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Old 06-07-2013, 09:22 PM
 
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I read where he died from Hepatitis C. I guess he finally got to meet Satan. He was pure evil.
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Old 06-07-2013, 09:35 PM
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Location: Spurs country. "Go, Spurs, Go!"
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California has a history of "bleeding" when it comes to KNOWN killers. The Night Stalker was definitely a "known" serial killer that should have been executed the day of his death sentence. Is there anyone on this board that seriously believes he was innocent or did not receive a fair trial, thus he should not have been executed "just in case he was innocent"? This (his natural death instead of his being executed) is a total miscarriage of justice to not only his victims but to all who suffered in fear while he was on his killing spree.

Here is another California "bleed": Manson killer Charles "Tex" Watson was allowed to reproduce while in prison ON DEATH ROW! I read this many years ago and was furious then and am still outraged now.

"On October 21, 1971, Watson was sentenced to death. He escaped execution when the California Supreme Court's People v. Anderson decision resulted in the invalidation of all death sentences imposed in California prior to 1972......

In 1979, he married Kristin Joan Svege. Through conjugal visits they were able to have four children, but those visits for life prisoners were banned in October 1996".

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Old 06-07-2013, 10:28 PM
 
Location: Dublin, CA
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California has a history of "bleeding" when it comes to KNOWN killers. The Night Stalker was definitely a "known" serial killer that should have been executed the day of his death sentence. Is there anyone on this board that seriously believes he was innocent or did not receive a fair trial, thus he should not have been executed "just in case he was innocent"? This (his natural death instead of his being executed) is a total miscarriage of justice to not only his victims but to all who suffered in fear while he was on his killing spree.

Here is another California "bleed": Manson killer Charles "Tex" Watson was allowed to reproduce while in prison ON DEATH ROW! I read this many years ago and was furious then and am still outraged now.

"On October 21, 1971, Watson was sentenced to death. He escaped execution when the California Supreme Court's People v. Anderson decision resulted in the invalidation of all death sentences imposed in California prior to 1972......

In 1979, he married Kristin Joan Svege. Through conjugal visits they were able to have four children, but those visits for life prisoners were banned in October 1996".
And Richard Ramirez was allowed to get married in prison too:

'Night Stalker's' wife: 'Hometown girl makes bad' - latimes.com

Among them was journalist Doreen Lioy, who had seen his mug shot on TV and perceived what she called his “vulnerability.”

They fell in love through prison Plexiglass and were allowed to touch – and marry – in 1996.

In the inmate visiting room, it was common to see the newlyweds nuzzling while they enjoyed vending-machine snacks.
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Old 06-08-2013, 07:19 PM
 
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Satanic serial killer Richard 'Night Stalker' Ramirez turned green before his death: sources

The NYPost article saids Richard Ramirez looked like the Jolly Green Giant before he died. What kind of
medical condition can turn human skin color to green hue like that? I will like to see a pic of that if this
is really real or just urban legend.
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Old 06-09-2013, 12:50 AM
 
Location: Ft. Myers
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He loved the Devil so much it is nice to see he will finally be able to spend eternity with his buddy. There are some human beings who simply need to be dealt with like we would deal with a rabid animal, and he was a perfect example.

Don
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Old 06-09-2013, 02:01 AM
 
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Satanic serial killer Richard 'Night Stalker' Ramirez turned green before his death: sources

The NYPost article saids Richard Ramirez looked like the Jolly Green Giant before he died. What kind of
medical condition can turn human skin color to green hue like that? I will like to see a pic of that if this
is really real or just urban legend.
Maybe he was really, really, really, really envious of something or someone?
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Old 06-09-2013, 12:55 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas
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I hope they disclose the specific medical condition...at 53 it wasn't "old age".

This man was an absolute monster.
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Old 06-09-2013, 02:11 PM
 
Location: Australia
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Good riddance. His victims' lives have been ruined forever.
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Old 06-10-2013, 11:02 AM
 
Location: US
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Satanic serial killer Richard 'Night Stalker' Ramirez turned green before his death: sources

The NYPost article saids Richard Ramirez looked like the Jolly Green Giant before he died. What kind of
medical condition can turn human skin color to green hue like that? I will like to see a pic of that if this
is really real or just urban legend.

I want to see a pic too. I know..morbid. But really am medically curious. Bruises go green so I assume its something similar to that:

Biliverdin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Biliverdin has been found in excess in the blood of humans suffering from hepatic diseases. Jaundice is caused by the accumulation of biliverdin or bilirubin (or both) in the circulatory system and tissues."

Bilirubin is the yellow toned one.
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Old 01-28-2014, 08:37 AM
 
Location: So Ca
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The attorney who defended Richard Ramirez has died. (What a thankless job he must have had.)
Ray Clark dies - latimes.com
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