Murder Defendant Was Out On Bail -- C...

Murder Defendant Was Out On Bail -- Courant.com

There are 43 comments on the Hartford Courant story from Oct 4, 2007, titled Murder Defendant Was Out On Bail -- Courant.com. In it, Hartford Courant reports that:

The East Windsor man charged with the fatal stabbing Sept. 29 of a teen at an East Granby campsite was out on bail at the time on charges of beating a man with a stick in March over a failed drug deal, court ...

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butane

Wethersfield, CT

#1 Oct 4, 2007
The future looks bad if only idiots like this guy are breeding.

More trouble over pot (that should be legal) if people only knew how much drama and stupid stuff happens over marijuana... so much that goes unreported.

From what I gathered form the victims myspace profile, he enjoyed smoking pot. I wonder if the stabbing/fight could be related to that.
paul

Storrs Mansfield, CT

#2 Oct 4, 2007
another thugs kid the taxpayers will be supporting while he's honing his criminal ways in prison,i figure this guy will get 5 to 10,and then move on to the parole game where he can really hit the big time,,,watch this guy you'll hear the name again....
I think

Andover, CT

#3 Oct 4, 2007
there is a song by Pink Floyd that states aptly about this occurance. It is "Another Brick in the Wall".

Way to go PAROLE Commission of CT.

How to win friends and influence people.

By the way M. Jodi, have you got any other people you can reccommend to the Parole Comm. who can do an equally p*ss poor job????
jorge

Oxford, CT

#4 Oct 4, 2007
the "NOT MY KID" generation is starting to come of age ... and the lack of discipline and responsibility is going to run wild thru society ... tighten your seatbelts folks - it's going to be a rocky ride !
Bootboyrick

Prospect, CT

#5 Oct 4, 2007
When will this state learn. We have to start killing off these criminals. Once a criminal always a criminal. Killing them is the best way to get ride of these thugs. I'm so sick and tired of these guys out on bail. How many more innocent people have to die before this state wises up.
Curious

Broad Brook, CT

#7 Oct 4, 2007
paul

Storrs Mansfield, CT

#8 Oct 4, 2007
Curious wrote:
wow what an idiot he should get 5 to ten for that waste of space,a thug in the making.yo man like to get high and drive around ,please lock this idiot up,hope they show that in court after his lawyer gets him all cleaned up and in a suit and after everyone testifies what an upstanding guy he was,,,
dan

United States

#9 Oct 4, 2007
let's not even consider building more prisons, creating more jobs. . .let's cut to chase, you kill, you die, do not pass go, do not waste our time, fry away
brewster

Brookfield, CT

#10 Oct 4, 2007
Which one's worse? Seems like both these losers have no place to go but to down. One is dead...the other dying!
Get Real

East Granby, CT

#11 Oct 4, 2007
Rumor has it that the fight was related to pot, butane.

You mess with that kind of stuff and that's what it can get you.
The myspace thing is pretty scary.(and so are the kids writing to it).

Little sympathy here.
Wish these idiot kids would wise up.
Get Real

East Granby, CT

#12 Oct 4, 2007
...and why was this yo yo out and not in lock up if he already had assault charges and drug charges against him?
Way to go state of CT....
former EGHS student

United States

#13 Oct 4, 2007
paul wrote:
<quoted text>wow what an idiot he should get 5 to ten for that waste of space,a thug in the making.yo man like to get high and drive around ,please lock this idiot up,hope they show that in court after his lawyer gets him all cleaned up and in a suit and after everyone testifies what an upstanding guy he was,,,
umm...the guy in this myspace page you're calling an idiot, is the kid that is now dead
for better or for worse

Windsor, CT

#14 Oct 4, 2007
paul wrote:
<quoted text>wow what an idiot he should get 5 to ten for that waste of space,a thug in the making.yo man like to get high and drive around ,please lock this idiot up,hope they show that in court after his lawyer gets him all cleaned up and in a suit and after everyone testifies what an upstanding guy he was,,,
this is the my space of the kid that died!!!
Peter K

