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  • So the remaining victims, about a dozen ladies, should be denied the right to seek justice? It is a shame that this man had so many victims, but that is not the victims' fault.

    March 31, 2012 at 5:12 p.m.
  • I shudder to think how many tax dollars this thug is costing the citizens of Texas. And the lawyers just keep filing paper and billing by the hour and the people of Texas keep paying. The simplest (and cheapest) solution is to simply place paperwork into his file at the Huntsville Hilton that he is NEVER to be granted parole. Let him go back to eating oatmeal for he rest of his life and get the lawyers off the public's payroll.

    March 31, 2012 at 3:46 p.m.
  • While I agree with the sentiment behind what you are saying DesertVet, The reality is that what you are suggesting is Vigilante Justice, Which is NOT justice at all.

    Vigilante Just leads to a "rush to judgment" and does not let little things like FACTS and EVIDENCE get in the way. This leads to innocent people getting killed for crimes not committed.

    I am not saying that this jerk is innocent. He did commit the crimes as proven by FACTS and EVIDENCE.

    Anyone who doubts me as to Vigilante justice leads to a rush to judgement... All they have to do is look at the BS happening over the Trayvon Martin case.

    And closer to home, just look at all the judgement going on in the case of the 4 year old little boy killed by a Pit Bull.

    Watch the Sheriff's interview on the Autopsy report and all the judgmental questions that the Sheriff said cannot be answered due to it being an ongoing investigation, yet the PEANUT GALLERY kept asking the same kind of questions over and over.

    March 31, 2012 at 9:31 a.m.
  • I live in Yoakum and know exactly what he did....I say, let him out, order law enforcement to turn their backs and not answer the phone for a while, and I PROMISE YOU, the problem will be solved....

    March 31, 2012 at 1:11 a.m.