Recently released felon accused of st...

Recently released felon accused of stabbing UT student

There are 6 comments on the Toledo Blade story from Jul 21, 2010, titled Recently released felon accused of stabbing UT student. In it, Toledo Blade reports that:

Surveillance video captured a University of Toledo student being followed by the man suspected of killing him, authorities said at a news conference Monday morning.

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DD BOOTS

San Antonio, TX

#1 Jul 21, 2010
These happen and will continue to go on and on because the so-called mental health professionals think that they can just give even dysfunctional mental health patients a prescription and send them home without any further counseling, treatment, or care!
The Mental Health Professionals and System are
negligent and just as responsible as the patient who commits the crimes!
The Shamrock

Stanley, NC

#2 Jul 21, 2010
The answer is 25 to 100 years in jail. A death sentence for these thugs would serve the community !!!
DD BOOTS

San Antonio, TX

#3 Jul 21, 2010
Community is only served when everyone,
not matter who they may be or not be,
are given the same sentence for the same
crime!!
Corporate Elite

Toledo, OH

#4 Jul 21, 2010
DD BOOTS wrote:
These happen and will continue to go on and on because the so-called mental health professionals think that they can just give even dysfunctional mental health patients a prescription and send them home without any further counseling, treatment, or care!
The Mental Health Professionals and System are
negligent and just as responsible as the patient who commits the crimes!
This also happens when a person gets out of prison learning how to be a even worse criminal once he/she gets out, on $50,000 a year expense (of course, 93% of that is not spent on the prisoner him/herself). People think (and I'm not saying you) that sending someone to Criminal University (aka prison) will be a way for them to pay their debts to society, which would result in them being a better citizen. It just don't happen because the American Prison Industrial Complex (the third largest business sector on earth) is not spending $50,000 a year to rehabilitated convicts, to educated them or give them options of job opportunities when they get out of the penn. Instead, it is spent only to house them like animals. And when you treat someone like an animal, this is the results.
tom

Toledo, OH

#5 Jul 23, 2010
typical kneggers i wish there was open season on them
Corporate Elite

Toledo, OH

#6 Jul 26, 2010
tom wrote:
typical kneggers i wish there was open season on them
Well, unlike the 1950s and before, today's "KNEGGERS" have guns. And they will shoot back.......

And besides, you had your chance doing the 1960s uprisings to do something about it but I guess you just white flighted your azz out before you be laying around dead on a street curb.

Oh well, as long as you don't do hunting seasons on your SLAVE MASTERS (the Corporate, Government, Political, and Financial Elites).........

Another victory for the elites. Hi-Five!!!!

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