Saturday, June 28, 2014

Shooting probe: Two more suspects deny charges

Stolen drugs may have played a role in the shooting of an alleged teenage gang member in Springfield earlier this month, according to court records released Friday.
http://rutlandherald.com/article/20140628/NEWS02/706289937

6 comments :

  1. Judge Karen Carroll, at it again.

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  2. Why would you release ANYONE who knowingly was involved in committing a violent crime. Why is it that because of these offenders ages we assume they don't have common sense to know they are DOING WRONG yet we hold the adults more accountable. These trash have the ability to know right from wrong-knowingly and willfully and should face the same harsh reality of their action. What is it going to take to get these judges to impose the harshest reality upon them. Then and only then will the dealers stop coming here because the risk will outweigh the reward.

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  3. I'm so glad I moved away!

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  4. Lock them all up.

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  5. If we could make "Judge" Carroll take them home with her, I"m sure she would not be releasing them. Can we not have her removed in the interest of public safety?

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  6. "•Vermont judges may be impeached by a two-thirds vote of the house of representatives and convicted by a two-thirds vote of the senate. "

    Now all we have to do is replace the ninnies in the state legislature with people who actually care about the cirizens who elected them.

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