Former Plastic Surgeon Christ Koulis Found Dead - ...

A former Nashville plastic surgeon convicted in the death of his model girlfriend has died Friday morning. Full Story
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Abraham Lincoln

West Enfield, ME

#65 Nov 17, 2012
Angelmm wrote:
I Cant stand morons like you who just jabber off at the mouth without realizing what the hell they are saying, He was convicted of negligent homicide , HE WAS LOOKING AT 2 YEARS TOPS!!!!! the worst part of it is that this "girlfriend" is a raging ADDICT!!!! so spare me the bs that she was innocent , im not saying what he was doing was not wrong , but it wasnt like he forced her for christ sake!!! she wanted to get high , and when you inject drugs you run the risk of dying, when addicts see a doctor they see a another way to feed the addiction,,,,,so please spare me the innocent princess routine , she is just another victim of addiction and this moron doctor got off on it , just like SHE DID.....wake up
Oh wow, someone from the crank town of Springfield giving advice on right and wrong. Koulis misinformed the ER and EMT staff about the medical condition of his sex slave. Perhaps they could have saved her if he told the truth. Unfortunately Koulis was a self-serving coward, much like you 'Angel'. I hope you wind up in the same Hell that douchebag Koulis will spend an eternity in.

Venlo, Netherlands

#66 Sep 11, 2013
She would have died anyway. SHE choose to inject or be injected with drugs. She is the one who was high out of her mind on the video, not him. He was there at the wrong place at the wrong time. The guilt must have destroyed him inside, that's why he probably relapsed on opiates. And opiates are very hard to resist especially in stressful situations. Let the man rest in peace.


#67 Monday Dec 8
Bryan wrote:
I saw this story on dateline on ID. I have seen other cases like this where a blatant sociopath cons his or her way out of a life or death sentence. The random 12 people these hick states pick are pathetic. They must all be simpletons; never knowing when someone is saying what they think YOU WANT to hear. I suspect half of these schmucks are either obsessive Catholics or repulsive Mormons. If this case was tried in New York or the Tri state area, where we have more experience with sociopaths and liars, and drugs, he would have been convicted of first degree murder. It is states and people like the jurors and the advocates of this horrifying creature named Koulis that give our judicial system a bad name. I contend that a 10 year old child could follow the facts in this case more closely and astutely than you SOBs. Actually, a brain dead computer could give you a better probability of guilt than you in-breeders.
Let's face it, no one wants to be responsible for putting a man to death for something you didn't yourself witness. But that it what society asks of us when another member of our society commits a crime. It is a small price to pay for all our freedoms.
Another thing, man of you mid westerners believe that it is not the job of the state/court to punish people. But that is EXACTLY what it is for! We punish people to make EXAMPLES out of them, in order to DISSUADE others from doing similar crimes! You people need to wake up, our society is festering from within because of your lack of conviction in convicting!
I love it when people rant about how ignorant a person on population is an expose their own ignorance in the same post. Tennessee has the lowest amount of Catholic of any U.S. state. New York and the surrounding areas actually have the highest number of Catholics. The number of Mormons in Tennessee is less than 1%. So I'm afraid your suspicion of "half of these schmucks beign either obsessive Catholics or repulsive Mormons" is highly unlikely. You are making some broad sweeping statements about a segment of the U.S. population that you obviously don't know anything about. In the future, before you call people "simpletons" or "schmucks", you might want to check yourself.:)

Besides in the dateline story you watched, the members of the jury said why they gave the lower charge and it didn't have anything to do with religious beliefs. They felt that he probably did have more to do with her drug taking than he was admitting but there just wasn't enough proof. That's how our court system works, on proof. So I don't think you can blame the jury for that.

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