91 out-of-state killers paroled here

91 out-of-state killers paroled here

There are 15 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Nov 3, 2006, titled 91 out-of-state killers paroled here. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

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Rodney White

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Nov 3, 2006
HOW MANY PEOPLE DO YOU HAVE TO KILL BEFORE YOU'RE PUT AWAY FOR GOOD!!!!!THANKS KANSAS!!!!!!!!!!
Larry Cup

United States

#2 Nov 3, 2006
He has murdered two innocent children and he is still walking on this earth. Send him to Texas and let them needle him, so he will not hurt another child.
mike h

Hilo, HI

#3 Nov 3, 2006
J. David Donahue commented that there was no indication of this (killing) on the horizon, and shrugs it of by saying it would be nice if we could predict the future. Since I am no math wiz, can anyone tell me, how many people would Rouse need to slaughter with a knife, for people like Donahue to predict future behavior, or at least get a clue?
You should be ashamed, Mr. Donahue>
AF Veteran

United States

#4 Nov 3, 2006
Whatever happened to "kill someone and either get the death penalty or life." I guess killing another human being isn't a major crime anymore.
are we that hard up

United States

#5 Nov 3, 2006
that we have to have private prisons trucking in the baddest of the bad--the first papragraph of this article says it all. It's like a nation-wide game of prosoner Monoply--I'll trade you one murderer for two rapists - This we don't need. We can't clean up our own prisons and inmates---what we were thinking to let that happen?
concerned

Arcadia, IN

#6 Nov 3, 2006
Larry Cup wrote:
He has murdered two innocent children and he is still walking on this earth. Send him to Texas and let them needle him, so he will not hurt another child.
ok "LarryCup" i'm with ya but there's other places we could send him too, like Washington, Delaware and New Hampshire where we could hang him or...Idaho,Oklahoma,and Utah all still have that lovely firing squad we could use! this guy is sick and isn't going to change! we have these laws and things still in the books and don't use um!
sad and sickend

Indianapolis, IN

#7 Nov 3, 2006
Wow. So this is definetly not gonna help my voting situation for a prosecuter. Im disgusted by all this. Who in the world lets someone off after 26 years for murdering a child!? a human?! What the hell is wrong wirth you people. Its so obvious, allthat matters to you is your next, vote, your money, and your pathetic campaigns.
Laurie

Freetown, IN

#8 Nov 3, 2006
Kansas did NOT just pick Indiana to send him to. Most of you missed that in the article, he was paroled. He asked to move to Indiana because his brother was going to help him get on his feet. My issue with the whole thing is "Why did Kansas parole him" We need some sort of a registry so an average citizen like myself can find out of an idiot like him lives next door.
Chris

United States

#9 Nov 3, 2006
I WOULD SAY THAT THIS PROBRAM FOR CONVICTED MURDERERS/CRIMINALS ISN'T WORKING. IF SOMEONE IS BEING 'SUPERVISED ADEQUATELY" AND YET THEY ARE ABLE TO KILL, OBVIOUSLY THEY SHOULDN'T BE LET OUT OF PRISON. AND IF THERE IS NO DOUBT THAT SOME OF THESE PEOPLE ARE GOING TO KILL AGAIN WHO IN THEIR RIGHT MIND WOULD WANT TO TAKE THE CHANCE OF LETTING ANDY MURDERER OUT OF PRISON. IT IS INSANE. "There's no doubt some of these people will re-offend," said Don Blackburn, executive director of the Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision. "But it sounds like this guy was being supervised adequately." IT SOUNDS LIKE THIS DON BLACKBURN IS A COMPLETE MORON.
never surprised

Winamac, IN

#10 Nov 3, 2006
mike h wrote:
J. David Donahue commented that there was no indication of this (killing) on the horizon, and shrugs it of by saying it would be nice if we could predict the future. Since I am no math wiz, can anyone tell me, how many people would Rouse need to slaughter with a knife, for people like Donahue to predict future behavior, or at least get a clue?
You should be ashamed, Mr.Donahue>
Has anyone noticed that when Gov Daniels came into office Indiana had a severe problem with prison overcrowding, and now there are so many empty prison beds he is now importing felons from out of state (gee, I wonder where all those empty beds came from). I guess Donahue is a real miracle worker.
stephanie Norman

Bloomington, IN

#11 Nov 3, 2006
This is an ongoing oversite by the state and the criminal justice system this article hurt me to my heart because it took 10years for this to be addressed. A killer from Ohio was paroled to IN family members with in a year of his release from prison he stabbed my mother to death. The State did nothing to comfort us or correct the problem.
new york

Indianapolis, IN

#12 Nov 3, 2006
are you seriously telling me that this piece of schmuck has family? you have to be kidding me ok who screwed up this time?
Margaret of Indiana

Plainfield, IN

#13 Nov 3, 2006
The only way a parole officer can prevent a twisted offender from reoffending is to hand cuff the offender to the parole officer. Of course, you would need to hire a parole officer for every two parolees--one for each wrist. Since the favorite phrase circulating among parole board spokespeople is themed around "not able to predict the future", then the parole board needs to error on the side of public safety. Where is the injustice in keeping a person with a life sentence in prison? Just say no.
Margaret of Indiana

Plainfield, IN

#14 Nov 3, 2006
new york wrote:
are you seriously telling me that this piece of schmuck has family? you have to be kidding me ok who screwed up this time?
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree; the family that volunteered to take him came from the same environment he did. Who would bring a child killer into their home, their neighborhood, other than a family member that accepts weirdos? Why would anyone think living with relatives and a job would be enough to keep a vicious animal like this from reofffending. All sociopaths have families and many of them have jobs.
court traveler

United States

#15 Nov 3, 2006
Yeah, it's obvious that the parole system doesn't work at all, but as many have already said: How in the he!l does a sick-o who slit a little 5-year-old boy's throat and repeatedly stabbed his mother get paroled in the first place?

I'll probably catch some flak for this but if, as the story indicates, the guy already has confessed to killing the girl, don't waste taxpayer money keeping him alive in any prison. He doesn't deserve to live, after killing two people who lived on this Earth for only a combined 21 years. KH.

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