Man guilty in Carson gas station deaths

Man guilty in Carson gas station deaths

There are 41 comments on the Daily Breeze story from May 20, 2008, titled Man guilty in Carson gas station deaths. In it, Daily Breeze reports that:

The Compton Superior Court jury deliberated for about two days, and reached its verdict after a one-week hiatus.

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No sympathy

Santa Ana, CA

#2 May 20, 2008
I hope they are shown no sympathy at all. They already have background of similar incidents, if we let them go they will do it again. I am familiar with this station, and was shocked to hear about this. I hope they feel the full extent of the law.
Rick

Los Angeles, CA

#3 May 20, 2008
Solong Loza, you threw your life away for what, a few dollars and some beer. Lazy bastard, that is what you get for killing these two people.
Prophet

Lynwood, CA

#4 May 20, 2008
Actually they ALL deserve the Death Penalty!!!

The main reason these Punks keep shooting people is because they know that they will not receive the Death Penalty in this Liberal State!

California just does not seem to find the middle of the road! DEATH PENALTY = GOOD!
Kim P

Los Angeles, CA

#5 May 20, 2008
Lock them up, and throw away the key! No excuse!
Greg Vermillion

Los Angeles, CA

#6 May 20, 2008
It's a shame Samford had a mistrial. What were those idiot jurors thinking?
too bad 4 u

Desert Hot Springs, CA

#7 May 20, 2008
they are going to have to put that guy in protective custody...wilmington is a small town so the odds that he will meet up w/ someone who knew the victim are pretty high...
ROR

United States

#8 May 20, 2008
life without parole!!!!!
i do not want these people on our streets so they can kill again!!
ROR

United States

#9 May 20, 2008
its state im from new york im from carson

“The name says it all”

Since: Mar 08

Carson, CA

#10 May 20, 2008
Id gladly be willing to turn off the electricity in my house for a day and donate the unused electricity to the state to fire up the electric chair for these guys!!!
hmm

Tustin, CA

#11 May 20, 2008
Im Right-You re Wrong wrote:
Id gladly be willing to turn off the electricity in my house for a day and donate the unused electricity to the state to fire up the electric chair for these guys!!!
i would too. but, the biggest problem with the death penalty is that more often than not (i dont have any facts/sites handy), it costs taxpayers more to put them to death because of the appeals process, years and years behind bars anyway, etc etc.
bruce

Santa Ana, CA

#12 May 20, 2008
no deals, hang them all. and for capital punishment, I still say, bring back the chair. THAT WAS A DETERRENT. the needle in the arm, they dont care-besides, here in Kalifornia, it takes literally 30 or 40 years from someone is convicted, to when they are executed. inexcusable.
hmm

Tustin, CA

#13 May 20, 2008
well, come to think of it, in cases like this where it there's no room for potential error (ie in a murder case, how credible is the eye witness, data mining techniques, etc), they should be sent to death because i dont htnk these kinds of things are able to come up for appeal.

seems clear cut to me.
Concerned resident

Redmond, WA

#14 May 20, 2008
I like the idea of sentencing them to life. Then all it takes is a couple of cartons of smokes and the right "friend" behind bars. Case closed. No appeal; No housing costs; No bad guy.
ripper

Houston, TX

#15 May 20, 2008
put em both in the electric chair, and dont wet the sponge ! dont give them the luxury of rotting in prison on MY tax dollars, send em to Satan to shovel coal !
carly

Pleasanton, CA

#16 May 20, 2008
Prayers for the loss ones. Families please be strong.
They do deserve to be in prison for what they did. I feel sorry for the criminals families.
the embarrasment they have to thru.
R.I.P
Eduardo Roco and Esther Arteaga.
Dano

El Segundo, CA

#17 May 20, 2008
carly wrote:
Prayers for the loss ones. Families please be strong.
They do deserve to be in prison for what they did. I feel sorry for the criminals families.
the embarrasment they have to thru.
R.I.P
Eduardo Roco and Esther Arteaga.
Amen, let us remember the victims and their families. Hopefully once these 3 young animals are sentenced they will be forgotten by all and never seen again except by those who deliver the meals that they reach through the bars for.
Ted

Dallas, TX

#18 May 20, 2008
hmm wrote:
<quoted text>
i would too. but, the biggest problem with the death penalty is that more often than not (i dont have any facts/sites handy), it costs taxpayers more to put them to death because of the appeals process, years and years behind bars anyway, etc etc.
Interesting, I never knew/thought about that.
Ted

Dallas, TX

#19 May 20, 2008
carly wrote:
Prayers for the loss ones. Families please be strong.
They do deserve to be in prison for what they did. I feel sorry for the criminals families.
the embarrasment they have to thru.
R.I.P
Eduardo Roco and Esther Arteaga.
Usually people are products of their environment, so I would have little sympathy for the criminals family.
hmm

Tustin, CA

#20 May 20, 2008
Ted wrote:
<quoted text>
Interesting, I never knew/thought about that.
from what i understand and have heard, the appeals process for a deathrower is many times more complicated, and supposedly there are far more opportunities to appeal/delay compared to the average inmate.
fed up

San Clemente, CA

#22 May 20, 2008
bet'cha a million dollars these guys are tweekers. i've lived not too far from there my entire life and i've seen this area be contaminated with the tweeker gangbanger roaming the streets on their stolen beach cruisers, looking for trouble.

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