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on: July 07, 2010, 02:56:41 AM 1 Forum Rules and Information / Introductions / Re: hi im loulou from england

Hi welcome Loulou I am from Scotland  :-*

on: July 05, 2010, 10:24:08 AM 2 Across the Globe / World Crime Related News / Re: police had been given warning (source sky news)

Never say Never - anything can happen if enough people are in agreement and speak up LOUDLY

The British are far too apathetic to try for Capital Punishment.  We are so lenient on our criminals that it is beyond a joke.  The best is child killers - we will give them 8 years or so then release them with a new identity paid for with taxes.  Don't get me started on this one, it makes me sick to my stomach.  The only way they get true 'life' is if they are proved to have mental problems.  The UK Justice system is a joke which is one of the reasons that you have you so many UK fans on this forum

on: July 04, 2010, 07:19:39 AM 3 General Death Penalty / Brittany Holberg / Re: Brittany Holberg 986488

That prisoners, both male and female, find  God is not a news shattering event, nor is the fact that they try to use their
newly found religious fervor to try gain sympathetic browny points in some futile  attempt to escape their richly deserved punishment. The only thing that religion does in my opinion is allow the pos to feel good about themselves while awaiting their sentence. To quote both Denzel Washington, and Gen.Norman Swartzkoff," It is not our job to judge these folk, thats Gods job, our job is to arrange the meeting "

on: July 04, 2010, 06:00:26 AM 4 General Death Penalty / Executed Offenders (Graveyard) / Re: Jonathan Green - TX - 6/30/10

Boy oh boy...... I shall take a Britanny Ferries immediately!

I have now retired, apart from being Mayor of our local town and have more time on my hands. There must be something good about getting old but I have not yet figured out what the hell it is yet!

on: July 03, 2010, 10:37:30 AM 5 Forum Rules and Information / Introductions / Re: hi im loulou from england

Hello from a barmily warm Newcastle, hope you enjoy the site

on: July 03, 2010, 06:57:08 AM 6 Forum Rules and Information / Introductions / Re: hi im loulou from england

Hi Louise - welcome, welcome, welcome to this board.

There are quite a few from the UK here, and you will find us all with the same mind.  All your views will be read and your opinions listened to on this board.  We are a great bunch of people who honour the victims of crime.  Some antis think that we cheer every execution and that we are a blood thirsty lot, but they don't understand that we believe in justice.

I am sorry that such evil things have happened to you in the past.  Many of us have been touched by evil, even within our own family and here you will find a sympathetic ear, open heart and fantastic support.

No matter what has happened in your life, remember that none of it was your fault.  It is a creed by which I live and breathe and has helped me to overcome evil.

I am glad you are here and really look forward to your posts. 

If have similar feelings to myself you admire the USA's brand of justice.  If we but had it here..............

on: July 03, 2010, 03:59:55 AM 7 Forum Rules and Information / Introductions / Re: hi im loulou from england

Hi Loulou and welcome.

I am also English although now live in the US.

I am enjoying your posts and am sorry to hear of your traumatic victim experiences.

Best wishes,


on: July 03, 2010, 02:16:48 AM 8 Forum Rules and Information / Introductions / Re: hi im loulou from england

Hello louise (if I can) :)

I join Grandma and Karen and I say to you : Welcome to this site/forum  :-*

I have English blood so I appreciate members who come from England lol  ;)

I am also sorry for what happened in your life  :-[

I think that here you are on the ritght place  :)


on: July 02, 2010, 11:11:39 PM 9 Forum Rules and Information / Introductions / Re: hi im loulou from england

Welcome Loulou  :-*  :-*

Great group of people from all over the world join together here all with a common interest which is Justice for the victims and their families.

Many of us here are also victims of horrible crimes and it's nice to be able to talk freely about our feelings with others who have been in our place.   Some of us are just starting our judicial journey while others have had the heartbreak of one delay after another. 

I've enjoyed reading your posts and look forward to reading more.

Kitten Resq

on: July 02, 2010, 09:14:20 PM 10 Forum Rules and Information / Introductions / Re: hi im loulou from england

so much for my flawless introduction  :-[

Loulou, you can use the modify button to correct your posts if you post it then find an error.  It's much easier than trying to post a correction. ;D ;D

Anyway, it is nice to have another very plain spoken person who speaks her mind on the site. :-* :-*

I have enjoyed your posts and look forward to many many more.

I am sorry you have been a victim of crimes.  But it does give you a much better insight into the criminal mind than some of those who have never been touched by crime. :-*

on: July 02, 2010, 02:01:42 PM 11 General Death Penalty / Executed Offenders (Graveyard) / Re: Peter Cantu - Texas - 8/17/10

I wonder if they would be fans if left in the middle of nowhere  alone with them.......

