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Milpitas homicide suspect arrested - The Milpitas Post Online

There are 22 comments on the Milpitas Post story from Jan 21, 2009, titled Milpitas homicide suspect arrested - The Milpitas Post Online. In it, Milpitas Post reports that:

Milpitas Police Department Tuesday morning announced the arrest of a suspect they believe committed the Oct.

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Marley

United States

#1 Jan 23, 2009
Good. That scumbag should get the death penalty.
Brian

United States

#2 Jan 26, 2009
I knew Amy and she was a wonderful person. Thank you Milpitas Police for not giving up the search so we could have this closure.
Belle

United States

#3 Jan 27, 2009
None of you guys don't know anything. WOW!! Friendster...are you serious. Everyone says stupid stuff and everyone is gullable to believe anything they read or hear instead of getting the true facts. The fact of the matter is, he does not a have a criminal recrod. Get your story straight whoever wrote this ad. Just because this was an ongoing report and no one had anything else better to say but to blame an innocent bistandard. Do you know him? Do you know his background...Don't judge if you've never met the person or know of him. Only God can judge! Yeah, they may think they have the right person. But are you serious, to blame it on a guy because they had no one else to blame because they just wanted to blame someone. Open your eyes..justice will prevail and this young man is not to blame. He was raised well and came from a family oriented background. Open your eyes..it took this long and then you go ahead and blame someone who was the last resort. SMART! Really smart! I love how the system works.
Belle

United States

#4 Jan 27, 2009
Closure?! Because they found someone but don't know if he is the one! Wow...some effin closure! No wonder people are so closed minded; only see one side and never the whole story. What morales do you have to say "He deserves the death penalty!" You may have freedom of speech, but how would you like it if someone said that so freely about your blood? Take that into some consideration and speak freely only when the verdict has been made CORRECTLY!
Bob

Redwood City, CA

#5 Jan 27, 2009
People like that should not be able to walk freely amongest us. It is that type of scum that degenerates our society.

Its "morals" not "morales".
Belle

Northridge, CA

#6 Jan 27, 2009
This guy is not guilty! READ!! He was not found guilty! As if anyone out there is perfect! Just cause he was pointed the finger at doesn't mean he did this! "Morals"! As if anyone in this society has that! Everyone fucks up at least once in their life..and until proven guilty..until facts are proven everyone needs to look at themselves. Remember point one finger at a person and look at how many fingers are pointed back at you!
Belle

Northridge, CA

#7 Jan 27, 2009
Bob wrote:
People like that should not be able to walk freely amongest us. It is that type of scum that degenerates our society.
Its "morals" not "morales".
And who made u the walking dictionary? As if ur shit don't stink! Please...
Avalon

San Francisco, CA

#8 Jan 27, 2009
I agree with Belle... Funny how they stated what his ethnic race was along with his last name on the article. Hello!!! The writer must've voted for Chaney for President. Anyhow, as far as I've read, this young man is only a "SUSPECT", and Milpitas Police is still undergoing investigation... So the folks out there making accusations already, should calm down!
Avalon

San Francisco, CA

#9 Jan 27, 2009
Marley wrote:
Good. That **** should get the death penalty.
C'mon! Give it a break! You should read the article slowly... "S-U-S-P-E-C-T"
Anthony

San Francisco, CA

#10 Feb 5, 2009
I was a friend of Amy Fan, and agree with Brian's comments above that she was a wonderful human being. However, I am not seeking vengeance. Amy's family has forgiven her killer long ago. I only hope that he feels some remorse for what he did and that the justice he receives (if he is found guilty in a court of law) is appropriate for the crime.
Belle

Northridge, CA

#11 Feb 5, 2009
Who are you to say that he should recieve justice? Who are you to say that he did anything? He's a SUSPECT! He did not plea GUILTY..he's innocent; an innocent person! He may feel remorse for the family who had lost her, but he did not do this crime. WE WISH WE ALL KNEW!
FCorpuz

