Colorado Man Says He Commited 48 Murders

A man serving a life sentence in Colorado for murdering a teenage girl has claimed responsibility for as many as 48 slayings across the country dating back more than three decades, authorities said Thursday. Full Story
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Mcgyver

Davis, CA

#1 Jul 27, 2006
Interogate him,,,
solve all the crimes he commited,,,
put a bullet in his head
Ryc

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Jul 27, 2006
I'm not a big supporter of the death penalty. That said, here's where I feel that there is room for me to say its okay. You see, I feel that all life is precious. That is my own belief. But, here is a case of 'implied consent'. For those not familiar with implied consent it works like this. Lets say you have a child that is in an accident and desperately needs medical attention. Possibly even surgery. Implied consent means that if you can't reach the parents, it is 'implied' that they would give their approval if they could be contacted. It is implied, that their values on their child is very high and that it is reasonable to assume that they would grant the care.
Now, lets take a look at a murderer. They have 'implied' that human life is not valuable. Therefore, if they don't feel that life has a value, we could extrapolate and say that they have implied that their own life is without value and therefore it is for the taking. They have given us permission to take their own worthless lives.
How Many Others

Berlin, WI

#3 Jul 27, 2006
With the number of "warehoused" criminals in our prisons, how many more confessions of this nature could come forward ... under any circumstance?

The consumate evil of some humans goes beyond rational thought, IMO.
who cares

United States

#5 Jul 27, 2006
Ryc wrote:
I'm not a big supporter of the death penalty. That said, here's where I feel that there is room for me to say its okay. You see, I feel that all life is precious. That is my own belief. But, here is a case of 'implied consent'. For those not familiar with implied consent it works like this. Lets say you have a child that is in an accident and desperately needs medical attention. Possibly even surgery. Implied consent means that if you can't reach the parents, it is 'implied' that they would give their approval if they could be contacted. It is implied, that their values on their child is very high and that it is reasonable to assume that they would grant the care.
Now, lets take a look at a murderer. They have 'implied' that human life is not valuable. Therefore, if they don't feel that life has a value, we could extrapolate and say that they have implied that their own life is without value and therefore it is for the taking. They have given us permission to take their own worthless lives.
I will snuff him for a dollar? Maybe that asking too much? What the hell I'll give you my special and do it for nothing, besides I can have compassion while I do it...
Just An Observer

Oscoda, MI

#6 Jul 27, 2006
My...he's been a busy little bee, hasn't he?
Easymoney

United States

#7 Jul 27, 2006
Everyone should have a hobby.
Bubba

New York, NY

#9 Jul 28, 2006
I think this shows how fragmented this US society has become (no one misses 50 people) and how ineffective law enforcement is. Imagine the response if one of those people had been 'connected'??
Sheesh, what a country we've become, just a bunch of know-it-all, uneducated losers being led back into the stoneage.
brogan56

Denver, CO

#10 Jul 28, 2006
Several of the states he claims he committed murders in have the death penalty. I know it would take a while but maybe in time there will be some measure of justice for his victims and some closure for their families.
Mcgyver

Davis, CA

#11 Jul 28, 2006
Snuff him out of existence on this planet and be swift about it
Shelly-USA

AOL

#12 Jul 28, 2006
Bubba wrote:
I think this shows how fragmented this US society has become (no one misses 50 people) and how ineffective law enforcement is. Imagine the response if one of those people had been 'connected'??
Sheesh, what a country we've become, just a bunch of know-it-all, uneducated losers being led back into the stoneage.
They were mostly young white women. How were the police to know in other states that this man was the killer?

Strange outlook, blaming the cops and society. Maybe you should blame the man that killed these women and er, his mental health.
Laura

Tucson, AZ

#13 Jul 28, 2006
I'm wondering if he is the real killer of Nanine Grimes? I believe the victims match her (yound and white). Her murder was in 1980 (just as gruesome as they've described the other women, by stabbing). I believe the criminal profiler also said the killer of Nanine was a serial killer????
BuckFush

Cincinnati, OH

#14 Jul 28, 2006
Why should this get any different deal than Andrea Yates?

He's for sure crazy.
dan

Lakeside, CA

#17 Jul 28, 2006
You ever get the feeling these out of their freaking mind
whack jobs are just sport for scumbag lawyers ?
Easymoney

United States

#18 Jul 28, 2006
48 murders ?

Robert Charles Browne got nothin' on George W. Bush.
cyber_war44

Bronx, NY

#19 Jul 28, 2006
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Elwyn Executioner

United States

#20 Jul 28, 2006
This man is taking up tax dollars. Execute!,Execute!
concerned

AOL

#21 Jul 28, 2006
i dont think he is the killer for the grimes story. i stll think it is troy brownlow...... he stand the truth....
MiniMeToo

United States

#22 Jul 29, 2006
I grew up with this guy in Coushatta Louisiana. I recall once way back when he married Brenda Adams,(his 3rd wife) Robert, when ever happened to that chick you were seeing a few months ago?(this was back in 1982) He said "I killed her and dumped her in the Red River" I said "Your not serioes" He said "Maybe I am and maybe i'm not" with a smile on his face. We all thought he was nuts but had no proof of it.
Shelly-USA

AOL

#23 Jul 29, 2006
MiniMeToo wrote:
I grew up with this guy in Coushatta Louisiana. I recall once way back when he married Brenda Adams,(his 3rd wife) Robert, when ever happened to that chick you were seeing a few months ago?(this was back in 1982) He said "I killed her and dumped her in the Red River" I said "Your not serioes" He said "Maybe I am and maybe i'm not" with a smile on his face. We all thought he was nuts but had no proof of it.
Well, I would call the FBI and pass that on to them, that is, if you know the "chicks" name. If what you are saying is true, it would be irresponsible of you not to. JMHO
concerned

AOL

#24 Jul 30, 2006
Laura wrote:
I'm wondering if he is the real killer of Nanine Grimes? I believe the victims match her (yound and white). Her murder was in 1980 (just as gruesome as they've described the other women, by stabbing). I believe the criminal profiler also said the killer of Nanine was a serial killer????
why dont you think its troy....

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