July trial date set in deadly 1998 do...

July trial date set in deadly 1998 dorm fire

There are 8 comments on the The Miami Herald story from Nov 21, 2011, titled July trial date set in deadly 1998 dorm fire. In it, The Miami Herald reports that:

A western Kentucky man is set to face trial for a second time on charges that he started a fire in a dorm at Murray State University in 1998 that killed a sophomore music student.

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Sad

Nebo, KY

#1 Nov 21, 2011
A young man lost his life in that fire.
teach the kids

United States

#2 Nov 25, 2011
It was a very tragic incedent, people change and learn from mistakes, it had its day in court, instead of bringing up cases that happens 13 years ago let's spend this time putting the drug pushers in jail and help this assistant principle keep kids on the straight and narrow.
Hello

Dunmor, KY

#3 Feb 22, 2012
teach the kids wrote:
It was a very tragic incedent, people change and learn from mistakes, it had its day in court, instead of bringing up cases that happens 13 years ago let's spend this time putting the drug pushers in jail and help this assistant principle keep kids on the straight and narrow.
A young man lost his life in that fire 13 years ago. It is sad that people want to say that it was 13 years ago and that the young man's loss of life is no longer important.

Not what is being said

Richmond, KY

#4 Feb 22, 2012
Hello wrote:
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A young man lost his life in that fire 13 years ago. It is sad that people want to say that it was 13 years ago and that the young man's loss of life is no longer important.
That isn't what anyone is saying. This case has been brought back against someone with no new evidence and the first trial was so tilted toward the innocent side. Walker has also taken a polygraph and passed it. This isn't just.
Just sayin

Kevil, KY

#5 Feb 22, 2012
A psychopath can pass a polygraph test.
And

Herndon, VA

#6 Feb 23, 2012
So can an innocent person

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#7 Feb 23, 2012
The polygraph is not admissible in court no matter if you pass it or fail it. There are ways to pass them even if you are lying.
And

United States

#8 Feb 23, 2012
Raymond Stantz wrote:
The polygraph is not admissible in court no matter if you pass it or fail it. There are ways to pass them even if you are lying.
Are there ways for a person to pass them if they are telling the truth ha.

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