« Last post by Sap1 on July 20, 2016, 03:08:09 PM »
I agree Debbie. That bolded part is what slays me. They are going to have to look at other similar unsolved cases since his release. Good project for us too.
Jobo, I immediately thought of Amber's case as well. Same viciousness and same sentencing. Again, I wonder if Falconer's background was the reason he got out so soon. He wasn't that bright of a person and had a very dysfunctional upbringing.
Ruby, that could be a possibility that the judge thought having him out sooner will get him behind bars longer in the future, however that judge would be playing roulette with innocent lives.
Cape, you know where judges generally live ... they are probably quite certain it will never happen to their family. Someone who has no inclination to work, just steal, will never be living close to a judge, but perhaps the judge went easy on him so he doesn't get hit years later in revenge.
The gruesome details made me almost vomit. The man pleaded for his life, saying he had a family with children. That was no deterrent bc he was euphoric already, loving the slaughter. I wonder if this guy changed his name or stayed away from getting caught for anything major, as there isn't anything on the Net about him since this murder. That background made such a significant impact is shocking.