Should Christopher Allman recieve the...

Should Christopher Allman recieve the death penalty?

Created by Justice Seekers on Jun 19, 2012

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Justice Seekers

Jamestown, KY

#1 Jun 19, 2012
Weigh in Russell County.
Opinionated

Lexington, KY

#2 Jun 19, 2012
As someone that has had a family member murdered and never received justice, I feel anyone who takes a life should receive the death penalty!
RsKy

Jamestown, KY

#3 Jun 19, 2012
If he is guilty of what the TV/Radio news say he has done, Yes
Melissa

Versailles, KY

#4 Jun 19, 2012
RsKy wrote:
If he is guilty of what the TV/Radio news say he has done, Yes
Well why would he admit to it if he didnt do it when he was arrested ....If I didnt do it then I wouldn't admit to it . But I wouldn't admit to it and then plead not guilty. So to me he should get the death penalty .......
nojoke

United States

#5 Jun 19, 2012
Yes he should, slow painful death maybe
Oneidjack

United States

#10 Jun 20, 2012
It warms the one remaining cockle of my heart to see the Old Testament God of wrath and vengeance damnation is alive and well in Russell County.
go figure

Russell Springs, KY

#11 Jun 20, 2012
Oneidjack wrote:
It warms the one remaining cockle of my heart to see the Old Testament God of wrath and vengeance damnation is alive and well in Russell County.
114 churches and so much sin, denial, hipocrisy and the highest cancer death rates in the United States!
Totally Stunned

Casey, IL

#12 Jun 20, 2012
Yes I believe he should very much so!! Just look at what he has did to this family!!
frie him or

Ford City, PA

#13 Jun 20, 2012
tie down put vice grips tight on ten fingers
next day remove to toes
next frie him
datahaza

United States

#14 Jun 20, 2012
With all the appeals and stays, if he gets the death penalty he will more than likely die of old age first. Mean time, he has place to sleep, something to eat and medical care at taxpayers expense.
a true christian

United States

#15 Jun 20, 2012
Dear one eyed Jack, welcome to the 21st century and new testament times. If we were Jewish and lived before Christ came then your statement would be true but times have changed. I strongly suggest you read the new testament and learn some of the teachings of Jesus like love being the strongest commandment .I know he also teaches about forgiveness and how Christians are to behave. I'll pray that you not only learn about Jesus but that you accept him into your heart and that you actively learn about him by reading the bible. If your going to call yourself a Christian you should act it and not talk it.
Oneidjack wrote:
It warms the one remaining cockle of my heart to see the Old Testament God of wrath and vengeance damnation is alive and well in Russell County.
info

Clarkson, KY

#16 Jun 20, 2012
go figure wrote:
<quoted text>114 churches and so much sin, denial, hipocrisy and the highest cancer death rates in the United States!
Well I'm sure you went out and counted each one to be sure your data was accurate, as well as collecting information to support your claims of "so much" sin, denial, and hypocrisy (if you're going to use a word, learn to spell it at the very least). I'm also curious as to your very random inclusion of cancer death rates. Care to tell where you got this information? A group that actually has data on such things, the National Cancer Institute, places Russell County at 197 deaths per 100,000 people in the 2005-2009 time period. While this is higher than the national average of 178.7, it still ranks lower than the majority of counties in Kentucky. Sorry to bore you with actual facts...
GOLF PRO

Elk Horn, KY

#17 Jun 20, 2012
good advice true christian, now go tell it to the myriad of hypocrites that make up russell co. I have not seen one person in russell co. that you could truely call a christian, not one. Most Churches in russell co. consist of several families to one church and are all for show and social events. I will say, however, that I can't say anything bad about the catholic church in jamestown, they always try to help the community.
Justice Seekers

Russell Springs, KY

#18 Jun 20, 2012
People, please. Not one option to vote has ANY religious overtones. The four available are the only ones applicable. This is sad and hurtful no matter what happens. Please, let's refrain from all this bickering and arguing. It helps nothing.
Just sayin

Russell Springs, KY

#19 Jun 20, 2012
I'm sure most of you crying for the death penalty would have had his mother's head had she wanted an abortion while he was in the womb. Let the justice work or not work, either way it still works. Let Sarah Hart rest in peace and let her family mourn. His punishment is not their top concern I am sure. For they are good Christian folks and they know that vengeance is mine thus saith the Lord.
a true christian

United States

#20 Jun 20, 2012
I cant make any sense of what is written below.
Please clarify.
Justice Seekers wrote:
People, please. Not one option to vote has ANY religious overtones. The four available are the only ones applicable. This is sad and hurtful no matter what happens. Please, let's refrain from all this bickering and arguing. It helps nothing.
info

Elizabethtown, KY

#21 Jun 20, 2012
GOLF PRO wrote:
good advice true christian, now go tell it to the myriad of hypocrites that make up russell co. I have not seen one person in russell co. that you could truely call a christian, not one. Most Churches in russell co. consist of several families to one church and are all for show and social events. I will say, however, that I can't say anything bad about the catholic church in jamestown, they always try to help the community.
And you are, of course, one to judge. What do you think a Christian is, knowing everything there is to know about it.
info

Elizabethtown, KY

#22 Jun 20, 2012
a true christian wrote:
Dear one eyed Jack, welcome to the 21st century and new testament times. If we were Jewish and lived before Christ came then your statement would be true but times have changed. I strongly suggest you read the new testament and learn some of the teachings of Jesus like love being the strongest commandment .I know he also teaches about forgiveness and how Christians are to behave. I'll pray that you not only learn about Jesus but that you accept him into your heart and that you actively learn about him by reading the bible. If your going to call yourself a Christian you should act it and not talk it.
<quoted text>
Did you think one eyed jack was calling himself a Christian?
GOLF PRO

Elk Horn, KY

#23 Jun 20, 2012
a christian is someone who LIVES their life like a christian, and just doesn't act like one on sunday. You know, kind of like you are doing now info.
Justice Seekers

Russell Springs, KY

#24 Jun 20, 2012
a true christian wrote:
I cant make any sense of what is written below.
Please clarify.
<quoted text>
Please re-read some of the posts, examples like the two above.

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