Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Make T.J. Go Away, Updated

What should Thomas J Lane that he's taken so much away?

I know that this is going to be a point of controversy (it already is) in the weeks to come.

I considered it, myself.

And then I read THIS .

Now I think that T.J. Lane should get the death penalty. And I don't care about how he was raised...or what his parents did...or how young he is...or what his emotional problems are.

He's got a much bigger problem now and it is one of his own making.

Thomas J Lane planned his attack. He (obviously) wrote stories about it. Then he walked in, sat down and opened fire. He fatally wounded three young people without a shred of mercy. And he shot two more people and never missed a beat.

As far as I'm concerned, Lane gave up the right to his mortal existence the first time that he pulled the trigger, that day. He had delusions of grandeur and no appreciation for what he already had.

Truly, T.J. Lane is a fool. A dangerous one.

He obtained a weapon and ammunition. He worked-out a plan. And then he followed-through with his injure and execute a handful of innocent human beings. T.J. Lane knew exactly what he was doing when he did it.

Now he deserves to die. And when the legal wheels stop turning, I sincerely hope he gets capital punishment.


According to the Associated Press: "Children convicted of juvenile crimes in Ohio are typically behind bars only until they turn 21 in the most serious cases. But Prosecutor David Joyce has already said he plans to charge Lane as an adult, meaning he could face life in prison without parole if convicted of similar adult charges.

Minors are not eligible for the death penalty in Ohio, whether they are convicted as juveniles or adults."


Daniel Parmertor's funeral will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. at St. Mary's Church in Chardon.

Demetrius Hewlin's funeral will be on Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the Church of St. Mary.

Russell King's funeral will take place on Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Church of St. Mary. Address: 401 North Street, Chardon, Ohio.

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