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#21 Sep 29, 2012
Sue Nammi wrote:
If he was supposedly such a stud hockey player why couldnt he even make the UC roster?
I'm guessing she dumped him> and he couldn't handle it. he looks like a roided Juicehead and he went into a rage.
His facebook page is now taken down. By the one pic on there before, you can see this kid could easily beat a female to death with his hockey fighting fists.
Word.
he's a walking dead man now.
Kim

United States

#22 Sep 29, 2012
I don't care how good he was at hockey. I care about a beautiful young girl with tons of promise that was brutally murdered. Where was brockport security? Let him rot in jail for the rest of his sorry life. Shame on the newspaper for praising this mOnster.
Sue Nammi

Rochester, NY

#23 Sep 29, 2012
Also, the OD published his Hockey accomplishments, because that is ALL they have or know about him.
They hadn't released Ms. Kogut's name yet publicly, so they dont have much more to report on that. When they do, they will talk about all the great things SHE has done too.
They want to show that it's not just what you perceived to be low life thug/scum who are capable of murder. It's not just Corn Hill residents who do it, but also people who maybe be affluent or come from New Hartford. Even the people who were great Jocks, had many friends, or seemed like they had the world by the tail.
Many "rich" or "succesful" people have killed people. OJ Simpson, Ted Kennedy, his cousin Michael Skakel, Phil Spector, Robert Blake, Matthew Broderick, Brandy, Rae Carruth, former first lady Laura Bush.
This is usually out of the norm, and the paper will run with any info it has.

If you had said last week that this Wittemore kid was capable of murder and the victim would be Ms. Kogut, I'd bet the overwhelming majority of his friends or those who knew him would tell you absolutely no way. People have no idea what other people, no matter how close, are capable of or what goes thru their minds.
Sue Nammi

Rochester, NY

#24 Sep 29, 2012
i_m_watching wrote:
<quoted text>
Word.
he's a walking dead man now.
How so? NY doesnt have the Death Penalty. We dont know all the particulars on this case yet, it's too early to do anything but speculate. But that's what people will do, me included.
Fed up with Creeps

Rochester, NY

#25 Sep 29, 2012
He should have stayed in Florida. In Florida you can kill someone and be out of prison in a year. But up here....he's going down. Does he even go to Brockport? My sympathy to Alex's family.
Sarge

Utica, NY

#26 Sep 29, 2012
I will never read or buy the OD again what a disgrace.
billy

Everett, MA

#27 Sep 29, 2012
buddy wrote:
Shame on the OD! The article about Clayton Whittemore is simply appauling. Stop singing his praises as a hockey star. Let' put things in prospective ... he was a hockey star in high school 3 years later he has arrests in Florida and brutally murderedand innocent beautiful girl with a full life ahead of her. He is a monster- notherin positive nothing more!!!!
thought it was odd that the od would do a story like the way they did
Valley News

Syracuse, NY

#28 Sep 29, 2012
Such a tragedy! Where is the victim from? There are Koguts right around here. My sincere condolences to her family.
Really

Clinton, MA

#29 Sep 29, 2012
Former NH resident wrote:
As a friend of Clayton's family, and former resident of New Hartford, I would think sympathy would go out to BOTH families. It is a horrific incident for both families. May God be with both families. And the OD is just doing their job.
A murder is not an "incident." How dare you lessen his actions by calling it an incident.
buddy

Watertown, NY

#30 Sep 29, 2012
Clayton did not go to Brockport. I heard he also beat the room mate unconscious.

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#31 Sep 29, 2012
Sue Nammi wrote:
<quoted text>
How so? NY doesnt have the Death Penalty. We dont know all the particulars on this case yet, it's too early to do anything but spec86ulate. But that's what people will do, me included.
He will NEVER walk free again.
Former NH resident

Hamburg, NY

#32 Sep 29, 2012
I agree that the young man did wrong. That is a given. And for an innocent life to be taken, well, my heart is broken. My daughter new the girl who was killed. And I have another child who was friends with Clayton. I just think that people should not judge until the facts are all out there and that sympathy should go to BOTH families. The girls parents are grieving for sure, as is Clayton's family. How could this have happened? How could he have done this? How could she be gone...? As I stated prior. May God be with BOTH families. I am not choosing sides. I feel for both families.
Anonymous

New York, NY

#33 Sep 29, 2012
Before everyone goes and attacks someone you have never met why don't you calm down and clue into your own screwed up lives. Clayton may have been aressted in Florida last year, but for the same reason many of your own children will be in the future; drinking. He is a good kid that was dealt a troubled hand, and none of us get to choose it. Is it a justifiable way to deal with yor anger, absolutely not. And for that I feel immensely for her family, a parents worst nightmare. However, have some empathy for his family as well, extremely kind and loving, who do not deserve to deal with backlash on top of their own grief.

And ps who gives a piss about the OD we all know they have sucked for years. So either stop reading or stop bitching.
Sue Nammi

Rochester, NY

#34 Sep 29, 2012
Kim wrote:
I don't care how good he was at hockey. I care about a beautiful young girl with tons of promise that was brutally murdered. Where was brockport security? Let him rot in jail for the rest of his sorry life. Shame on the newspaper for praising this mOnster.
Security is NOT in every student's dorm room, nor hallway, or even dorm building. It's NOT possible. There is no report or call made to security of them fighting or arguing. Allegedly her room mate was beaten unconscious, but no calls made by suitemates or those on her hall. Security was alerted by her Mom, who was concerned.
Former NH resident

Hamburg, NY

#35 Sep 29, 2012
Really wrote:
<quoted text>
A murder is not an "incident." How dare you lessen his actions by calling it an incident.
I am not trying to lesson the young man's actions by referring to what happened as an "incident". Until all facts are out there for public consumption, I referred to it as an incident. I have children who attended school with both these young people, and were friends with both of them. My words are not meant to lesson or harm either family, and I am not choosing sides. I am just looking at it from both sides. One family lost an innocent, sweet, kind girl - as she was described to me, and in a horrific way that should have never happened! The other family will lose their son to prison- if he is found guilty of this crime. I dare not speculate on our justice sysmtem. And I would never lesson the act of murder intentionally. Sorry if I offended you os anyone else posting on this site.
Former NH resident

Hamburg, NY

#36 Sep 29, 2012
Anonymous wrote:
Before everyone goes and attacks someone you have never met why don't you calm down and clue into your own screwed up lives. Clayton may have been aressted in Florida last year, but for the same reason many of your own children will be in the future; drinking. He is a good kid that was dealt a troubled hand, and none of us get to choose it. Is it a justifiable way to deal with yor anger, absolutely not. And for that I feel immensely for her family, a parents worst nightmare. However, have some empathy for his family as well, extremely kind and loving, who do not deserve to deal with backlash on top of their own grief.
And ps who gives a piss about the OD we all know they have sucked for years. So either stop reading or stop bitching.
AMEN!
buddy

Watertown, NY

#37 Sep 29, 2012
lots of people are dealt bad hands in life. No excuses for what he did!!!
Heather M

Pleasantville, NY

#38 Sep 29, 2012
Who cares about this man's hockey record????????? Sickening!
Former NH resident

Saratoga Springs, NY

#39 Sep 29, 2012
SO very Sad for Alex to have her life taken. Prayers go out to her family... heartborken for them.
As far as th OD's coverage....who cares what This kid did in High school! His Hockey career is trivial now. The OD should have shown more respect for Alex, her family and friends.
She's gone from this world and they're quoting old hockey stats of her murderer...
that's cold.
Kim

United States

#40 Sep 29, 2012
Yes, but they are in the building. Joe can this happen but no one hears a thing?

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