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  • geraniumposey Apr 17, 2014

    I should hope so. What a ridiculous woman.

  • dh1964 Apr 16, 2014

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    The judge didn't make that decision - the prosecution chose not to pursue the death penalty, probably for very good strategic reasons.

  • fifefan4life Apr 16, 2014

    Don't mess with Texas.

  • Bonnie Hoover Apr 16, 2014
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    Up to 16 years for helping commit a murder here in North Carolina and up to 20 for tampering with evidence in Texas. What does that tell you about our LAWS here in North Carolina?

  • "Screen Name-8/20" Apr 16, 2014

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    AMEN!!!

    How much more is he costing us besides room and board, when he ties up further manpower resources working to track him down and deal with him for these further infractions.

    Lord protect us from judges who think a life sentence is appropriate sentence for uncivilized beasts who commit horrors upon others like he did.

  • Barbara Sossomon Apr 16, 2014
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    Why is Grant Hayes NOT in Central Prison? Wish TX had tried him. They know how to give a Death Sentence!

  • Ron Kemp Apr 16, 2014
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    Twenty years in a Texas prison sounds like what she deserves.

  • "Screen Name-8/20" Apr 16, 2014

    Cool - love it!!!
    Mighty prayers for the children!!!

  • Obamacare returns again Apr 16, 2014

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    Don't we all wish.

  • appstate1996 Apr 16, 2014

    She can get 20 years in TX if found guilty...I'll take it. She is a nut case!

  • Obamacare returns again Apr 16, 2014

    Are they going to hit her with a littering charge now?

  • Milton Bailey Apr 16, 2014
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    If Grant tries to escape again, try him for that and then HANG him. That will accomplish 2 things, 1- reduce the cost to keep him locke up to 0, 2- stop him from trying to escape.

  • anotherbabyboomer Apr 16, 2014

    Great she needs more time.

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