Colorado Man Says He Commited 48 Murd...

Colorado Man Says He Commited 48 Murders

There are 47 comments on the The Associated Press story from Jul 27, 2006, titled Colorado Man Says He Commited 48 Murders . In it, The Associated Press reports that:

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.

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gwen

Rapid City, SD

#26 Sep 28, 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????
The real killer of Nanine Grimes' is Troy M. Brownlow. He stood trial, and was found guilty of that most brutal crime by a jury of twelve men and women on June 13, 2006.

Perhaps had you seen my house and the evidence presented you could better understand this conclusion. The criminal profile fit Troy M. Brownlow, perfectly, to a Tee, perfectly Troy M. Brownlow. Is Troy M. Brownlow a Serial Killer?

You intimate so with your admission. Can you identify others he has murdered as he did my child?
Brett

State College, PA

#27 Sep 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.

YES!!! That is America. The stone age, only it will get worse. As it has over the past 50 years.
Bill R

Pe Ell, WA

#28 Sep 29, 2006
Brett wrote:
<quoted text>
YES!!! That is America. The stone age, only it will get worse. As it has over the past 50 years.
Brett, don't you get just a bit weary of being around
you with your never-ending tiresome rant on the
U.S.. Such things happen in the U.S. and all over
the world ... sadly so. Show just a bit of sensi-
tivity for the feelings of others instead of using every available thread to make your point.

If you think all of this stuff is new, check out
the book "Devil in White City". Its about a guy
who was a serial killer during the Chicago World's
Fair .... a long time ago. And he was a copycat.
Brett

Altoona, PA

#29 Sep 29, 2006
Bill R wrote:
<quoted text>
Brett, don't you get just a bit weary of being around
you with your never-ending tiresome rant on the
U.S.. Such things happen in the U.S. and all over
the world ... sadly so. Show just a bit of sensi-
tivity for the feelings of others instead of using every available thread to make your point.
If you think all of this stuff is new, check out
the book "Devil in White City". Its about a guy
who was a serial killer during the Chicago World's
Fair .... a long time ago. And he was a copycat.

The bottom line Bill: These crimes do not happen, on a measureable scale, as they do in America. Something gravely wrong here.

Since: Jan 07

United States

#30 Jan 17, 2007
Give him a complete psych profiling and if it's determined there is truth in his statements then.....

Just take this self-admitted monster out behind the prison and put a bullet in his head.

A 75 cent slug is a lot cheaper than the thousands it'll cost keeping this animal alive in prison.
pueblohater

United States

#31 Jan 30, 2007
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.
Such a well articulated point for eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. I loved it.
Lucy

Broken Arrow, OK

#32 Feb 1, 2007
Here we go again, obviously this guy never cared about any of his victims, so why should we as a society care about this pitiful excuse for a human being's life. The amount of money that is spent in the court system for this trash is unbeleivable. Tax money that you and I work our butts off for. Suggestion: Take that money and take care of our elderly, who are the true victims. As for the guy, well, maybe he needs to be taken into the forest and never heard from again.
Leembo

Waiblingen, Germany

#33 Feb 1, 2007
Bill R wrote:
<quoted text>
Brett, don't you get just a bit weary of being around
you with your never-ending tiresome rant on the
U.S.. Such things happen in the U.S. and all over
the world ... sadly so. Show just a bit of sensi-
tivity for the feelings of others instead of using every available thread to make your point.
If you think all of this stuff is new, check out
the book "Devil in White City". Its about a guy
who was a serial killer during the Chicago World's
Fair .... a long time ago. And he was a copycat.
The United States has become a cesspool of crime, low lifes, war & money mongering politicians, and coporations who couls give a damn about anyone ... including their very own emploees who are often "laid-off" by the tens of thousands. This is a "phenomena" that I've observed for decades in Colorado, Michigan, Texas, and Florida. Bush's SECOND election is a perfect example of what's wrong in America. As far as I'm concerned, Michael Moore is god, and everyone who refuses to listen to him, is an idiot. Yeah, I watched this country go to crap for the past 35 years, and then I took my wife and son and moved to europe.

