Lancaster man kills sister, ex-wife, ...

Lancaster man kills sister, ex-wife, then himself police say

There are 27 comments on the LA Daily News story from Jan 25, 2010, titled Lancaster man kills sister, ex-wife, then himself police say. In it, LA Daily News reports that:

A Lancaster man went on a killing rampage early Monday, killing his sister and then gunning down his ex-wife in front of their 9-year-old daughter before turning the gun on himself, a Los Angeles sheriff's spokesman said.

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Dallas, TX

#24 Jan 27, 2010
I am so glad I got out Lancaster! I realize there is crime everywhere, but Lancaster seems to have a whole rash of dog turds that feel the need to wipe out an entire family on a random Tuesday. Personally, I believe it's my duty to protect myself and my children. I would take my chances with the law and carry a sawed-off shotgun in an over sized purse/backpack if I was being threatened or stalked. "Better to be tried by 12 than carried by six".
I'm glad the turd took himself out too. I feel sorry for the rest of the family.
I believe the main issue in California is the fact that we teach these dog t*rds it's everyone else's fault that they are a stupid loser. It's everyone else's fault they commit crimes and are uneducated. I found an article that reflects this way of thinking that have the good people running scared and the criminals running the state into the ground:
ACLU is suing Lancaster youth probation camp
Full story: LA Daily News
In one case, a young man who spent most of his teen years in Los Angeles County probation camps was awarded a high school diploma - despite the fact he couldn't read or write.

Lancaster, CA

#25 Jan 27, 2010
Ex-Cali Girl wrote:
You are all insensitive!! What about the 9year old child who saw her father murder her own mother in front of her? This poor child faces a lifetime of counseling, and she will never get over it. Where is your compassion?
same here.
WhatHasTheWorldC omeTo

Jay, ME

#26 Jan 27, 2010
Trailer Trash wrote:
<quoted text>Who's being insensitive now? The little girl also lost a father who obviously had some emotional issues he was unable to solve on his own. You should include the family of this deranged young man who also lost a son in a very violent manner. Let's all forgive him for his transgressions and sit around singing Kumbaya while we hug and tell everyone it's going to be okay. Poor mentally ill man, ex wife probably drove him to financial ruin and his sister was probably constantly nagging him. It is after all the only thing women are good at, nagging and being a pain in every mans life. How's that for insensitive? Now get over here and blow me.
This man's "financially ruining ex-wife" happens to be my cousin. Why don't you think of other people before you go spewing your ignorance all over the internet!
Jared candivia

United States

#27 Jan 28, 2010
Ill bet anything that drugs were involved. Seems like thats all people do down there. Thats why I moved!
I feel bad for their kid...witnessing something like that is horrible, and will never be erased. More the reason why law enforcement should crack down on drug users, they don't realize how much it affects EVERYONE.
I can't think of any other reason why someone would have this much anger/emotion unless it was drug related. They should have taken the child of the drug family sooner. It's selfish "Bio" parents that keep drugs around their kids. my "bio dad" was in jail for drugs when I was first born and tried to come back into my life after he was clean and it never was the same. To this day I still don't talk to him or have a relationship with him. he just made things worse by trying to come back into my life...good intentions or not. I hadnt seen my dad since
I was 2, then when I was 6 he got clean...but my mother had remarried and I had a new dad who was a great dad for me...I didnt need
another one forcing me and my brother back into court and custody battles all the time between my mother...I HATED having to visit my dad, I put on a smiling face but I didnt want to know my dad...someone who could do drugs which was more important than me and my brother...thats why I bet my bottom dollar that drugs were involved. Im sure
to some aspect in both parties. Drug users should NOT have children and a parent should do anything to get their child away from that...People are stupid and don't realize how drugs have a lasting effect on their children.
Again it isnt stated that it was drug related but I have no doubts. I dont see how someone could do this unless they were on something...It is so blessed that the child was not hurt
in the situation and authorities need to check the family out and put her in the safest and best environment for her because as of now her life is ruined. She's going to need massive therapy and a good stable home with a LOVING family.
Although I don't know how she'll be comfortable with anyone now... What an EVIL and selfish person this must've been. I will keep
her in my prayers...Children are the only innocent ones.
I feel sorry for all children who are forced to be associated with parents in these c..
it doesn't lead to a happy relationship and CAN lead to tragedies like this. IF a bio parent really cared they would step back and let their kids live HAPPY lives without them...yes it is possible. Bio parents
are not a necessity. IF the kid wants to know you they'll find a way. Especially if the parents come in and out. It hurts a kid more than it saves them.
Why not just leave them alone and let them live their lives? I dont know these ppl or even if drugs were involved. its a safe assumption. And in cases like these they're NEVER one sided. I dont believe that it was all the murderers fault. It'd be interesting to have the ex wife investigated.

Palmdale, CA

#28 Jan 28, 2010
Left on 47 wrote:
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Your name says it all. Trash
You are exactly what your name says. "TRAILER TRASH" obviously you need some help. How insensitie can a person be!!!!
Anywhere not only AV

Palmdale, CA

#29 Jan 28, 2010
csu wrote:
<quoted text>northridge is just a more expensive ghetto
I agree, I have been to northridge. Nothing to brag about
Jared Candivia

United States

#31 Jan 28, 2010
I am a minister from Sand Cny. and I want to establish that once again mine and my congregations prayers are with the family and the child as well as the lost souls.

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