From the New York Times. In a way, it explains the police force’s tardiness – who could imagine such horrendous acts? Normal people just don’t think like these two guys. Fry ’em.
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If the police had intervened sooner and with the proper force there might not be any need for the time and expense of a trial, although I fear that the police would then be on trial, since the outcome would have been different.
So, yes, I hardly see a need for a trial since “defense” can only consist of excuses and possible missteps which should hardly change the outcome.
I say let the surviving father put the bullet into each of these guys head unless he chooses not to.
I just listened to the 911 call placed from the bank while Mrs. Petit was still in the lobby. After 4 minutes, the officer told the caller he was sending a detective TO THE BANK, in spite of being told repeatedly that the family was being held hostage at the home.
So you feel the police should rush to aid a family only if the situation is perfectly well explained in advance, without any “confusing” aspects?
Absolutely not, Jimbo, I was just trying to understand why the Chesire police screwed things up so badly, and the explanation I came up with is that they couldn’t get their minds around such an evil, horrid act. GPD Folks had the answer I was hoping for: they’ll come in through the door, the window or the walls – no waiting.
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