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Death penalty foes won't take a stand in Colorado

texexpatriate Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 3:42 PM
Jonah, Jonah, Jonah! Death penalty foes won't have to take a stand in Colorado. Holmes will plead innocent by reason of insantiy, and in Colorado that means he will go scot free after a term in a state hospital. I know. I worked for the University of Colorado Medical Center (now Health Science Center) when a young mother drowned her two children in the bathtub. They sent her to Penrose State Hospital and released her as "sane" a few years later. Ten years or so after that she had remarried, had two more children, and drowned them in a bathtub. Holmes can already document his mental illness (remember, he sent his plans to his psychiatrist!) and will get off because of Colorado's (leftist) law.
John1324 Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 9:32 PM
"will get off because of Colorado's (leftist) law." unless another patient decide he can be a hero by giving Holmes justice.
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