30-year-old 'obsessed' with ex gets probation
#1 Mar 6, 2009
David! you never told me this why are you such a retard? What did you do to Jessica?? Whats going on i need to know, your my uncle and i am your neece. now i know what that note book i found in your truck was for. and when i asken you you refused to tell me. i will ask you later on......
#2 Mar 6, 2009
It doesn't matter what this man has made the courts think or believe. He was not sorry for his actions. He will continue to harrass this woman until he finds someone else to become obsessed with. No amount of jail time or probation will stop him from doing what he wants to do. He will violate his probation and he will continue with his behavior. This is who he is. He will have to hurt her maybe kill her before he is put away. And even then he may get away with it because of deadlines not met with paper work in the court systems. Everyone knows how backed up the case loads are in the system. This woman has to move away and move on. It's not fair but if you want the harrassment to stop you must make the move.Only the woman in this case can protect herself from David.
#3 Mar 6, 2009
From the article:
"It was just unbelievable to me, David, that on the eve of trial you were violating my court order knowing I had you on (global positioning system) and would know what you'd be doing," state District Judge Michael Vigil said Friday before sentencing Alcon. "That is creepy. That is scary for a person. You would not go away. Violence takes a lot of different forms.(What you did) was a form of violence to the victim."
OK, sounds like Judge Vigil understands the gravity of the situation right? He clearly grasps that Alcon has deliberately terrorized the victim. So how does he respond? PROBATION!!! All the people on here who rountinely complain that Carlos Fierro isn't already strung up from a lamposts at the crossroads need to read this article. Santa Fe has repeatedly put this buffoon on the bench to look the other way, and turn people loose even when their behavior is clearly dangerous to the citizenry. Why on earth would you now expect him to come down hard on Fierro, or anyone else?
Either vote NO! when this idiot comes up for retention, or quit complaining about the way he routinely coddles criminals. His "see no evil" approach to the justice system has been rewarded again and again by the liberal, hand-wringing criminal apologists who repeatedly return him to the bench, so why should he change? By now, he thinks he is actually doing the town's bidding when he hands out probation and deferred sentences to sociopaths. Fierro will probably get the same, and Vigil will again be retained.
#4 Mar 6, 2009
Oh come on. His father is a former Cibola County judge. What did anyone expect? That he would actually go to prison? This is New Mexico for gawds sake.
#5 Mar 6, 2009
Why would you post names over the internet? Hasn't this girl suffered enough?
#6 Apr 8, 2011
CBKay! His father had nothing to do with it so leave him out of it!!!
#7 Jun 10, 2011
You must just have really good luck.
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