You want to know just how shitty this conutry has become? Well, check this out for starters. My wife has lived in the USA all of her life, as has our almost teenage son. Nothing is harder (aside from losing a loved one) then packing up your bags, and moving to a country where you've never been before, where you don't know ANYBODY, and where you can't even speak the language. Well, guess what? We've been in Europe now for the past 18 months, and neither my wife nor my son, ever want to go back to the USA. Matter of fact, we'll be dropping our USA citizenships within the next 3 years as well ... no reason to proclaim citizenship to such a cesspool anymore. I'm willing to bet, that if more people could afford to do what we did (and we're not rich by any means), then there'd be more people leaving the USA .... by the millions. Then all of the rich jerks could have their mexicans, cubans, and poor street people, to do all of the dirty work while living in rich splendor & glamour.
Leembo

Waiblingen, Germany

#34 Feb 1, 2007
Sorry, I wanted to mention something else to Bill R.

First, there isn't a conutry in the world with the high rate of serial killers, as in the USA. Not even close, not by a mile, probably because the USA is the one of the few, if not the only large CIVILIZED (???) conutry where sex & nudity are treated as something dirty or bad ... which causes those who have no intimacy or sexual pleasure, to become severely frustrated. Not everyone turns into a serial killer of course, but it's a proven fact that most serial killers are sexially motivated, and it's also a proven fact that there are more sexually fustrated people in the USA than anywhere else.

Secondly, child molestation and abduction are higher in the USA than even .... yes, even in some third world countries. Now there's a really scary fact, which is no wonder why you hardly see any kids, even older ones, out after dark anymore, in many places.

Thirdly, gun violence in the USA is rampant. You can't even show someone the finger to someone who cut you off in traffic, almost causing you to wreck with wife and child in the car -- without fearing that a jerk like that is going to blow you away with a gun out of his glove box. How many people, couples, do you know, who go out walking in the evenings, hand in hand? There are so many scared people in America .... but here in Germany, there are people out and about all of the time - even children - even in the evenings - and most people feel (and are) pretty safe.

Fourth, lawsuits are so frivolous and ridiculously out of control in the USA, that it's almost sad to see how other countries openly make fun of americans on TV shows and even in their news, for being so pathetic, and more often than not, irresponsible for their own actions or mistakes. They don't call it pathetic, but it's pretty easy to figure out after awhile.

Fifth, one of the main reasons why we moved out of the USA, has to do with how people are being ripped off, everywhere you turn. No, not everyone is a scammer or a con, but there are so many in the USA, that it's an ardous task, one that makes people quite weary, to have to constantly figure out how to keep from being ripped off.

Sixth, let's not even get into the drug problems, that are second to none in the USA, when compared to the rest of the civilized world.

Finally, Bill R., perhaps some of us know what the heck we're talking about, due to decades of observation & experience. More importantly, perhaps if you ever spent any length of time (several years) living in another civilized country, you might actually be able to understand why people like Brett and myself, say the things that we say, and why we feel about this country as we do! Moving away from here was not anything that we did brashly, we moved after we thought about it for 10 long years .... when we came to the conclusion that the USA is so thoroughly screwed up, that it'll take at least the next 30 years to fix the mess that the USA is in. Those are 30 years that our Son can live substantially better, in a much better place. A place where people still treat each other with respect, greet each other on the streets, where a handshake & honesty still mean something, and so on.
Egor

Altoona, PA

#35 Feb 2, 2007
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.


