Fair trial? Maybe. Impartial jury? Not likely.

July 13th, 2006

A Florida judge wants to move the trial of the sex offender accused of kidnapping 9-year-old Jessica Lunsford and burying her alive, discount viagra check because an impartial jury can’t be found so close to her home.

My question is where does he think he’s going to find an impartial jury?

They could move the trial up here and if I were on the jury my first question would be, “Can I be the guy who digs the hole we’re going to bury this guy in?”

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  • 1. Chris  |  July 13th, 2006 at 7:32 pm

    You did the hole I will bring a can of gas and a match. To be honest burning that sob alive would be too good.

    Something out of the Mongol play book might be in order something long and drawn out and very very painful.

    I cannot believe he buried her alive. Then again I am sure the animals in Gen Pop would have lots of fun with a sick child murder like him even most harden criminals would find him repulsive.

    Sigh sometimes being the good guys sucks!

  • 2. Administrator  |  July 13th, 2006 at 9:04 pm

    There is a very special place in hell (if there is a hell) reserved for child killers.

    In general, I have my doubts about capital punishment. But if I knew, knew beyond a shadow of a doubt, that someone had tortured and killed a child… I could pull the switch on them myself and sleep soundly.

  • 3. Clint  |  July 14th, 2006 at 7:32 am

    Sorry guys – I called shotgun a long time ago on being the first to dig the hole. And according to manlaws, shotgun rules are still in effect.

    As far as punishment-

    #1 Take said shotgun and blow out one of his knees. Then let a Cuban doctor with a bad cough repair said knee.

    #2 After a short heeling period, with no pain meds, cut the ACL on the opposite leg with a plastic butter knife. Have it repaired by one of Hugo Chavez’s eye surgeons. Once again throughout the heeling process, pain meds are not allowed.

    Repeat process at least twice.

  • 4. Billiam  |  July 14th, 2006 at 10:58 am

    Two words. Crab Stakes. The Vikings of old had it right.

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