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Carlie Brucia's killer sentenced to death

post #1 of 20
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http://www.cnn.com/2006/LAW/03/15/ta...ion/index.html

May the execution come swiftly to this waste of human flesh...
post #2 of 20
I can't sympathize with him, although I believe the death penalty should be reserved for serial killers/perpetrators of terrorist attacks,
post #3 of 20
What a waste of human flesh. Too bad his death will be a lot faster and painless than hers was.

Amber
post #4 of 20
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Originally Posted by jcat
I can't sympathize with him, although I believe the death penalty should be reserved for serial killers/perpetrators of terrorist attacks,
I think that child rapists/torturers/killers should also be included in that, though I do understand where you are coming from - that the death penalty should be reserved for only the worst of the worst perpetrators.

I happened to be home for lunch when they were carrying the sentencing live, including the aggravating circumstances and the mitigating circumstances. Hearing what that poor girl went through - how he kidnapped her, sexually assaulted her, tortured her (the judge said it was clear that she knew she was going to die), killed her, and disposed of her like trash...

What he did to her was as bad or worse than anything I've read in my true crime reading...
post #5 of 20
When I watch the tape of him kidnapping that innocent young child...it breaks my heart.

He is going to get years of appeals.
I hope that he is miserable.
post #6 of 20
I dont beleive in the death penalty as I believe the true sentance will be enacted by a higher power than me ... I do wish they ( the system) wouldnt isolate these child killer s from the rest of the prison population...
post #7 of 20
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Originally Posted by xocats
When I watch the tape of him kidnapping that innocent young child...it breaks my heart.

He is going to get years of appeals.
I hope that he is miserable.
From what they said, Florida has a pretty fast track. The average time on death row is 18 - 24 MONTHS through the appeals process. Much different than California where it's more like 18-24 years (and a lot more publicity...)
post #8 of 20
And what is killing him going to do exactly? Doesn't bring her back and it doesn't stop other killers from killing.

There's got to be a better way to make this better, that's how I feel about the death penalty. Doesn't quite solve anything.
post #9 of 20
I have conflicting feelings about the death penalty.
There are so many errors in the "Justice" system.
How long has it been since a wealthy man was put to death?

This guy is really bad news though.
post #10 of 20
I don't support the death penalty, although that's a hard statement to make in cases like this.
post #11 of 20
A piece of dirt who rapes, tortures, and kills a child does not deserve to be alive. It may not 'solve' anything for him to die, but it keeps my tax dollar from keeping his miserable rear end alive for the next 40 years.
post #12 of 20
Pure evil on two legs And he has the audasity to say he's sorry!, well whoopi do, doesn't that make the poor girls family feel a whole lot better

I wish we had the death penalty back for the likes of him!.
post #13 of 20
I believe he should die. I knw that sounds harsh but he killed a girl who didn't have a chance to live. She willl never have her first boyfirend, her first kiss, her first prom, her high school graduation, get married, her first child, he first grandchild, she doesn't get what every person deserves, and that is to live a long life!!He snatched the most precious thing from her family and he should get to live for free in our prison system while our hard earned tax dollars go to feed him clothe him and provide him with shelter and medical care. I dont think so!!
post #14 of 20
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Originally Posted by valanhb
From what they said, Florida has a pretty fast track. The average time on death row is 18 - 24 MONTHS through the appeals process. Much different than California where it's more like 18-24 years (and a lot more publicity...)
I wish you were right...
Unfortunately, William Cruse killed 6 people in a shooting spree in the 1987 here in Florida and he's still on death row. He is not even the one who has been there the longest.
post #15 of 20
I think his death should be as painful and terror filled as the poor girl he raped and tortured. He should be put in the general population and all the other prisoners should be told exactly what he did to her.
post #16 of 20
IMO, his guilt has been proven BEYOND ANY DOUBT. He is on tape, and there is DNA evidence. It WAS him. Therefore execute him, TODAY. None of this 20 year garbage. Justice delayed, is justice denied.
post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by Deb25
A piece of dirt who rapes, tortures, and kills a child does not deserve to be alive. It may not 'solve' anything for him to die, but it keeps my tax dollar from keeping his miserable rear end alive for the next 40 years.
Exactly. I dont want my tax dollars paying for his medical and housing. Let the waste of human flesh die. I hope it's slow and painful. I think they should enact the death pentalty a lot more than they do, and i think all of the appeals that they get are crap. We can't go back and go after them again after they've been proven innocent, why should they be able to go back and retry? He's a waste of human flesh, and the sooner is he out of the gene pool the better.

-Jade
post #18 of 20
That poor girl. I pray for her parents and the rest of her family.

I do not agree with the death pentalty under any circumstances. Not only does it not solve the problem, but you let this guy off in the easiest possible way. He gets to leave this world and that's it. He doesn't have to live his life to old age knowing people think he's digusting or face any other consqences.

I also think that two wrongs don't make a right and that it isn't our place to be playing "GOD". I thought our society was civilized?

I know what this guy did was so terrible and that the lost life of this girl is a tradgedy, but why end this situation with another tradgedy? To forgive is divine. (just because you forgive someone doesn't mean you don't learn from what they did the first times and should take messures to protect yourself from it happening a second time.)
post #19 of 20
The Bible says 'A Life For a Life' and that's how it should be.
post #20 of 20
"An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind"

The real problem I have with the death penalty is that most criminals who are facing life in prison without parole or the death penalty is that they would rather have the death penalty. Think about what a max. security prison is like, and think about knowing you will live there, without hope of leaving, the rest of your life. Much worse than slipping away after a couple years... The fact that they have to do so much to keep people in prison from killing themselves should say something.

I know what happened to this little girl, and how terrible it is, and if anyone "doesn't deserve to live" it's this guy. But I think the slowest, painfullest death we can legally give him is to let him rot in jail for a few decades. Now, if they bring back vigilante justice, it'd be a different story.

And if you read Biblical law, it also says to stone to death a woman who cheats on her husband. A little harsh, don't you think? Plus, all that good stuff about separation of church and state.
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