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Miami Cat Killer RELEASED

Adriana Garcia-RomanAdriana Garcia-Roman HollywoodMember Posts: 4,134
ALERT: This suspect has been released. I would not trust a house arrest bracelet to stop him from killing again, if indeed he is the perpetrator. here is a link to the ch 4 web page story.


  • terri echolsterri echols kalamazooMember Posts: 4,758
    edited 17 February, 2011
    a little perspective? the young man stands ACCUSED. your title is deceptive and inflammatory-at least say ACCUSED instead of just, "cat killer released". your title makes it sound like he was convicted and released, instead of being out on bail while awaiting trial. news flash. people accused of murdering humans get out on bail, and they don't always even have to wear ankle bracelets! with an ankle bracelet they will know where he is at all times...if he's supposed to be in the house, if he leaves, they will know. he's not "the man who walks through walls", he doesn't have the power to cloud men's minds or any other superpower that i'm aware of-he's a teenager ACCUSED of a crime, who has already been convicted in the minds of so many...shouldn't we back off of this a bit until we know the facts?
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