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Old 02-11-2012, 09:24 PM
Location: United States
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So all of your hateful comments make you feel superior? I will never defend a killer, but there is such thing as mental illness. If she is a Sociopath her brain is wired differently. Tragic what she did, but she needs to be in a mental institution for severe evaluation. If she turns out not to be a sociopath then she should be sent to prison. But why any of you are wishing death on her is beyond me. Murder is murder and its wrong no matter which way it goes. Replace vengeance and hate with love and forgiveness.

Old 02-12-2012, 12:22 PM
Location: Powdersville
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Originally Posted by tijlover View Post
As young and attractive as she is, I doubt very much if her prison life will be anything remotely like hell. Most likely, some older woman prisoner will probably latch on to her very quickly, with a large commissary account, and treat her like a queen, protect her from being attacked!

Any number of inmates today, who follow the news, think us most outsiders are living in pure hell! Look what they've got many outsiders don't have: free health care, no cable bills, no job insecurity, no constant updating of resumes, no utility bills, rent, motgage to pay every month, 3 meals a day, free books to read, lots of time to play cards, and if so inclined, sex everyday!
Originally Posted by skel1977 View Post
Most women in prison prefer women that look like men. Its not a lesbian porno film in prison. I use to be a corrections officer and the women who want other womens attention cut their hair, hide their boobs and act butch.
I too served as a Corrections Officer and can say that the atmosphere in prison is not uplifting nor to be romanticized. I take your point about being "taken care of" but this is always at a cost and is always on a slippery slope.
Free healthcare:check - highest rates of TB, HIV, STDs: check
No cable bills: check - No cable TV: check (not where I served at least)
No mortgage, utility bills: check - No say when the lights go on/off: check
3 meals a day: check No choice of what is offered: check
Looking over your shoulder: check
Routine threats of violence: check
Not Sunday School: check

Her life being hell, maybe - maybe not. But as previously posted, remember, we have our freedom and live in the greatest country on earth.
Old 03-02-2012, 08:26 PM
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Excellent post, and a great reminder of what freedoms we have here.
Yeah, life is a struggle outside prison walls. But, danged, one hasn't yet struggled until their freedom is gone.
Old 03-05-2012, 06:02 AM
Location: The western periphery of Terra Australis
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Pity the suicide didn't work out. It does seem a case of sociopathy though.
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