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post #1 of 20
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I don't know if anyone is following the Jessy Davis/Bobby Cutts murder trial, but if you aren't I'll fill you in.

Jessy Davis was pregnant with Cutts' child for the second time. She had already given birth about two years prior to one of his sons. Here's the twist. Cutts was married. Davis had made life difficult for Cutts inside that marriage. She had called his wife, left and undergarment in his wife's jewelery box, and apparently made vague threats about child support.

Bobby Cutts then supposedly killed Davis and threw her body in the woods right outside of my childhood home town.

To me, it shouldn't matter if Davis was making life difficult for Cutts, but for some people in good old NE Ohio it does. They are saying that Davis deserved it. Not only does this frustrate me, but it also makes me think that we have taken a step backwards. Davis didn't deserve to die even though she was being a "bad" girl.

Here's a link to part of this story: http://www.newsnet5.com/news/15237514/detail.html
post #2 of 20
I agree - unless she was pointing a shotgun at him with the intent to kill him, he had no right to kill her. He's the one that kept inviting her into his life. If he didn't want her there, he should have broken it off before getting her pregnant again and then used the court systems.
post #3 of 20
I heard the testimony from Cutts' wife on the radio this morning and was thinking the exact same thing- "what does this matter??" I'm surpised the judge didn't stop the line of questioning as irrelevant. Cutts was the one having an affair....and Jesse was not the only one he was having an affair with! Jesse perhaps made a bad decision by being in a "relationship" with Cutts, but in no way justified him murdering her and her unborn baby, leaving her other son motherless and now as good as fatherless

I'm pro-death penalty, so I hope he fries
post #4 of 20
There comes a point in time, That when people are pushed bad things happen.
She may have, pushed him to the point that killing her was worth the risk of getting caught.

i am not saying he should get off for the crime,
Just there is point where if pushed, people will snap.
post #5 of 20
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Originally Posted by theimp98 View Post
i am not saying he should get off for the crime,
Just there is point where if pushed, people will snap.
Well, he did snap and now he can go to the "bucket" until his Judgment Day. And he has kids - hope that stupidity didn't pass down.
this shows why we need a judicial system and prisons
post #6 of 20
I read about this a few days ago.

IMO she deserved mental help, but not death. Like Bruce said though...she or even his wife could have pushed him to the point where he snapped and killed Davis. I wouldn't be surprised if he was being bullied by both women: his wife who was yelling at him for cheating on her and Davis trying to "break up" his marriage (I'm speaking as to what could be going through his mind...I know the instant someone cheats they're breaking up the relationship).

Anyhoo...it's no excuse just an possible explanation. He still deserves punishment in the end.
post #7 of 20
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Originally Posted by theimp98 View Post
There comes a point in time, That when people are pushed bad things happen.
She may have, pushed him to the point that killing her was worth the risk of getting caught.

i am not saying he should get off for the crime,
Just there is point where if pushed, people will snap.

I agree, totally. We see it over and over and over again.
post #8 of 20
It's called motive.
post #9 of 20
now he's trying to say it was "an accident"
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,330402,00.html
what a bunch of crap I usually don't get involved in news stories, but this absolutely enraging me
post #10 of 20
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Originally Posted by katiemae1277 View Post
now he's trying to say it was "an accident"
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,330402,00.html
what a bunch of crap I usually don't get involved in news stories, but this absolutely enraging me
I saw that yesterday. How is it that you:

1. Tell a friend a week before that you are going to kill her.

2. "Accidentally" hit her in the throat and kill her.

3. Fly in the face of all of your police training by NOT calling 9-1-1.

4. Roll up her body in a comforter, and dump it.

THEN tell a jury of your peers that you had no intention of dumping her body. At what point does this cease to make sense to people?
post #11 of 20
if anyone believes those crocodile tears and lies lies lies then they are incredibly naive

did you see where he said that the reason for the large bleach stain was that he tried to revive her with bleach and it spilled? who tries to revive someone with BLEACH???????? Bobby Cutts Jr is a lying sack of you know what
post #12 of 20
personally i bet they lower the charge to manslaughter and he gets about 10 years on that, and they will either drop the other charges or run them concurrent with the 10. so he could be out in as few as 5 to 8. plus being a former cop he will get segrigated population so no one can harm him. people like this never get what they deserve.
post #13 of 20
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080215/...ant_woman_dead
there is some justice in this world
post #14 of 20
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Originally Posted by lookingglass View Post
Davis didn't deserve to die even though she was being a "bad" girl.

Here's a link to part of this story: http://www.newsnet5.com/news/15237514/detail.html
are these people pro-capital punishment? i mean, seems to me that death is an awfully harsh punishment for harassment...
post #15 of 20
I think they were saying that a possible motive for Cutts, Jr killing Davis was to stop her harassment, but Cutts Jr murdered pregnant Jesse Davis 3 weeks before her due date, that baby was completely viable so he was tried for both of their murders and yes, Ohio is a capital punishment state and like I said before, I hope he fries.
post #16 of 20
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Originally Posted by katiemae1277 View Post
I think they were saying that a possible motive for Cutts, Jr killing Davis was to stop her harassment, but Cutts Jr murdered pregnant Jesse Davis 3 weeks before her due date, that baby was completely viable so he was tried for both of their murders and yes, Ohio is a capital punishment state and like I said before, I hope he fries.
i think he could've found a way to stop her short of double murder...
post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by laureen227 View Post
i think he could've found a way to stop her short of double murder...
no doubt...this guy was a police officer too The thought is that he killed her so he wouldn't have to pay child support on a 4th kid
post #18 of 20
I didn't hear about this case until he was being sentenced. Personally I don't think these cases should be national news, unless a nation wide mad hunt is going on.
post #19 of 20
Stupid man. I don't buy the excuse of harrassment in the first place - if he didn't want his wife told, then why have the affair in the first place.

You know what they say about Karma.
post #20 of 20
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I didn't hear about this case until he was being sentenced. Personally I don't think these cases should be national news, unless a nation wide mad hunt is going on.
That is such a sad statement. It illustrates that how desensitized we have become. I'm not singling you out - I mean the majority of us.
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