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More dangerous prisoners bound for Shirley - Sentinel & Enterprise

There are 27 comments on the Sentinel & Enterprise story from Apr 14, 2009, titled More dangerous prisoners bound for Shirley - Sentinel & Enterprise. In it, Sentinel & Enterprise reports that:

By June, most of the state's most dangerous criminals will be housed at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley.

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Fitchburg, MA

#21 Jul 9, 2009
RED wrote:
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you mentioned they all seem to find God...well with all do respect as I am not flaming you, what makes you different in your sin against God...
the difference is my sin is not murder ,****, or violently assaulting someone.

the way I see it, sin is sin...
not if y ou are a Catholic,ever here or mortal sin???
RED

Simpsonville, SC

#22 Jul 10, 2009
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when the crapola hits the fan, they all find God,,its funny how they didnt find Him before the raped and mutilated and tortured the little girl or boy who was their victim,they all should be executed slowly and painfully, just like their victims. You will never get one ounce of sympathy out of me for any of these scumbags, I hope the burn in hell.
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Please realize & understand that I am not saying that these people that cannot or will not control themselves, don't deserve justice...they most certainly do...and I am just as repulsed and mortified at the crimes of some of these people...my point is simply, yeah, Christ was available to them before they did what they did, but they either decided against Him or rejected the idea of divinity at all...their choice...I just have to tell you, please don't continue to hate any of them (not asking you to become a pen pal or anything) just, you aren't hurting them with hate in your heart towards the general convict...in my faith, Jesus said (in the Bible) that hate in your heart is the same as murder...I hope that you have a good day and know that I was not taking lightly the impact and shattering of lives some of these prisoners have caused. Take care.
Funny

Fitchburg, MA

#23 Jul 10, 2009
Bruce W Marien wrote:
As always, we can count on the Sentinel to stir the pot...the facility in Shirely is a MAXIMUM SECURITY level facility and is designed to hold inmates meeting that criteria, thats not news.
If the inmates at the facility want to riot, give them knives and let the fun begin. After a few hours, clean up the bodies...problem solved. Inmates desreve nothing more than a clean set of sheets and 3 meals a day...a prison isn't for babysitting.
Too bad you had to ruin a very factual and reasoned response with the second paragraph. Imagine a nephew in there for lesser reasons being killed by another inmate YOU GAC+VE THE KNIFE TO just for being nearby! I thought you were religious?

Or, do you think the Justice department never gets it wrong?
LOLBama

Maynard, MA

#24 Jul 10, 2009
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AGAIN, the death penalty would free up a lot of space and eliminate overcrowding. I will bet there are LOADS of death sentence applicants in the massachusetts prison system.2 chairs, no waiting!
As long as liberal judges and piliticians keep getting appointed and elected in this one party State the death penalty will never become a reality and heroin dealers will continue to be let go so they can continue their murderous crusade. This state is Pathetic when it comes to it's judicial system and outta be ashamed of itself.

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#25 Jul 10, 2009
Funny wrote:
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Too bad you had to ruin a very factual and reasoned response with the second paragraph. Imagine a nephew in there for lesser reasons being killed by another inmate YOU GAC+VE THE KNIFE TO just for being nearby! I thought you were religious?
Or, do you think the Justice department never gets it wrong?
Hi Funny,

Your correct and my apologies...I just get sick and tired of hearing lawbreakers whine about how they are being mistreated, and I was not very nice with that part of the response.

Point well taken!
FAMM

AOL

#26 Jul 12, 2009
When the Families Against Minimum Mandatory Law PASSES, then there will be plenty of room for the hard core criminals. The state will save taxpayers money for housing the REAL BAD CRIMINALS and there will and should be a lot of free loading correctional officers in the unemployment line with other taxpayers. JUSTICE IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER. I for one am sick of paying for these first time non violent criminals and the repeat offenders that commint crimes just to have a free room, food and medical because they are homeless. The ones that BELONG there for repeat offenses and serious crimes are the ones we will be supporting for life.
A Republican

Fitchburg, MA

#27 Jul 13, 2009
Bruce W Marien wrote:
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Hi Funny,
Your correct and my apologies...I just get sick and tired of hearing lawbreakers whine about how they are being mistreated, and I was not very nice with that part of the response.
Point well taken!
Good enough. I agree they should not be country clubs either. Just avoiding the broad brush, people aren't good or evil, there is an in between.

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