 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

That is their fantasy, loulou.  Those lamebrains fantasize about being alone with someone so wild, so wicked, so evil, then taming the beast within, changing the man to be a lover not a fighter, loving the woman, doing THINGS to her................  pant, pant, can you hear the vibrators humming in the background?

Their tiny little brains do not encompass the actual danger they would be in with the murderer of their choice.  The danger in the man is alluring to them.  They believe he would NEVER hurt her.  The woman will be his saving angel and these "innocent men" will be these women's Rhett Butler. ;D ;D ;D ;D

The term is Hybristophilia.
Read more about it here in this thread To Love, Honor, and Perish Understanding Hybristophilia.

on: July 02, 2010, 01:41:36 PM 12 General Death Penalty / Executed Offenders (Graveyard) / Re: Jonathan Green - TX - 6/30/10

It is the absurdity of such prolonged periods on DR. Many people would develop serios mental health issues in similar circumstances.

This is one of the reasons why I cannot support US DP in its present form. The other is why OJ Simpson did not find himself on DR.


I would rather have a few appeals than find out later someone was actually innocent of the charges.  Not that it happens often, but it has happened.  And while I totally agree with you that it is absurd that it takes so long to get these appeals over with to get the POS executed, I would rather they be executed eventually than never. 

And you know that I speak from experience here.  While we have been within days of getting this torment in our lives over with, now we are in a holding pattern again.  There is no doubt in our minds that she is guilty, and these are delaying tactics to keep her alive.  It is costly and unreal, but I have real hopes it will eventually be over and done with, however long we have to wait till it happens.  Then we will have justice in our case.  At least I still have hope.

As to OJ Simpson, it was the blacks on the jury, who were (in their mind) paying back all white people for any social injustice they had ever experienced in their lives.  I kind of think the few whites on the jury were afraid to vote guilty, because of the racial hatred during the trial and fear of what would happen to them.   

OJ benefited from the racial prejudice and hatred he and his so called "Dream Team" created.  (I called them the Nightmare Team)  The racial accusations in that trial was one of the most divisive issues I have ever seen in the US.  It created a lot of hard feelings in both black and white cultures.  Though they found him innocent, when it came to the civil suit, he was found guilty, as he should have been found in the criminal trial.

The strange part of this is, that OJ thought of himself as white up till the trial.  He was married to a white woman, had mostly white friends and had several white people on his Dream Team.  He only became black after he murdered his wife and Johnny Cochran became his lead scumyer.  There is no doubt in my mind that the jury knew in their hearts that he was guilty, but they let him go anyway as a poke in the eye or a raised middle finger to white America.   Was it fair?  NO!  Was it right?  NO!

But at least he had his day in court.  He still did not totally get away with it.  He paid for it in other ways, just not with his life.  Most Americans know he is guilty, and now he is serving time in prison, because he is a criminal and just could not stop getting himself into trouble with the law and blaming it on racism.  He  is a black hole in the criminal history of trials, but he still paid in many ways for what he did.  And his life is not over yet, so he will continue to pay for his crimes one way or another. 

on: July 01, 2010, 06:25:05 PM 14 General Death Penalty / Executed Offenders (Graveyard) / Re: Michael James Perry - TX - 07/01/10

Do we have the last meal identified?   ???

3 grams of Sodium thiopental (medium well), 100 mg Pancuronium Bromide (with sour cream and chives on the side), a light Potassium chloride salad with a twist of lemon; and, a carafe of saline to wash it all down.   ;D

on: June 30, 2010, 03:53:54 PM 15 General Death Penalty / Executed Offenders (Graveyard) / Re: Jonathan Green - TX - 6/30/10

Just heard about the stay. This is terrible! And freakin' unbelievable. I'm just sitting here shaking my head. They say Green needs to "have a rational understanding" of why he's being executed. Well, then, suppose we conduct a seance and ask poor Christina Neal if SHE had a "rational understanding" of what was to come once Green met up with her back in June 2000. She was a 12-year-old girl, deserving of 60+ more years of life, but instead that monster Green snuffed her life out and now, 10 years later, is trying every avenue he can to escape his punishment. Oh my god. He makes me sick. What a coward. I just can't believe this. What a blow to the Neal family's years of pursuing justice for their loved one. Texas, you've made a mistake on this one... Hopefully they'll get all this "mental retardation/schizophrenia" stuff out of the way soon so that Green can go ahead and be executed. Like another poster said before, this is one case in which you really wish the punishment could fit the crime. Green should suffer just like Christina Neal did.  >:(
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