Skip to comments.Steven Hayes Sentenced to Death in CT (Judge: "May God have mercy on your soul")
Posted on 12/02/2010 8:44:37 AM PST by Red in Blue PA
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I need to try to be a better Christian, because I find it hard to wish for any mercy for this man.
Kinda cliche' isn't it?
Nonsense. He was sentenced to a free cot with free food where he will get to rape CT’s families for millions of dollars in appeals.
Evil ALWAYS wins.
The only bad thing about his conviction is that the state had to make a deal with his co-conspirator who, IMHO, is just as culpable as he was. They both should be dead. But, I don't have any doubt that neither will be dead in 20-years (save of course for prison-yard justice, which is a possibility).
I want him tortured first.
Point #1) Hope the EXPEDITE the appeals process so the father need not suffer any more than he has to.
Point #2) I would love to see his punishment be the same as he meted out on those poor girls.
Liberals will want him fired, and try to get the case nullified because he said God.
Justice delayed is justice denied.
Anything over a yar is unacceptable in this case. He was caught red handed doing the acts.....nobody denies he did it. Why the delay....start the appeals today and get them fast-tracked.
How about may God take a piss on your head as he waves you down the chute to burn in hell
Evil does win....Too bad the husband just couldn’t shoot him in the head.....
What kind of “deal” did they make with the co-conspirator? The other guy (with the Russian last name) was actually the one whose idea it was, IIRC. He participated in everything and in fact was even the one who lit the fire. It’s hard to imagine that any deal could have been made to protect him.
I like the old fashioned term, "guilty beyond peradventure".
18 years on Death Row is nothing. In Florida we have murderers on Death Row since the 70’s who did their crimes in the 60’s. Really disgraceful.
I'm mistaken. No plea with Komisarjeski has been struck. His trial - as best I can tell - has not begun. I was under the impression that a plea had been negotiated. That is incorrect. Sorry for the confusion.
In the famous “double indemnity” case, the case on which the book and movie are very loosely based, the murder occured on March 20, 1927 and the murderers were executed on January 12, 1928, less than 10 months later. And that was an extremely high profile murder case.
In their last ditch appeal, the attorneys for the murdering bastards, Saco and Vanzetti, tried to have the sentence commuted because the interval between the verdict (July 14, 1921) and execution (August 23, 1927) constituted cruel and unusual punishment! The sentence was delayed because of the extraordinary circus put on by the defense, nevertheless, even in Texas, six years between verdict and execution would be considered swift these days.
This is why mortals don't qualify for the position of God. It seems like such an easy job, but not many of us, I fear, could do it.
Ross got death because he gave up his appeals and asked for death
Last CT execution before Ross was in 1960!!!!
The liberal defense lawyers will seize upon this to say the judge was a religious fanatic and the sentence should be reversed.