Mom: '22 years not enough' for ex-boy...

Mom: '22 years not enough' for ex-boyfriend who killed her son

There are 1 comment on the The Gazette story from Aug 27, 2012, titled Mom: '22 years not enough' for ex-boyfriend who killed her son. In it, The Gazette reports that:

John J. Batease is sentenced this morning for killing a 20-month-old Schenectady child in June 2011.

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#1 Aug 27, 2012
I agree with her! 22 years does not even begin to justify the pain of what JOhn Batease has caused! NOt only the pain he inflicted on this child, and to his family, but to the children he has harmed before, AND THERE ARE OTHERS!!!!!!! May the hell he is about to experience be just a small glimpse of the eternity off hell he faces! You may not be serving this for all of the others on paper, but you know what you have done, you sorry excuse for a man! FINALLY, there is some resolution for the pain, and the trauma you have caused! ROTT there John, you deserve every second of it!

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