, the black guy who abducted his ex-girl friend and beat her father with a blunt object, the 8 black guys who severely beat a father who was attempting to defend his daughter at Valley Fair, and the bus driver in St. Paul who was attacked and beaten by a gang of black youths refusing to pay for their ride. The common denominator is that they are all black and live in a metropolitan area that only has an African American population of 5%-7%. Obviously, our judicial system is completely out of whack for letting dangerous people like this out of jail in the first place, but what about the absence of leadership in the African American community. Do they not care?
I completely agree, where is the leadership in the black community. Why are the youth in the black community SOOO without guidance, structure or and common decency. I was at the taste of Minnesota over the forth of july and once again nothing but black youth raising complete hell with little regard to manners or humility. Enough is enough.
Abdullah Shabazz

Saint Paul, MN

#10 Jul 18, 2008
what a way to end your 90+ year journey. some big strong worthless 27 year old hoodlum stabs you to death.
Mom of them

Minneapolis, MN

#11 Jul 18, 2008
I am the mother of 4 black youth in St. Paul. We were at the Taste of Minnesota and they were with me the whole time. Stop stereotyping and talk about the situation at hand!
Andy

Cupertino, CA

#12 Jul 18, 2008
St paulie wrote:
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I completely agree, where is the leadership in the black community. Why are the youth in the black community SOOO without guidance, structure or and common decency. I was at the taste of Minnesota over the forth of july and once again nothing but black youth raising complete hell with little regard to manners or humility. Enough is enough.
What can we do about this? Every time I ask or call into a talk show it's always the same answer "vote."

How can we find out who these judges are, so I don't go blindly into the booth? I doubt contacting the Bar Assoc. would do anything. Is the way judges rule on cases public info, meaning the judges name?
Get a Clue

Cottage Grove, MN

#14 Jul 18, 2008
Angry Guy wrote:
Well now we can add this horrific crime to the pregnant woman who was sexually assaulted two weeks ago by two black men, the black guy who abducted his ex-girl friend and beat her father with a blunt object, the 8 black guys who severely beat a father who was attempting to defend his daughter at Valley Fair, and the bus driver in St. Paul who was attacked and beaten by a gang of black youths refusing to pay for their ride. The common denominator is that they are all black and live in a metropolitan area that only has an African American population of 5%-7%. Obviously, our judicial system is completely out of whack for letting dangerous people like this out of jail in the first place, but what about the absence of leadership in the African American community. Do they not care?
There is leadership. They advocated for JDAI -- a measure enacted specifically to keep black offenders out of jail. It stands for Juvenile Detention Alternative or something which means: Let's not put them in jail for committing crimes....let's find an alternative (equals releasing them right back into the community -- WHAT ARE THE POLICE TO DO?)

Since: Jul 08

Saint Paul, MN

#15 Jul 18, 2008
Yeah, he is a big tough guy now, isn't he! Crying on his mug shot! What is he crying for, it isnt for the poor woman he killed.

Since: Jul 08

Saint Paul, MN

#16 Jul 18, 2008
Madman

Saint Paul, MN

#17 Jul 18, 2008
Criminals like this one are the hardest to plan any sort of defense against, because they are totally opportunistic and seize the moment to attack those who they suspect have what they need and probably won't mount too vigorous a defense.

Both this crime and his previous assault are predatory crimes committed against much older and weaker victims. When someone consistently acts as a predator, they must be caged not to rehabilitate them, but to protect society in general. Parole him when he is 75 and drop him off in the 'hood -- see how long he lasts!
Joliet Jake

Cottage Grove, MN

#18 Jul 18, 2008
Murder him and let the relatives of Irene Kunze
take out the garbage.
StPaulguy

Saint Paul, MN

#19 Jul 18, 2008
Mom of them wrote:
I am the mother of 4 black youth in St. Paul. We were at the Taste of Minnesota and they were with me the whole time. Stop stereotyping and talk about the situation at hand!
Stereotyping? Hello... they are all black. I am sick of the attitude and sick of watching them ruining the lives of innocent humans. Get it together or get out!!!
Concerned

Saint Paul, MN

#20 Jul 18, 2008
He looks and acted like a rabid animal. The only thing to do for any justice would be to shoot this piece of **** and throw his body in the garbage.
whats new

Minneapolis, MN

#21 Jul 18, 2008
It's true. Anyplace like 'The Taste Of MN' will now be ruined because of who?
whats new

Minneapolis, MN

#22 Jul 18, 2008
It's true, anything that Minnesotan's have created and is sacred to us, you can believe that the bro's will ruin. Including our 90 year old grandma's.

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