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Marquez, TX

David Leonard Wood to be executed Aug. 20

Then why didn't they find any cocaine? Why only bodies? Also, post a link to the article where she says that.  (Sep 2, 2009 | post #112)

Marquez, TX

David Leonard Wood to be executed Aug. 20

I already explained why. This was long before DNA was allowed in the court room so no one was looking for it. Also, months underground subjects DNA to great heat and rain water seeping into the ground, making it unlikely any fibers or DNA will be found.  (Sep 2, 2009 | post #111)

Marquez, TX

David Leonard Wood to be executed Aug. 20

They saw a missing person a year later? That is the worst kind of eye witness evidence. They had numerous people claiming they saw Lacy Peterson long after she died. When are you going to account for Wood bringing the kidnap/rape victim to the the area where the bodies were found? Why did he dig a hole after tying her to his truck before he was scared off?  (Aug 23, 2009 | post #108)

Marquez, TX

David Leonard Wood to be executed Aug. 20

One may be a coincidence, but sixOnce again, when it keeps happeneing how can it possibly be a coincidenceNot nearly good enough by itself, but combined with everything else it's certainly helpfulThey don't have a mountain of other evidence against them. Also, how many are in that large population that committed at least 6 rapes? He admitted to or was convicted of all of themYou missed the point, HE BROUGHT THAT VICTIM TO THE SCENE OF THE BURIED VICTIMS. EXPLAIN THAT1. They didn't stop when he was charged with murder, but when he was charged with rape and before he had even been named a suspect. So a serial killer kills 9 women in 4 months and stops because some random guy gets arrested for rape? 2. No, serial killers don't stop. Just about every profiler says they keep going until they die or are caughtHis defense was bad? How so? Quijano had one acquitals or life sentences in the other eight death penalty cases in which he had defended clients.  (Aug 20, 2009 | post #100)

Marquez, TX

David Leonard Wood to be executed Aug. 20

So he just happened to bring his last rape victim to the site of the buried bodies? He just happened to be the last man seen with two of the victims? He just happened to know all of the others? Also, none of the things you've mentioned will survive months buried underground.  (Aug 19, 2009 | post #96)

Marquez, TX

David Leonard Wood to be executed Aug. 20

Let me lay out the evidence. After reading it, if you don't believe his guilt please explain why. -David Wood knew most or all of the nine victims personally. -All of the victims were last seen getting in an beige pick-up or a red Harley-Davidson motorcycle, both vehicles which Wood owned. -Eye witnesses positively identified Wood as the last person seen with two of the victims when they went missing. -Two of Wood's cell mates testified he had bragged in detail about committing the murders while serving time for another crime. -Wood had been convicted of the rapes of two women and indecency with a minor in another case. He was paroled shortly before the El Paso murders began. -He was convicted of kidnapping and raping another woman in 1987during the period of the El Paso murders. He had dug in the area near where the woman was raped, apparently intending to bury her there. When police began searching the area near where he had dug they found six of the victims. -Finally, the spree of abduction murders, nine in four months, ended with Wood's arrest on the rape charge. http://www.oag.sta te.tx.us/oagnews/r elease.php?id=3083  (Aug 19, 2009 | post #94)

Marquez, TX

David Leonard Wood to be executed Aug. 20

How was this the perfect crime? He got caught.  (Aug 18, 2009 | post #85)

Marquez, TX

David Leonard Wood to be executed Aug. 20

Let me help you out. I would be surprised if Wood's DNA or that of anyone else was found on the bodies. This is because no one was looking for DNA and because any DNA would have degraded by the time the bodies were found. The bodies were found in 1988, years before DNA would be allowed in any American courtroom and years before any Crime Scene Investigator would have looked for it or known what it was. Even if they had been looking for it, these bodies been buried in a scorching Texas desert for almost a year. Heat would have degraded the DNA and contact with dirt and rain water would have washed it away. There is no DNA evidence in this case, period.  (Aug 18, 2009 | post #84)

Death Penalty

If on the jury could you sentence them to death?

You too Sandy, hope you're enjoying the west coast. Lucky you, you get to avoid the winters up here.  (Jan 2, 2009 | post #37)

Death Penalty

Death penalty losing its appeal in U.S.

Does any innocent person deserve to be imprisoned for life to protect the institution of American prisons? That is the only alternative. What percentage of innocent people behind bars is acceptable to you? As for live, breathe and fight for your innocence-they will suffer losing their lives one day at a time for something they did not do. They have to survive a hyper-violent, claustrophobic world of drugs, stabbings and rapes. And then they die innocent men/women, like Greco and Tameleo in Massachusetts. Face it, the end for life or death for innocent people is the same.  (Dec 18, 2008 | post #48)

Death Penalty

Death penalty losing its appeal in U.S.

Sadly, the US Supreme Court threw out the death penalty for anything other than aggravated murder and treason this summer. A decision without precedent in the constitution, basis in law or even logic.  (Dec 15, 2008 | post #38)

Death Penalty

Death penalty losing its appeal in U.S.

Actually, this year Japan hanged 15 convicted murderers while the USA executed 37. Taking into account the US's greater population and higher crime rate I think that means -for now- they're using it more than we are.  (Dec 14, 2008 | post #35)

Death Penalty

Death penalty losing its appeal in U.S.

South Korea has 60 men on death row and parliament is debating ending their moratorium. Singapore has an elected government. Taiwan has been an independent nation for 60 years with it's own elected government for most of that time.  (Dec 14, 2008 | post #34)

Death Penalty

Death penalty losing its appeal in U.S.

South Korea, Taiwan and Singapore.  (Dec 14, 2008 | post #31)

Death Penalty

Death penalty losing its appeal in U.S.

What part of that page are you referring to? If it's that Maryland is debating abolishing the death penalty, I have to let you know that abolition bills failed in the state legislature in 2007 and 2008. The opinion of an extremely biased panel, with the relatives of several convicted killers, won't change that.  (Dec 14, 2008 | post #27)

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