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Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Brutal, sadistic, murdering rapist executed.

Regarding brutal, sadistic, murdering rapists

(Cross posted from "Ain't Gonna Take It Anymore")
Some people are anti-death penalty. I respect their views and expect them to respect mine. I am anti-death too -- for the VICTIMS of inhuman creatures like this man and his gang members. This gang member and buddies don't deserve to live. This one got 15 years more of life than his victims did.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080806/ap_on_re_us/texas_execution

Has photos of the girls and a recap of the crime:

http://www.murdervictims.com/Voices/jeneliz.html

(damaged tissue decomposes faster than normal tissue. These little girls suffered horribly before they were murdered. While one was on her knees being strangled, one of the gang members kicked her teeth out. Their last few hours on earth were a horror to endure).

Update: Killer Executed!!
http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/front/5924476.html

On article page, photo of the murderer has 1 -2 -3 above it. Numbers 2 and 3 are pictures of the little 14 yr old and 16 yr old victims of this monster and his buddies. This tragic case really captured the minds and hearts of Houstonians when it occured and many still follow the story. Comments at the end of the article reveal the opinion of a lot of people.

Mexican prisons are often hellholes for Americans locked up over there but Mexico wants to whine and complain about their citizens having to take responsibility and pay for crimes they commit over here in our country. That killer came to this country with his illegal alien parents when he was a small child and has been reared as an American. But then he wanted to claim his "rights" as a Mexican citizen - a fact that was never brought up until recently in appeals.

Even when Consuls investigate a case of one of their citizens in a foreign prison, all they can do is try to see that the prisoner is treated as well as other inmates. Their involvement does NOT affect the course of justice. In this case, justice has been served but it doesn't bring back those girls who had NO JUSTiCE from their brutal rapists/murderers.

COMMENTS:
Blogger Worried American said...

There are church members who regularly visit death row convicts. I used to drive a member to visit and went in also to avoid waiting in the car in the Texas heat.Several of the death row inmates told of how the murderers boasted of the rape/murders and regaled others with details of their actions as if they had done a great, macho deed.

One of the juveniles had been a student of my friend, "Professor" Bob. Bob had mentored the boy, met his mother and dined with them on a number of occasions. He said the juvenile was a "sweet, good boy and good student, very loving and respectful to his mother".Too bad he failed to be sweet and good and respectful to other females. Bob was very shocked when he read the news of the boy's involvement in such a terrible, vicious crime.

One of the gang members was suspected of murdering another woman and police had good evidence against him. However, the D.A. believed that the Pena/Ertman case would bring the death penalty and that another prosecution would be redundant.

I have ambivalent feelings about the death penalty but in some cases I approve. This is one of them. Right-to-lifers plead that execution is wrong. These two little teen agers had a right to life also. Their sadistic killers forfeited their rights. When executed, there is no possibility that some namby-pamby parole board will release them later upon the public to murder again - as has happened in the past.

Wednesday, August 06, 2008 6:35:00 AM

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Blogger The Beltway B@stard said...

I've always supported the death penalty, especially in extreme circumstances such as this.

Prison is no different than torture in some of these cases. Beat someone long enough, and they'll say anything to get out - up to and including false remorse.

"eff" them all.

Thursday, August 07, 2008 4:48:00 AM

Blogger Dusty Rose said...

I agree with the death penalty in special circumstances and this is one of them. My 15 year old daughter was raped but thank goodness she didn't suffer the fate of the Pena and Ertman girls. My heart aches for their parents and what they have had to endure. Going back to court each time one of those bastards wins an appeal and another time in court must be pure hell for them, allowing them no closure and no peace. Losing a child is a parent's worst nightmare but especially in such a sadistic, terrifying manner must be almost impossible to live with.

Thursday, August 07, 2008 11:02:00 PM




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  • At Wednesday, August 06, 2008 6:35:00 AM , Blogger Worried American said...

    There are church members who regularly visit death row convicts. I used to drive a member to visit and went in also to avoid waiting in the car in the Texas heat.Several of the death row inmates told of how the murderers boasted of the rape/murders and regaled others with details of their actions as if they had done a great, macho deed.

    One of the juveniles had been a student of my friend, "Professor" Bob. Bob had mentored the boy, met his mother and dined with them on a number of occasions. He said the juvenile was a "sweet, good boy and good student, very loving and respectful to his mother".Too bad he failed to be sweet and good and respectful to other females. Bob was very shocked when he read the news of the boy's involvement in such a terrible, vicious crime.

    One of the gang members was suspected of murdering another woman and police had good evidence against him. However, the D.A. believed that the Pena/Ertman case would bring the death penalty and that another prosecution would be redundant.

    I have ambivalent feelings about the death penalty but in some cases I approve. This is one of them. Right-to-lifers plead that execution is wrong. These two little teen agers had a right to life also. Their sadistic killers forfeited their rights. When executed, there is no possibility that some namby-pamby parole board will release them later upon the public to murder again - as has happened in the past.

     
  • At Thursday, August 07, 2008 4:48:00 AM , Blogger The Beltway B@stard said...

    I've always supported the death penalty, especially in extreme circumstances such as this.

    Prison is no different than torture in some of these cases. Beat someone long enough, and they'll say anything to get out - up to and including false remorse.

    "eff" them all.

     
  • At Thursday, August 07, 2008 11:02:00 PM , Blogger Dusty Rose said...

    I agree with the death penalty in special circumstances and this is one of them. My 15 year old daughter was raped but thank goodness she didn't suffer the fate of the Pena and Ertman girls. My heart aches for their parents and what they have had to endure. Going back to court each time one of those bastards wins an appeal and another time in court must be pure hell for them, allowing them no closure and no peace. Losing a child is a parent's worst nightmare but especially in such a sadistic, terrifying manner must be almost impossible to live with.

     

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