He's 14 -- but could get life

Corey Steplight spends 21 hours a day alone in his 11-by-7-foot cell at the Orange County Jail. Full Story
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fred

Oldsmar, FL

#1 Apr 15, 2007
stop wasting tax payers money, fry'm....next idiot please stand up.
fred

Oldsmar, FL

#2 Apr 15, 2007
Now let's go to the guy that held up the lady in her 60's WORKING FOR A LIVING at a small store.
In the report it says no one would hire him. Bet he dropped out of school, wears clothes 3 times his size, cannot read or write. Yep... I would be the first in line to hire this brain surgeon.
He caused the probem and didn't want a murder charge on his rap sheet. fry'm...next idiot please stand up.
Florida Native

Nashville, TN

#3 Apr 15, 2007
Ruby Steplight my prayers are with you. You did your best I am sure. I know it is very hard to watch someone you love self destruct and you had no help. There are so many children in today society that are having to be raised by Grandparents because the Parents are on drugs, in prison or for whatever reason have no concern as to what their children are doing or what they go through. Although it is a very sad situation, when someone takes the life of another innocent victim, no matter the age they need to be held accountable. Where is the Mother now...still out with her mouth stuff to a crack pipe somewhere...she needs to look at what she has done to her children and needs to be charded right along with him.
fred

Oldsmar, FL

#4 Apr 15, 2007
Florida Native wrote:
Ruby Steplight my prayers are with you. You did your best I am sure. I know it is very hard to watch someone you love self destruct and you had no help. There are so many children in today society that are having to be raised by Grandparents because the Parents are on drugs, in prison or for whatever reason have no concern as to what their children are doing or what they go through. Although it is a very sad situation, when someone takes the life of another innocent victim, no matter the age they need to be held accountable. Where is the Mother now...still out with her mouth stuff to a crack pipe somewhere...she needs to look at what she has done to her children and needs to be charded right along with him.
I agree, Ruby you should be awarded for putting up with such a youngster and not to be able to live your older years with smiles. Shame on them and God bless you!
bouledoux1

Orlando, FL

#5 Apr 15, 2007
I am playing the world's smallest violin. Keep in mind you can die equally as well from a bite from a little snake as you can from a big one. I think it's great we caught this little snake before he bit too many others.. There are a lot more out there that are already past the point of turning around that we'd best face up to the fact that aren't going toever be rehabilitated because they have already rotted. You cannot un-rot an apple and especially putting it back into the box it came out of (home) where it got rotten to start with isn't going to help it get fresh again.
fred

Oldsmar, FL

#6 Apr 15, 2007
Off the wall comments...from 'Florida native, she wrote "needs to be charded", were you thinking over coals or charbroiled.
Bouledoux1...I can understand your poetry with the snakes and apples. But where does the violin fit in?
cristina

Rockford, MI

#7 Apr 15, 2007
....remove this kid....forever.....what a piece of dirt!!!!!! get rid of him before he reproduces!!!
fred

Oldsmar, FL

#8 Apr 15, 2007
bouledoux1 wrote:
I am playing the world's smallest violin. Keep in mind you can die equally as well from a bite from a little snake as you can from a big one. I think it's great we caught this little snake before he bit too many others.. There are a lot more out there that are already past the point of turning around that we'd best face up to the fact that aren't going toever be rehabilitated because they have already rotted. You cannot un-rot an apple and especially putting it back into the box it came out of (home) where it got rotten to start with isn't going to help it get fresh again.
Never mind, I thought about it and got your meaning.
Good poets are hard to come by, I wish you well on your words of wisdom and may they reward you tons of wealth. I take it I won't be running from you with yourself dressed in a hooded jacket in the middled of summer will I:-}
owell

Lady Lake, FL

#9 Apr 15, 2007
Im glad hes gettin life , More work for me
fred

Oldsmar, FL

#10 Apr 15, 2007
cristina wrote:
....remove this kid....forever.....what a piece of dirt!!!!!! get rid of him before he reproduces!!!
From living here in what used to be a beautiful place to live and meeting hundreds of people I'm sorry to say most of them have come from Mich. and N.Y. They have multiplied so much they are killing and stealing from each other. Fresh meat here. Guess I'll have to move up there, should be getting by nice now.
kb homes suck

AOL

#11 Apr 15, 2007
those dog on fancy rims, why do these black guys fell like they need rims on there car ...i have seen 5,000 rims on a 1,500 car...i love it when i see these really expensive cars rimmed up and in front or a run down apt. complex.....heres some advice take that money and put it towards a house , townhouse, a condo...like jay z said iam a grown up for real, no chrome on the wheels....Corey i hope you spend the rest of your life in jail..you punk
fred

Oldsmar, FL

#12 Apr 15, 2007
owell wrote:
Im glad hes gettin life , More work for me
No worries dude, he never worked!
KDC

United States

#13 Apr 15, 2007
He's a burden on society...exterminate him.
fred

Oldsmar, FL

#14 Apr 15, 2007
kb homes suck wrote:
those dog on fancy rims, why do these black guys fell like they need rims on there car ...i have seen 5,000 rims on a 1,500 car...i love it when i see these really expensive cars rimmed up and in front or a run down apt. complex.....heres some advice take that money and put it towards a house , townhouse, a condo...like jay z said iam a grown up for real, no chrome on the wheels....Corey i hope you spend the rest of your life in jail..you punk
Well said, cased closed, next idiot please stand up.
Robert K

AOL

#15 Apr 15, 2007
Maybe we should put him in a youth home so we can rehabilitate him? I dont think so! 14 or not, he will have many more victims in his life if he is allowed to go free some day. Protect society and lock him up for life.
FHL

Safety Harbor, FL

#16 Apr 15, 2007
This is a good article. I live in the area and heard the shots that night when he murdered the guy. 4-5 shots in rapid succession right at 9pm. There are plent more kids just like this in the area. Not 50, not 100, more like a thousand... on drugs, uneducated and looking to kill someone... and they will.
JLB

Orlando, FL

#17 Apr 15, 2007
My heart goes out to Ruby and the family of the victims, Ruby, I am sure you did your best, but I do not want your Gson to see the day of light, I agree with the apple guy. Once bad always bad maybe your gson can do something good in jail when he hears the music, many lifers tend to become advocates for kids and maybe he can save a life next time around instead of taking the life. God Bless you Rudy
pudbert_Savannah GA

Flint, MI

#18 Apr 15, 2007
This supports my theory on Norplanting young people to keep them from breeding until they show they are capable of feeding, housing, counseling, etc. the child(ren). This mother?(birth giver) has probably sentenced her child to hell, or at least a punk in prison for life,, because she knew she could get money for crack by having kids. Our liberal feel-bad society promotes this money for breeding mind-set and we will continue to see MORE of this instead of less until we stop rewarding drug addicted mothers with irresponsible breeding. OK liberals, now call me a Nazi like you love to do. And tell me nobody has the right to say who can breed or who can't.
fred

Oldsmar, FL

#19 Apr 15, 2007
Robert K wrote:
Maybe we should put him in a youth home so we can rehabilitate him? I dont think so! 14 or not, he will have many more victims in his life if he is allowed to go free some day. Protect society and lock him up for life.
What concept, then we can feed him 3 nurishing meals a day, shower him with warm water and give him law books to read to free himself. No problem...you pay for it.
JLB

Orlando, FL

#20 Apr 15, 2007
fred wrote:
Off the wall comments...from 'Florida native, she wrote "needs to be charded", were you thinking over coals or charbroiled.
Bouledoux1...I can understand your poetry with the snakes and apples. But where does the violin fit in?
I think the violin means no sympathy for his child hood

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