Suspect charged in Northland murder o...

Suspect charged in Northland murder of AT&T technician

There are 5 comments on the The Kansas City Star story from Sep 23, 2012, titled Suspect charged in Northland murder of AT&T technician. In it, The Kansas City Star reports that:

Clay County authorities on Sunday charged a Kansas City ex-convict with first-degree murder in the death of an AT&T technician who was fatally beaten on the job.Bryan J. Middlemas, 35, was also charged with attempted robbery and armed criminal action in Kevin M. Mashburn’s death.Mashburn, 58, was clubbed in the head with a crowbar while he ... (more)

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Spotted Girl

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Spotted World

#1 Sep 23, 2012
This is sad. The slogan is reach out and touch someone, not reach out and rob and kill someone.

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Spotted World

#2 Sep 23, 2012
I hope someone chops off Bryan J. Middlemas's hands in prison. You don't rob another person no matter what. I cannot help but wonder if his mother was too much of a wh*re, druggie, or career mom to teach her son to never rob no matter what. Or, maybe the question should be where the father was and why he didn't beat such tendencies out of him.

I cannot help but wonder why God didn't place such people who would turn out to be violent in abusive homes more often. Just think if he had a mother with postpartum depression with psychosis and suicidal tendencies. She would have bashed him to death before he could have done it to others. Or what if God intervened. The guy reaches for a crowbar and the loving God that doesn't existed would have loved the victim enough to have shot a laser beam from Heaven and burned the guy's arm off right there.

Oh, should we repeal the 5th amendment? It would be nice that as soon as he admitted to beating the man, the cops could have pulled out a chain saw and cut his arms off, or at least pulled out a tire tool.
WIzard o Kaaz

Seth, WV

#3 Sep 24, 2012
Dayum P.O.S.. Killing a nice fellow who was just trying to feed his family by doing a service call to a tower. The killer probably wasn't happy with the copper that he just stole from the tower. There is coming quickly a DAY OF RECKONING for P.O.S. as such! It is time that we quit giving people like this 'three hots and a cot'. I say bring back the chain gangs! Tie them up in the courthouse square and let us take a crack at these sorry sacks o sheet!
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Makes me want to go there and get thrown in jail with this Mother Effer just so I can beat the ever living hell outta him.((sigh))
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dh

“Up with which, I will not put”

Since: Jul 08

Sao Paulo

#5 Sep 24, 2012
pos. hope you enjoy the rest of your days back in prison scumbag.
Donkey Estonkey

Hampton, VA

#6 Sep 25, 2012
Guys like this walk around looking for an excuse to bludgeon someone.
Likely, the robbery was a preamble to the inevitable beating.

Generally it takes real rage to beat someone to death, unlike a gun where one squeeze can do it.

Anyway, this guy needs off the streets for fkn ever.
Likely they'll execute or life him w/o parole.
Hope he suffers...

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