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Parole Board recommends execution for Bucyrus killer

There are 29 comments on the DispatchPolitics story from Aug 19, 2010, titled Parole Board recommends execution for Bucyrus killer. In it, DispatchPolitics reports that:

A panel recommended today that Gov. Ted Strickland not spare the life of a man convicted of murdering three people in Bucyrus in 1994 in a case that has drawn national attention.

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Bubba V

Columbus, OH

#22 Aug 19, 2010
Gonna miss KK's tossed salads.
Radar U

Delaware, OH

#23 Aug 19, 2010
Ohhhh...I was hoping to see a slideshow of the execution.Maybe next time huh?Oh wait,there won't BE a next time!!!

Cleveland, OH

#24 Aug 19, 2010
My family has been suffering with this hell for 16 yrs. If the bleeding heart liberals that think this indiviual is innocent, they should take the time to read the Parole Board Clemency report in its' entirty all 31 pages of it. I had to sit through 12 hours of the hearing reliving the nightmare and listening to the Innocence Project manipulate evidence to get this thing off death row. I appreaciate the fact that the Parole Board, Prosecutors, and Assistant Attorney General knows their job and can determine facts. While locked up kevin has continued his anti-social behavior. If you want him out, let him come to your neighborhood and kill your babies, assault your women, steal from you and sell drugs. Welcome this great person in your neighborhood.

Pauline, SC

#25 Aug 19, 2010
Im not oposed to the death penalty , but dont kill untill you have 100% irefutable proof

Hampton, VA

#26 Aug 19, 2010
Time to take the diry nap dirt bag.
Time to die

Grove City, OH

#27 Aug 19, 2010
Hang him
Citizen Cane

Columbus, OH

#29 Aug 19, 2010
we need someone to step up and end crime right then and there on the street. We need a vigilante... someone with money who could afford equipment like the stuff Batman has. Seriously... we need a rich dude (who is kinda crazy himself but has a heart full of good) to go out and defend the streets. Give the criminals something to fear... not killing people but putting a real wrench in their plans. Come to think of it we dont need one guy we need a whole team! Capture their drugs and disposing of them. Burning down crack houses... Beating thugs down when needed... the police dont care, they just want to get paid. This guys was a crimelord that had nothing to fear prob still has no fear. No one in prison messes with him I guarantee it. Who knows if we should kill him or not... let God decide his fate. My point is there are a 100 more like this guy in Columbus and we cant do anything about it because the police play dumb. We need someone (or some few) who wont play dumb and go after hardened street criminals who only understand violence.
Easy Does It

Grove City, OH

#31 Aug 20, 2010
Wow I would hate to be this guy right now.

Lexington, KY

#32 Oct 29, 2012
I THINK they should set him free to sell more drugs

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