Yes, A very clear window into American culture. Barbaric, deviant, and murderous.
And Americans are in Iraq telling them how to develop a "civilised society".....
elliot

Fremont, CA

#38 Mar 8, 2007
See worst a brotha will do is carjack you or rob you but white boy will chop your fingers up and mail them to house>lol.
Englewood Co Doc Neil

Millbrae, CA

#39 Mar 8, 2007
elliot wrote:
See worst a brotha will do is carjack you or rob you but white boy will chop your fingers up and mail them to house>lol.
You're wording is funny but subject is correct.
elliot

Discovery Bay, CA

#40 Mar 9, 2007
Englewood Co Doc Neil wrote:
<quoted text>
You're wording is funny but subject is correct.
Thank man lol.

“Compromise yourself for no one”

Since: Dec 06

Cajun Country

#41 Mar 9, 2007
Elwyn Executioner wrote:
This man is taking up tax dollars. Execute!,Execute!
It's cheaper to house them for life than it is to execute.
Do some research.
Mother of three

Warren, NJ

#42 Mar 9, 2007
JASON MIDYETTE
I find it very sickening that in Colorado only the poor are held respondsible for murdering their children. The rich can beat their children to a bloody pulp and over a year later they're still enjoying fresh air and sunshine!!!! What the heck is the DA in Colorado doing? This poor child, my heart just breaks. This child, this poor tiny infant was beaten to death over a good length of time. His whole short little life spent in such agony until one final blow took that life away. His parents didn't protect him in life and the DA of Colorado has neglected him after death. This child MATTERS! This poor little baby deserved to live and was snuffed out by his abusive parents and after all this time those respondsible are free, haven't even been charged with a crime. How disgaceful! If I was a resident of Colorado I would demand her resignation, she's incapable of doing her job. Only poor people from Colorado have answered for murdering their babies. I guess she figures rich people deserve to kill their infants, how sick! The child is dead and cold in the ground somewhere decomposing, can the DA hurry the heck up and acknowledge this child existed and hold someone accountable?....talk about injustice! Just because you have a foundation for abused children doesn't mean you're an advocate it just means you've found a tax deduction. Show us how much you care and do your job!
Buddy

AOL

#43 Mar 9, 2007
Mother of three wrote:
JASON MIDYETTE
I find it very sickening that in Colorado only the poor are held respondsible for murdering their children. The rich can beat their children to a bloody pulp and over a year later they're still enjoying fresh air and sunshine!!!! What the heck is the DA in Colorado doing? This poor child, my heart just breaks. This child, this poor tiny infant was beaten to death over a good length of time. His whole short little life spent in such agony until one final blow took that life away. His parents didn't protect him in life and the DA of Colorado has neglected him after death. This child MATTERS! This poor little baby deserved to live and was snuffed out by his abusive parents and after all this time those respondsible are free, haven't even been charged with a crime. How disgaceful! If I was a resident of Colorado I would demand her resignation, she's incapable of doing her job. Only poor people from Colorado have answered for murdering their babies. I guess she figures rich people deserve to kill their infants, how sick! The child is dead and cold in the ground somewhere decomposing, can the DA hurry the heck up and acknowledge this child existed and hold someone accountable?....talk about injustice! Just because you have a foundation for abused children doesn't mean you're an advocate it just means you've found a tax deduction. Show us how much you care and do your job!
Is this related to Ronald Browne also?
Laura alston

Bowie, MD

#48 Dec 10, 2013
I am watching and motives and this is heart breaking to know someone wanted to hurt a 15 year old and my heart goes out to Nanine's mother and sister socially the sister because she found her sister.
Laura alston

Bowie, MD

#49 Dec 10, 2013
Especially her sister
5425matt bruce

United States

#50 Nov 13, 2014
Troy you killed. my friend.i hope. you're. cell mate pours gas on you and watch you burn hell i would like. too see it wow you are a bitch
5425matt bruce

United States

#51 Nov 13, 2014
5425matt bruce wrote:
Troy you killed. my friend.i hope. you're. cell mate pours gas on you and watch you burn hell i would like. too see it wow you are a bitch
See you in 2026 then you will die

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