First of 3 men who buried busload of children in local quarry could be released from prison in May
Original post made on Mar 7, 2012
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on Mar 7, 2012 at 8:01 am
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It's news like this that makes me think we should expand use of the death penalty. Life in prison should mean life in prison. I remember this event well. This scum should rot in prison until he starts his term in hell.
on Mar 7, 2012 at 9:00 am
If there is no room in jail, or money for this immates, then give them the death penalty and problem solved. What they did is not forgivable, those children could have died. Let them die in jail or give them the death penalty but do not release them, they may harm others if allowed to be in the community.
on Mar 7, 2012 at 11:21 am
I went to grade school and high school with this kid. I remember when he and his older brother and friend committed this crime, horrible. But the crime never fit the kid I knew, he was shy, and nice, we played and swam at a neighbors house. It is/was hard to reconcile that memory with this crime. I want to believe that due to his youth at the time he just completely misjudged the consequences of his actions. And I to this day don't believe he instigated this crime, not that it matters. Certainly his punishment was just. I just wanted to put a bit of a human face on this. While many, many people understandably would disagree with me, I am glad he didn't get the death penalty and I hope and pray that he is reformed.