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  • golorealist Dec 21, 2012

    the sad part is that the kids are going to grow up without a mother or a father, and they will eventually learn what happened to their mother. what a way to end a custody dispute.

  • ndadszucs Dec 21, 2012

    youpeoplearesoentertaining, as much as I want to agree with your sentiment, I just can bring myself to. We as human beings should be better than them. I do wish that I could wish them the same amount of pain they inflicted. RIP, Laura.

  • youpeoplearesoentertaining Dec 21, 2012

    Too bad we can't give those two the same method of death they gave Laura....

  • CharmedLife Dec 21, 2012

    Totally agree with computer trainer!!!

  • Rebelyell55 Dec 20, 2012

    I support the death penalty, my only complaint is when it's pretty much clear cut and all evidences proof beyond all doublt, why does it's take so long? Oh I know, someone will put a law through, that igorne the evidences and let them live.

  • computer trainer Dec 20, 2012

    Yeah, let's support him for the next 60 years. I say send him to AZ and let him live in the tent city.

  • charmcclainlovesdogs2 Dec 20, 2012

    Life in prison would served him good. No parole either.

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