Convicted murderer dies at Angola prison

Convicted murderer dies at Angola prison

There are 5 comments on the WBRZ-TV Baton Rouge story from May 6, 2009, titled Convicted murderer dies at Angola prison. In it, WBRZ-TV Baton Rouge reports that:

A high-profile Louisiana State Penitentiary inmate died early Tuesday at the prison.

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DR Observer


#1 May 27, 2009
SO what kind of memorial service, and is this public, private, or what? What all does a service consist of at Angola??? Do all DR inmates get a memorial service?

Jonesville, LA

#2 Aug 25, 2009
One down & lot's more to go. Hurry up cause you are running out of space. I've got a good idea execute the monsters on death row A.S.A.P. the monsters that the citizens of Louisiana found quilty & ORDERED put to death over 30 years ago.

Kingsland, AR

#3 Sep 7, 2009
I agree, if sentenced to death they should be put to death, it will free up more space plus the taxpayers will not be paying for them to sit on death row for 20 to 30 years.

Balkbrug, Netherlands

#4 Sep 7, 2009
I agree with you fooks to the serius killers,and who killed in cool blood,they are sick in mind, but dont forget there are also innocents who are there and who are executed, look at Texas !
But I also like to say for me abolish the death penalty.

I know you dont agree with me, but we as human been have different thoughts.

This is the answer for you Taxpayers !


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The restrictions are so harsh that only an inmate who is reformed and rehabilitated could do well under such circumstances.

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It separates the real from the fake and will expose an individual who is not truly rehabilitated.
This program would also save Louisiana about 150 million dollars a year and about 300 million over a two year span.
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The prison system here in Louisiana has drained our economy for too long.

Prison is needed to house individuals whose conscience lacks the ability to feel remorse for the crime(s) that he and/or she has committed.
Those kind of sick, depraved and possibly dangerous individual needs to be locked away to ensure the safety of the general public.
Contrarily a reformed and rehabilitated individual should have the opportunity to prove his and/or her life’s reformation and rehabilitation by being placed on this type of program.

The inmate cannot live a normal life as a free man and/or woman while placed on this program, because he and/or her she will not actually be free.
Any violation of the programs rules would send him and/or her back to prison.
The only difference is that he and/or she will be generating money back into society instead of being a burden on society’s tax payers.

Its also an INJUSTICE for the victim to spend their tax dollars to keep their assailant(s) locked up while their children suffer from Inadequate Schooling and other loved ones go through the turmoil of unaffordable HEALTH CARE.

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Kingsland, AR

#5 Sep 8, 2009
Best pilor system is to serve the sentence given to the criminals, if its death, then give it to them, if its life, then now parole, serve the time in prison till they die, its been shown too many times that rehab does not work, hell most get out and do the same crime in only a short time.

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