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John Couey
Judge To Toss Monster's Confession


John Couey, 46 years old, will go to trail on July 10, 2006. He had already been admitted to killing Jessica Lunsford, and in fact, had told authorities EXACTLY where the little girl's body would be found.

Is there a problem? There sure is, because he now says his rights were violated because he had asked, over and over again, for a lawyer, and the sheriff's continued interrogating him, and gave him a polygraph test without ever getting him his lawyer, which is violation of Couey's rights, and now, the judge has had no choice but to toss out Couey's confession!!

Had these sheriffs’s not bungled it, (kind of a REPEAT of the O.J. Simpson trail) gotten him a lawyer when he asked for one, this trail would have gone along as smooth as could be. Why in the world would these sheriffs’s do such a thing, knowing full well of the inevitable consequences of denying the man an attorney, and especially with such an important case?

John Couey is the man who broke into Jessica Lunsford's home and kidnapped the little 9 year old gifl from her own bedroom, raped her, then buried her alive! When they found her little body, back in February of 2005, they found her in a kneeling position, clutching at her stuffed animal! My God, the inhumane horror this monster caused this little girl!

I've ALWAYS been against the death penalty, not because I pity criminal, because I've always felt that a few innocent men and women have been put to death. But cases like this one are quickly changing my mind!

I feel this man should be spared his life. Death is too good for him. If I had the power to punish this man, I would dig a DEEP hole; place him inside, place a thick steal hollow tube in his mouth, which would give him access to air. Then I'd cover the hole, and let him stay there for years, until NATRUAL death would consumed him.

I never use the word "HATE" on the web.
But I will this time.
I HATE this man monster!




JessicaLunsford



WHAT are your thoughts on these two sheriff's?

HOW would YOU personally DEAL with Couey,
if you had the power?


Defense In Child-Killing Case
Asks Judge To Toss Confession


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Comments

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pggmilltn
Jun. 30th, 2006 10:21 pm (UTC)
It's things like this that remind me of why it is that it's a bad thing for people to forgo proper procedures and processes in favor of expediency. I believe that was one rational for trying the inmates at gitmo the way they were going to be tried, and as near as I can recall no inmates have actually been tried yet years after the fact. Government agencies need to dot every I, cross every T, and keep the printer free from bugs.
playgirl
Jun. 30th, 2006 10:31 pm (UTC)
Look what happened when these two sheriff's DIDN'T dot every I and cross ever T.
ormembar
Jun. 30th, 2006 11:22 pm (UTC)
No creo que exista pena en este mundo suficiente para castigar a cosas asi, lamentablemente la ley humana no es infalible y las leyes existentes castigaran tanto a inocentes como culpables, en lo personal buscaria un metodo que hiciera sufrir a estos monstruos lo que hicieron a sus victimas pero no seria suficiente aun asi...
playgirl
Jul. 1st, 2006 12:19 am (UTC)
Sí amigo, es verdad que no existe castigo suficiente para este perverso odioso. Es un caso imperdonable lo que él hizo con esta pequeña niña. ¡Después de secuestrar la niña de su priopio hogar, y violarla, todavía el monstruo tuvo que entrar la viva! Que horror!

¡Ni dejando los leones que se lo coman vivo es suficiente castigo para este demonio!
ormembar
Jul. 3rd, 2006 05:42 pm (UTC)
Ni haciendole lo mismo pagaria el daño que ha hecho. Son de las cosas de la condición humana que nunca entendere...
uglyface2
Jul. 1st, 2006 12:19 am (UTC)
I'd imagine that the sheriffs have made their chances of being re-elected much, much harder. If the people responsible for screwing this up aren't terminated, then there's something very wrong with their departments.
immortalita
Jul. 1st, 2006 01:40 am (UTC)
I don't know how any lawyer could be disgusting enough to defend the man in court. Public appointed attorney or not, the man gave up his rights when he attacked the girl.

It's moments like this I hate liberals and their pussy ass ways that have lead to court outcomes like this.

But you know what? Anyone on that jury will know he did it, and if they don't, then the prosecution has done a terrible job.

And if they he IS somehow acquited, I will hunt him down and kill him myself. I promise.
daddy
Jul. 1st, 2006 02:27 am (UTC)
There used to be a malady that cows would get downn here called Hollow tail, it was not a real illness but you could not tell some farnmers that. The "cure" that they would do, was to splut the cows tail put salt in it and then wrap it up again. I think that would be a fitting punnishment for him. Split his dick, pack it full of salt and then tie it back up. After he is finished screaming then shoot his balls off and let him bleed to death. I feel that is fitting...

Just my 2 cents.
duoraven
Jul. 1st, 2006 05:13 am (UTC)
Nothing on earth is more disturbing or saddening than violence against children. I was an intern in the St. Louis Cirtcuit Attorney's office once and the lawyers and investigators working in the sex crimes unit (which dealt mostly with children) got burnt out very quickly.

A case like this, it's hard to get mad at the judge for what he did--but it remains to be seen if the girl's body will be thrown out as evidence according to the "fruit of the venemous vine" ruling. I never want to defend a man like that (if man can be used for him). I mean, I know that by defending the guilty defense attorneys ultimately protect the innocent, but it's not way for a person to make a living.

I don't know many details about the case, but I would like to think the police officers jumped the gun because they were holding out that the girl was still alive. Imagine how much they would have hated themselves if they would have gotten the guy a lawyer, he would not have talked for days, and they later discovered that the girl died over that time. Still, rules are rules, and we have them for a reason.

As to what I would do to the monster if I had the power, I'm very grateful that I am not in that position.

I once told someone I was opposed to the death penalty and they threw the Dukakis question at me "if your wife or child was raped or murdered, would you still oppose the death penalty?"

While I am not yet married or have a child, I feel I replied honestly: "if it were my wife or daughter, I would want them to die, and I can't gurantee that if I ever met them, that I wouldn't kill them...but that would be wrong of me, and I should be punished for it."
grinomyte
Jul. 1st, 2006 08:49 am (UTC)
to point out .. .

what if the girl had been alive? And they had gone through proper procedure, gotten a lawyer, and then delayed, and then she had died?

What would the stance be then? I'm not saying one is right and one is wrong, but if it were me and my only interest was the safety of another individual, proper procedure wouldn't be high up on my list.

It doens't matter anyway, the body remains admissible in court, only the past confession is not. His testimony will be admissible as well.
a_phoenix
Jul. 6th, 2006 04:57 pm (UTC)
Yes, unthinkable things happen. And our justice system is not perfect. But I agree there is a time when the death penalty is the proper penalty. Another one was for Tim McVeigh.

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