Darlie Routier
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Curious

Grand Prairie, TX

#1 Mar 27, 2011
Why has Darlie routier not been executed yet> It has been 16 years that we have been feeding her and provioding a home for her. Enough is enough. She needs ti be executed.
WOW

United States

#2 Mar 27, 2011
Has it really been that long ago ? I used to work at Lakepointe Medical Center in Rowlett, just a short drive from her home . It was a pretty nice place. Did they sell it ?
It's still pretty shocking that a mother can do such horrid things - to their very own children ! Such a waste.
Curious

Grand Prairie, TX

#3 Mar 28, 2011
WOW wrote:
Has it really been that long ago ? I used to work at Lakepointe Medical Center in Rowlett, just a short drive from her home . It was a pretty nice place. Did they sell it ?
It's still pretty shocking that a mother can do such horrid things - to their very own children ! Such a waste.
. She is a horrible person. I can still remember the photo of her playing with silly string at their gravesites. Bleached hair, false boobs, loaded down with jewelry and having a good old time. talk about taxpayers having to pay for someone's upkeep - this is appalling. She needs to go!!

Since: Dec 08

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#4 Mar 28, 2011
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darlie_Routier

She has maintained her innocence in the case, I think may be why.

It would be bad if they killed her and they were wrong.

They blamed the parents of Jon Benet Ramsey too. I don't think they ever came to a conlusion on that one.
Curious

Grand Prairie, TX

#5 Mar 28, 2011
Grisham wrote:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D arlie_Routier
She has maintained her innocence in the case, I think may be why.
It would be bad if they killed her and they were wrong.
They blamed the parents of Jon Benet Ramsey too. I don't think they ever came to a conlusion on that one.
You could be right. But, I think everyone on death row maintains their innocence. They have executed many who maintained their innocence. I suspect every person on death row is saying, " I didn't do it".

Since: Dec 08

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#6 Mar 28, 2011
Curious wrote:
<quoted text>You could be right. But, I think everyone on death row maintains their innocence. They have executed many who maintained their innocence. I suspect every person on death row is saying, " I didn't do it".
There were 2 that were accused of killing their child and spent 7 years in jail before they were proven innocent.

The sad thing is, if people would have worked together for the truth, it could have spared them a lot more grief than what they already had. They divorced, and missed 7 years with their other kid who lost her entire world.

It really was not that hard to figure out, if they would have just looked for truth instead of guilt.
Curious

Grand Prairie, TX

#7 Mar 28, 2011
Grisham wrote:
<quoted text>There were 2 that were accused of killing their child and spent 7 years in jail before they were proven innocent.
The sad thing is, if people would have worked together for the truth, it could have spared them a lot more grief than what they already had. They divorced, and missed 7 years with their other kid who lost her entire world.
It really was not that hard to figure out, if they would have just looked for truth instead of guilt.
This case has been scrutinized over and over and they still come up with the same verdict. Guilty. If she is innocent, she should be released and have to support herself. If she is guilty, then the punishment should be carried out. The state should not have to support someone for 50 years which might be the case with her, seeing as how she was in her twenties when it happened. JMO

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#8 Mar 28, 2011
Curious wrote:
<quoted text>This case has been scrutinized over and over and they still come up with the same verdict. Guilty. If she is innocent, she should be released and have to support herself. If she is guilty, then the punishment should be carried out. The state should not have to support someone for 50 years which might be the case with her, seeing as how she was in her twenties when it happened. JMO
If my kids would have been the ones that died, I would have opted for death probably and hoped that they would have carried it out as quickly as possible.

Curious

Grand Prairie, TX

#9 Mar 28, 2011
Grisham wrote:
<quoted text>If my kids would have been the ones that died, I would have opted for death probably and hoped that they would have carried it out as quickly as possible.
Agree!

Since: Dec 08

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#10 Mar 28, 2011
Curious wrote:
<quoted text>Agree!
Then again, in the case where the two parents were wrongly accused, I think it was more important that their living child knew the truth, and she was probably their motivation for getting out and clearing their name. For her sake.

Don't you think?
Sunrise

United States

#11 Mar 28, 2011
Grisham wrote:
They blamed the parents of Jon Benet Ramsey too. I don't think they ever came to a conlusion on that one.
Who are the "they" that blammed the parents of Jon Benet Ramsey? I never knew of either of them being charged with anything.
maggie

Paris, TX

#12 Mar 28, 2011
Since there seems to be a wee bit of doubt of Darlie's guilt with some people, I believe, at least, her sentence should be life. Maybe a governor could do it. Can they ? Personally I think she did it, but I never saw all the evidence either. But, I do THINK she did it. Maybe she was over-whelmed with having 3 boys, having a home to keep up, having major money problems, and wanting nice things ( not able to afford what they had). I heard they were about to lose it all, as his business was failing.Depression works in mysterious ways..

Since: Dec 08

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#13 Mar 28, 2011
Sunrise wrote:
<quoted text>Who are the "they" that blammed the parents of Jon Benet Ramsey? I never knew of either of them being charged with anything.
It was public accusation and speculation. Media hype and that sort of thing.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JonBen%C3%A9t_Ra...

Since: Dec 08

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#14 Mar 28, 2011
maggie wrote:
Since there seems to be a wee bit of doubt of Darlie's guilt with some people, I believe, at least, her sentence should be life. Maybe a governor could do it. Can they ? Personally I think she did it, but I never saw all the evidence either. But, I do THINK she did it. Maybe she was over-whelmed with having 3 boys, having a home to keep up, having major money problems, and wanting nice things ( not able to afford what they had). I heard they were about to lose it all, as his business was failing.Depression works in mysterious ways..
It can sure aid in progressing cancer. Isn't that what Patsy Ramsey died of?

Since: Dec 08

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#15 Mar 28, 2011
Curious

Grand Prairie, TX

#16 Mar 28, 2011
maggie wrote:
Since there seems to be a wee bit of doubt of Darlie's guilt with some people, I believe, at least, her sentence should be life. Maybe a governor could do it. Can they ? Personally I think she did it, but I never saw all the evidence either. But, I do THINK she did it. Maybe she was over-whelmed with having 3 boys, having a home to keep up, having major money problems, and wanting nice things ( not able to afford what they had). I heard they were about to lose it all, as his business was failing.Depression works in mysterious ways..
She didn't look depressed at their grave while playing with silly string and chewing gum. A jury found her guilty and they had evidence that we don't . I believe she is guilty as hell and should be put to death.The little boys should be in their early twenties now instead of 6 feet under .
Just an Observation

Irving, TX

#17 Mar 28, 2011
I'd sure hate to see someone put to death because of chewing gum and playing with silly string.
Curious

Grand Prairie, TX

#18 Mar 28, 2011
Just an Observation wrote:
I'd sure hate to see someone put to death because of chewing gum and playing with silly string.
Me too.

Since: Dec 08

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#19 Mar 28, 2011
Speaking of observations, you know what I observed today?

The horrible lying comment about me on the haters thread is still there. I think it was post 15.

On the parody thread, 6bit's posts were removed, on a weekend, however, 6bib's, crisham,and woobles are still there.

It is kind of a strange observation don't you think?
Curious

Grand Prairie, TX

#20 Mar 28, 2011
Grisham wrote:
Speaking of observations, you know what I observed today?
The horrible lying comment about me on the haters thread is still there. I think it was post 15.
On the parody thread, 6bit's posts were removed, on a weekend, however, 6bib's, crisham,and woobles are still there.
It is kind of a strange observation don't you think?
What do you make of it?

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