posted on Jan, 13 2004 @ 09:58 AM
Originally posted by John Nada
I must say though I gain no satisfaction from this, I feel he has cheated justice and the victims families (even though I'm sure they're not sorry),
he should've been made to live with what he did.
I agree, but do some of these people have any remorse for what they have done? Did he admit it? Did he say he was sorry? I do not know his story.
The killer that does not care, is not sorry, has no remorse, leaving them alive to live with their crime is not justice. They just have a smaller
home and still don't care. They will apply for parole eventually.
It would have been nice to know exactly how many and who it was that he had a hand in. But if I were one of the family members of the group of 45 that
is still unknown, I don't think I would want to know.
Personally I do not know of any form of justice that would make me happy if someone was to kill one of my family. I don't think there is anything in
this world that would make up for it.