A short case study on the criminal justice system in Char/Meck, NC

Posted by: ST on August 16, 2010 at 11:23 pm

and how it has cost a 2 year old boy his life.

I’m so sick over this I can’t think straight.

Justice for Amias!

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5 Responses to “A short case study on the criminal justice system in Char/Meck, NC”

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  1. camojack says:

    Sometimes, there is no justice… :(

  2. This is such a sad story. It looks like low-life Alexander was released from prison after only a few months in 2008 after the four 2007 felonies. Ideally and in hindsight he should have received life in prison for the four felonies. We need to stop codling these psychopaths and find a way to hold them accountable for their actions and keep them in prison for the full duration of their sentences.

  3. WunderKraut says:

    That is the saddest thing I have read in a while….Now my blood is boiling mad. I just dont get it. Someone like him walks free over and over again. I just dont get it.

  4. Zippy says:

    Sadly, it happens everywhere, all the time. Only the most high profile cases do we hear about.

  5. Carlos says:

    I am convinced that the only way to change the way paroles and probations are handed out like candy is to make the person/persons responsible for such releases responsible for the custody of that person in his/her home for a period of 12 months, minimum.

    Then they would get to experience the joy of the terror they unleash on the “small people.”