Sarah Dutra's Prison Sentence Remains...

Sarah Dutra's Prison Sentence Remains 11 Years

There are 73 comments on the News10 Sacramento story from Dec 3, 2007, titled Sarah Dutra's Prison Sentence Remains 11 Years. In it, News10 Sacramento reports that:

The young woman convicted of manslaughter in the bizarre killing of a Sacramento attorney is headed back to prison to fulfill her original sentence.

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EGCA

Elk Grove, CA

#2 Dec 3, 2007
While she was attractive, young, educated, and had her whole life ahead of her, inside she was evil and morally bankrupt and should have gotten the death penalty not just 11 years.
Diane

Dixon, CA

#3 Dec 3, 2007
She needs sit her a** right there is prison!!!! What she did was just wrong!!! She took part in a cold blooded killing and deserves to spend more than 11 yrs behind bars!!!! This killing was aired on the Oxygen Channel "SNAPPED"!! DAMN SHAME!!!
David

United States

#4 Dec 3, 2007
I bet when the thought first crossed her mind that she would have to serve only 6 years instead of the 11 she got all excited inside. Almost as excited as she felt when she helped to murder that man and they thought they'd get to live rich and mighty while blowing his money!

She deserves waaaaaaaay more than this!

Let us know if they really do cut up the bananna's in the Big House sweetie!

Since: Nov 07

Sacramento, CA

#6 Dec 3, 2007
It's refreshing to see the justice system working!! While I also agree 11 years is not nearly enough time to serve, but at least she's not getting out any sooner!!
BOOK EM DANO

Sacramento, CA

#7 Dec 3, 2007
For what she and the wife did to Larry, she should get the death chamber.

She actually deserves what the wife got....death.
Justice

Modesto, CA

#9 Dec 3, 2007
She's extremely lucky she only has 10 yrs She deserves death row!
BOOK EM DANO

Sacramento, CA

#10 Dec 3, 2007
EGCA wrote:
While she was attractive, young, educated, and had her whole life ahead of her, inside she was evil and morally bankrupt and should have gotten the death penalty not just 11 years.
So are ugly, old, ignorant folks less likely to kill their boss, stuff him in a fridge and then bury him in a grape vineyard??

Some of the most notorious mass murderers have a higher than average IQ.

This gal was just your run of the mill killer.

“Educate everyone.”

Since: Aug 07

Sacramento, California

#11 Dec 3, 2007
Why do you think she deserves the death penalty?

Sarah Dutra was an accomplice who helped move the guys body before he was dead.

You don't get the death penalty for that.
EGCA

Elk Grove, CA

#13 Dec 3, 2007
BOOK EM DANO wrote:
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So are ugly, old, ignorant folks less likely to kill their boss, stuff him in a fridge and then bury him in a grape vineyard??
Some of the most notorious mass murderers have a higher than average IQ.
This gal was just your run of the mill killer.
The point was that she was probably going to have it easier than most.
Jeff

Sacramento, CA

#12 Dec 3, 2007
Such a judgmental group. It is always easier to look and judge what you see in the window and not the mirror. shame.

“M&M's mom”

Since: Nov 07

Yuba City, Ca

#14 Dec 3, 2007
Looken wrote:
Why do you think she deserves the death penalty?
Sarah Dutra was an accomplice who helped move the guys body before he was dead.
You don't get the death penalty for that.
Thank you Looken!
Tarin McNabney

Elk Grove, CA

#16 Dec 3, 2007
Sarah Dutra is a coward who deserves to be in jail for the rest of her life. She committed murder, it doesnt matter if she were an accomplice or not...its all the same,She premeditated everything and for her to act as if she were a victim is absolutely sickening to me.
Tarin Mc Nabney

Elk Grove, CA

#17 Dec 3, 2007
I think Sarah Dutra is a coward who deserves to be in jail for the rest of her life. For her to act as if she is a victim in this matter is appauling. Everything was premeditated and she is going to have to live the remaining years of her life as a convicted murderer. To take someones life is the ultimate low and for her actions there is a family who is missing a father, grandfather and a friend.

“M&M's mom”

Since: Nov 07

Yuba City, Ca

#18 Dec 3, 2007
Tarin McNabney wrote:
Sarah Dutra is a coward who deserves to be in jail for the rest of her life. She committed murder, it doesnt matter if she were an accomplice or not...its all the same,She premeditated everything and for her to act as if she were a victim is absolutely sickening to me.
And you know all this for a fact how??
Murder and being an accomplice are not the same thing.
EGCA

Elk Grove, CA

#19 Dec 3, 2007
Looken wrote:
Why do you think she deserves the death penalty?
Sarah Dutra was an accomplice who helped move the guys body before he was dead.
You don't get the death penalty for that.
I don't care how little you participate in killing another human being, you participated in killing a human being your guilty of killing.

“Educate everyone.”

Since: Aug 07

Sacramento, California

#20 Dec 3, 2007
Tarin McNabney wrote:
Sarah Dutra is a coward who deserves to be in jail for the rest of her life. She committed murder, it doesnt matter if she were an accomplice or not...its all the same,She premeditated everything and for her to act as if she were a victim is absolutely sickening to me.
Nobody is arguing that she deserved prison time, but from what I've read about this case, the real perpetrator committed suicide.

The fact that she can't be 'punished' must be heartbreaking for you but it doesn't change a thing.
Mimmi

United States

#21 Dec 3, 2007
DO NOT PASS GO wrote:
Good. Let the conniving bitch rot in prison. I'm sure if you could ask ole Larry how much more time she should do. He'd have the same opinion. Or bury her in a Lodi vineyard after she had some time to cool off in a refrigerator and see how she likes it.
ITA with almost all of it, but Linden, bury her in a Linden vineyard.

“M&M's mom”

Since: Nov 07

Yuba City, Ca

#22 Dec 3, 2007
EGCA wrote:
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I don't care how little you participate in killing another human being, you participated in killing a human being your guilty of killing.
It is very easy to think that way, most of us want to think that way or think we have to think that way. You can't have the same kind of punishment for different kind of infractions, you just can't.
Mimmi

United States

#23 Dec 3, 2007
Flossgirl wrote:
<quoted text>And you know all this for a fact how??
Murder and being an accomplice are not the same thing.
Look at the poster's name. Maybe she knows because she was related to the victim. Think before you type.

“Educate everyone.”

Since: Aug 07

Sacramento, California

#25 Dec 3, 2007
EGCA wrote:
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I don't care how little you participate in killing another human being, you participated in killing a human being your guilty of killing.
And she is being punished for it to the degree her crime allowed.

I didn't write the laws. I participate in the criminal justice system.

Sarah Dutra didn't get away with murder. She is in prison as we speak.

Someone else, in this case, did that.

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