Trial ending in OH body in septic tan...

Trial ending in OH body in septic tank case

There are 14 comments on the WHIO story from Feb 4, 2013, titled Trial ending in OH body in septic tank case. In it, WHIO reports that:

Closing arguments are set in the Ohio trial of a man charged with aggravated murder and other crimes in the slaying of his daughter-in-law, who was strangled with a zip tie and dumped in a septic tank.

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“Loving husband of Mrs cowface”

Since: Jan 12

Chillicothe OH

#1 Feb 4, 2013
So what was the verdict & sentance? Eve news said it was over, but never announced results.
matt

Robertsville, MO

#2 Feb 5, 2013
Guilty on all counts

MikeLane

Since: Dec 12

Columbus, OH

#4 Feb 5, 2013
Good Morning Tbay
Watcher

Chillicothe, OH

#6 Feb 5, 2013
--Tbay-- wrote:
Did he do sentencing yet?? Please kill the bastard. He doesn't deserve to live in prison for the rest of his life. Period. If that poor girl could speak I bet she'd tell you the same. Quit draining the tax payers and off the sick freak.
Previous studies have shown it costs the taxpayers more to put someone to death than it does to house tehm for life. As much as I agree with the death sentence, a "Life sentence with no chance of parole" serves alos serves the purpose. He can spend the rest of his days thinking about his loser wife, retard son and the grandchildren he will never see again while looking over his shoulder for bubba to make him his _itch.

Since: Jan 13

Lexington, KY

#9 Feb 5, 2013
I agree with you Tbay i dont understand where this info is coming from,what studies were they,you cant determine how long someone will live it is cheaper to execute than it is to house someone.If you murder someone and you are found guilty no if ands or buts about it then you should lose your life as well.If it were up to me they would die like they murdered to many bleeding hearts out there death penalty is wrong wah cry me a river you do the crime you do the time whiny ass babies when they get caught.

Since: Jan 13

Lexington, KY

#11 Feb 5, 2013
The only exception should be if a person murdered a child molester if its been proven that the person did actually molest a child then the person that murdered them should be excluded and in my opinon given a medal.

MikeLane

Since: Dec 12

Columbus, OH

#13 Feb 5, 2013
--Tbay-- wrote:
I think we should be allowed jungle justice for all child molesters. I swear on a stack of bibles that if I ever get a illness that shortens my life I'm taking out as many of those sons a bitches as I can. I'm gonna fill about a hundred syringes up with insulin and just shoot the shit out of the bastards. I'm gonna dress like a damn school girl to entice the sick ass bastards into my car and then BAM. If your name is on the ESORN website if I ever get cancer then you better watch your damn ass you sick freaks cuz this bitch is comin for ya. Period. I'll take as many down as I can and I swear to you on this one. They all deserve to go straight to hell with gasoline panties on and I'll try my hardest to be the bitch that puts them there.
All you have to do would be go back working for the prison and shoot them up in there with poison
ARay

United States

#14 Feb 5, 2013
I read an artical saying it costs $27, 000+ a year per inmate in an adult facility. I cant imagine how it could cost more to put one to death. That SAVES over 27 grand a year!!

Since: Jan 13

Lexington, KY

#16 Feb 5, 2013
Tbay i think by dressing as a school girl you'll entice a bunch of freaks child molesters are sure to be in that group.
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#17 Feb 5, 2013
ARay wrote:
I read an artical saying it costs $27, 000+ a year per inmate in an adult facility. I cant imagine how it could cost more to put one to death. That SAVES over 27 grand a year!!
The piled on extra costs are for all the court and lawyer fees that accrue because because of all of the automatic appeals they are guaranteed by law. It comes out to a whole lot of extra costs.
LMH

Chillicothe, OH

#18 Feb 5, 2013
When I was in college (15 years ago), I had to research this for a debate class. At that time it was quite a bit more to execute an inmate than it was to have him/her serve a life sentence. The majority of that cost was legal fees, etc.
If people could simply be taken out back and shot immediately after being found guilty, before they had a chance to drain the taxpayers, I would be a big fan!!

Since: Jan 13

Lexington, KY

#19 Feb 5, 2013
LMH wrote:
When I was in college (15 years ago), I had to research this for a debate class. At that time it was quite a bit more to execute an inmate than it was to have him/her serve a life sentence. The majority of that cost was legal fees, etc.
If people could simply be taken out back and shot immediately after being found guilty, before they had a chance to drain the taxpayers, I would be a big fan!!
What was your source that you got your information from,i dont see how they can document anything because no one knows how long someone would live,also how can someone accrue legal fees if they are to be executed you would accrue legal fees by the appeals,it doesnt cost more to execute because you would only have the expense of the method of execution and the personal to carry it out.
LMH

Chillicothe, OH

#20 Feb 5, 2013
It is just based on the average inmate. Of course, no one knows the life expectancy of each individual inmate.
The appeals leading up to an execution are numerous. That us where the majority of the cost is accrued. These appeals are guaranteed in order to make sure that every possible factor has been checked and double checked. This seems crazy, but is still cheaper than the lawsuit that would result if they executed an innocent person.
I have no idea what sources contain this information, but I remember the class and the professor who taught it very well. I am sure they were accurate. I would not want to face his wrath if I showed up for the debate unprepared!
You can probably just google it and find multiple credible documents to back it up.

Since: Jan 13

Lexington, KY

#21 Feb 5, 2013
Then the law needs changed i dont understand all the appeals if its a known fact that a person murdered someone why all the appeals,like the dude that killed all those people at the movie theater if he gets the death penalty he will stay alive until he dies of natural causes and the tax payers will foot the bill talk about adding insult to injury.Also there has been a few excuted that werent guilty few and far between though.

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