Kingston, NJ

#15 Oct 4, 2007
I think wrote:
there is a song by Pink Floyd that states aptly about this occurance. It is "Another Brick in the Wall".
Way to go PAROLE Commission of CT.
How to win friends and influence people.
By the way M. Jodi, have you got any other people you can reccommend to the Parole Comm. who can do an equally p*ss poor job????
BAIL is not set by the PAROLE Commission.
Sheik Yiboudi

Enfield, CT

#16 Oct 4, 2007
You know, this kid didn't seem like an upstanding citizen, but that's just it: he was a kid. There are lots of kids out there that perhaps drank too much or maybe smoked too much pot, however that's not to say that he wouldn't have pulled himself together in a few years. Partying as a teenager doesn't make you a bad kid. I know many people who partied hard in their youth but pulled themselves together and became very productive members of society. It's a shame that he didn't have more time. Who knows what he could have become.
NCV

Las Vegas, NV

#17 Oct 4, 2007
for better or for worse wrote:
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this is the my space of the kid that died!!!
Yes, it is!
Person

Broad Brook, CT

#18 Oct 4, 2007
"Stupid crap happens over pot, so lets make it legal." Nice logic there buddy. I can only imagine what kind of stupid crap would happen BECAUSE of pot if it was indeed legal. Would there be a legal level of pot to drive? How much pot could you have before operating machinery? Yeah, then instead of 'cigarette breaks' at the factory, we'll have 'pot breaks'. Nice. My favorite argument is, "there are more fatal car accidents caused by drinking then there are with pot". Yeah, because pot is NOT legal. Use your brain... oh wait... never mind.
abcdefg

Broad Brook, CT

#19 Oct 4, 2007
I'm voting Republican this year only because I can't vote Fascist. I don't want any more homies, thugs, white trash, wigger, inner city garbage around my neighborhood anymore. The state continues to encourage this type of scum to inhabit our suburbs, with wellfare, section-8 housing, and all sorts of low income programs. If the state is going to keep this up then we can't rely on the state to care or do anything to fix it. How can people like these own a house, while a working mother(someone I know), who works her butt off, doesn't qualify for federal assistance for the simple fact that she makes a couple thousand too much a year. So essentially if you try to be a responsible adult, you get no assistance. This is just an example of how the system is baiting these criminals. This is why you have drug dealers -scum- who are able to own a house in Windsor Locks. Citizens we need to begin to stand up and realize what's happening here. It may be time that we start forming our own groups and start enforcing law. I think it's time to get old fashioned.
Sheik Yiboudi

Enfield, CT

#20 Oct 4, 2007
abcdefg wrote:
I'm voting Republican this year only because I can't vote Fascist. I don't want any more homies, thugs, white trash, wigger, inner city garbage around my neighborhood anymore. The state continues to encourage this type of scum to inhabit our suburbs, with wellfare, section-8 housing, and all sorts of low income programs. If the state is going to keep this up then we can't rely on the state to care or do anything to fix it. How can people like these own a house, while a working mother(someone I know), who works her butt off, doesn't qualify for federal assistance for the simple fact that she makes a couple thousand too much a year. So essentially if you try to be a responsible adult, you get no assistance. This is just an example of how the system is baiting these criminals. This is why you have drug dealers -scum- who are able to own a house in Windsor Locks. Citizens we need to begin to stand up and realize what's happening here. It may be time that we start forming our own groups and start enforcing law. I think it's time to get old fashioned.
It must be hard to goose-step while typing. Let's just get rid of everyone who's not like you. The only people to blame are criminals, not all inner city inhabitants. There are many people from the inner city who work hard to earn that minimum wage in order to support their families. Besides, no part of this article said that the suspect was on section 8 or received welfare? If he committed a murder, he must be a low-life leech, right? If I'm not mistaken, Joshua Komisarjevsky (Cheshire murders) came from money. No welfare there. How do you explain that one? Crime reaches all classes. White-Collar crimes, hello? If you don't like things here in Connecticut move someplace else or run for office.
paul

Storrs Mansfield, CT

#21 Oct 5, 2007
for better or for worse wrote:
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this is the my space of the kid that died!!!
well if he was alive he should be locked up,i've lost to many friends to high ?drunk drivers,cars ain't toys,he would have got it sooner or later

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