Pair Visits Ersland In Prison

Sep 14, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: News9 Oklahoma City

Jerome Ersland, the pharmacist convicted of murder for killing an armed robber in the Oklahoma City pharmacy where he worked, has been in prison for the past two months.

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Fred Buck

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You're an idiot. First post you refer to 'praying for guidance.' Hence you believe in God.
The next post you infer a 'special place in hell' for Ersland.
Here's a heads up just for you: God is all forgiving; His son died on the cross for all of our sins; He alone knows what is written on the heart and He ALONE will make the final judgement of us all.
In fact, Why did you even start this up again? Get a life. Go out and do something for someone just because it might be the Christian thing to do. Your kindness will be returned threefold.
So as a christain......you....admire.. . ersland ?
Fred Buck

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I think his eyes say it all, creepy creepy uncle fester eyes
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Just take a look at his eyes, those creepy creepy uncle fester eyes. Concidering how well known he is he can always join a white power group in prison
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Fred Buck wrote:
<quoted text> So as a christain......you....admire.. . ersland ?
As a Christian, I can detest anyone's actions, but not place judgement on their souls.

There are many people I do admire. You're not among them. Your actions are hateful, hurtful, demeaning in spirit and you feel you are superior to other people. Not attractive qualities in anyone and usually an indication of a severe inferiority complex.

But, there is a little good in the worst of us and a little bad in the best of us. I have no idea what is written on your heart.

Time to end this, don't you agree? You can never understand me and I understand you all too well.
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If you think this man is your hero, or you don't think he should be prison. I can only feel pity for you

“Put the X Back in X-Mas.”

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As a Christian
Well, there's your problem...
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If you think this man is your hero, or you don't think he should be prison. I can only feel pity for you
I never said he was a hero. I never said I thought he should not be in prison. Read carefully what I HAVE SAID.

Don't confuse my words with Buck aka Allred.
Dash Riprock

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But criminals belong in prison, is ersland's actions beyond the laws of man and god?
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But criminals belong in prison, is ersland's actions beyond the laws of man and god?
Another one who just wants to retort but not take the time, or is unable to read and comprehend. Adios
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Using a second gun to kill a unarmed teenager who already has a mortal wound to the head seems a crime to me, and the jury, and DA, and the judge. You creeps who think this man is a hero really need to move on, find someother emotionally disturbed killer to make your ultimate savior.
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Dash Riprock wrote:
Using a second gun to kill a unarmed teenager who already has a mortal wound to the head seems a crime to me, and the jury, and DA, and the judge. You creeps who think this man is a hero really need to move on, find someother emotionally disturbed killer to make your ultimate savior.
This again, makes no sense when put into context with what I have said (and NOT said)in my posts. You're disturbed, seeking attention and have lost mine.
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Sep 23, 2011
 
Do you really think I or anyone else seek approve from your amazing sense of truth and justice?
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This again, makes no sense when put into context with what I have said (and NOT said)in my posts. You're disturbed, seeking attention and have lost mine.
Your mouselike intellect is just amazing
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God does not hear the cries of those He has cast into the fire.
Oh I bet god can hear ersland, although he may have him on ignore
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I can't believe that people are actually defending the actions of a feral ghetto thug! The so called 'teenager' forfeited his right to life when he went into a store to rob a productive citizen who WORKED for a living unlike the parasitic thug! Ersland did the right thing and should be freed. Personally I could care less about the fate of the thief and his so called 'family.' If they had taught him right from wrong he would be alive today!
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Ersland must be like a christlike figure to the blackshirt tea baggers, sorry theres no way to get around murder laws even in Oklahoma.

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I can't believe that people are actually defending the actions of a feral ghetto thug!
Come now. That's no way ta talk about Ersland...
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Glad Ersland did what he did! It's too bad he didn't kill the second feral ghetto thug! It's a pretty sick society when a productive citizen is imprisoned for defending himself and his employees against feral savages!
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Feb 16, 2013
 
Trust me, even hell doesn't want him and like heaven a soul is required for entry.

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Feb 18, 2013
 
Well, thanks to the drug addiction that got him in there, it looks like Ersland will be staying in prison for a long, long while.

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