Philippines

#12 Feb 9, 2009
Just for the world to know. People shouldn't be so quick to judge a book by it's cover. Also speculating with the lack of he evidence or knowledge about a person is a very ignorant thing to do. Allow me to give a little backround about the suspect. He comes from a well oriented family, excelled and shined during his elementry and middle school years, graduated from a catholic school and attended some college. He is a very socialble person with a deep sincerity for other people. He always showed deep concern about the welfare of his family and friends. He was always able to put a smile on a persons face when he entered the room. Let me remind the people viewing this article that "all people are innocent until proven guilty." At this time all we can do is wait and pray for the best out come. Let us all pray for Audi and the victim and her family that this case be solved quickly as possible.
Estaban

United States

#13 Feb 26, 2009
Avalon wrote:
Funny how they stated what his ethnic race was along with his last name on the article. Hello!!! The writer must've voted for Chaney for President. Anyhow, as far as I've read, this young man is only a "SUSPECT", and Milpitas Police is still undergoing investigation..
First of all, Cheney never ran for president, second of all, This suspect has been arrested and charged with the murder, that means the police have enough evidence to take him to court. That doesn't mean he is guilty, but it means what it means, that there is evidence that points to him. Defending him here is pretty pointless. Maybe you should try to not think about race so much.
presentcornhuske rs

United States

#14 Mar 3, 2009
Remember people rule of law "innocent until proven guilty". DNA and prints don't lie. If they connect the suspect to the crime, then he is toast.
barbara

Sunnyvale, CA

#15 Apr 6, 2009
I was Amy's co-worker who called the police... According to the reports, this person was a suspect as early as 3 days after the murder. He would not have been arrested had the police not been confident with their evidence that they had the right person. Attending Catholic school or living in a close knit family does not prevent one from becoming a criminal.... But, as has been said, he is innocent until proven guilty. I plan on attending his trial and should he be proven guilty, I hope he never walks as a free man again.

Amy was the sweetest soul you would ever meet and did not deserve to die in the brutal way she did....
barbara

Sunnyvale, CA

#16 Jul 27, 2009
I attended the preliminary hearing for Audi Andaya. From what evidence was presented and the testimony of witnesses (including his cousin), there is not a doubt in my mind that Audi was responsible for the death of Amy.

It was crime of opportunity that affected so many lives.

Justice will prevail.

Rest in Peace Amy.
Micheal

Daly City, CA

#17 Aug 5, 2009
It's pretty obvious that the people protecting him in this thread are related to the suspect of some sort. Naturally just like any family member you would protect your own but I find these people made no comment to the life lost of Amy Fan, which tells me that they themselves are one sided on this view not to mention the comments by "Belle" are completely ludicrous and has no logical point to his/her banter.
I have been following this news for quite sometime now and I would like to state that if over 100 people had mention his name then I highly doubt that all these people coordinated to point the blame at him and if they did, then he surely was not liked at all. Personally I think that he should go to prison for just being a complete idiot because of the obvious evidence that was put against him. Carrying the victims credit card?(which im sure he used) and jewelery? I mean you must be a complete moron to kill someone and then keep the things that will link you to back to the scene.

My regards to the family and friends of Amy. May she rest in peace.

Hang the bastard!!!
John

AOL

#18 Oct 22, 2010
barbara wrote:
I attended the preliminary hearing for Audi Andaya. From what evidence was presented and the testimony of witnesses (including his cousin), there is not a doubt in my mind that Audi was responsible for the death of Amy.
It was crime of opportunity that affected so many lives.
Justice will prevail.
Rest in Peace Amy.

Audi was sentenced to 25yrs to life, if he ever gets out of jail he will be really old. He's got plenty of time to regret, think about and suffer for what he did. I hope this gives Amy's family some closure and relief. RIP Amy.
barbara

Sunnyvale, CA

#19 Oct 22, 2010
I attended the trial.... justice has been served.... he will never again walk the streets as a free man....

If any one reading this knew Amy and would like to speak at Audi's sentencing, it will be held December 14th at 9:00 am.....

Rest in peace Amy, you will never be forgotten...
Anthony

United States

#20 Nov 29, 2010
Audi Andaya has not yet been sentenced. That will happen next month. There is no punishment that will adequately suit this crime. All we can ask is that the convicted killer never again be allowed to walk a free man. Amy is gone forever. We all miss her terribly. The sun doesn't shine as bright anymore.

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