Black Window Sentence!!!!

@Rozie37 (15505)
Turkmenistan
July 15, 2008 9:45pm CST
I am very happy to announce that these two low life greedy women have been taken off the streets for life. They preyed on homeless men who thought the women were trying to help them. Talk about kicking someone when they are down. This case takes the cake. But they will never be allowed to do this to anyone again. They got what they deserve. Do you think that they got what they deserved? I mean killing someone just for money is pretty darn cold if you ask me. Some may that that just because they were on the street, it's no big deal. But these were human beings that God created and I am sure that someone on this earth somewhere cared about these guys and it just wasn't right to do that at all. http://www.knx1070.com/Black-Widow-Sentence/2602738
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@AJ1952Chats (2339)
• Anderson, Indiana
16 Jul 08
Whether these two women should have been sentenced would depend on what their real plan was. If they were really investing in homeless men to cover their care while they lived while thinking that, due to age and health, they would probably die and break the bank, then, all that they were guilty of was making a benevolent investment with a perk. However, if they were the ones who were behind the murders--either mowing the men down themselves or else having someone else to--they're guilty of murder and their sentences were very just. If they weren't guilty, they were probably thinking that they would actually be helping some unfortunate men who needed medical care while, also, believing that at least some of them wouldn't be around that long, which would bring in more money for both them and for the care of these men. There are two ways of looking at the story. You don't sentence someone to life without parole (or even to ANY time in prison) for simply engaging in a get-rich-quick scheme that involved no intentional harm to these men and would even end up helping many of them. After all, it doesn't seem as if too many agencies are doing that much in the way of helping them when it comes to things like medical care. This case needs to be looked at to see whether or not there was ever any premeditated murder that was brought about by these women.
@Rozie37 (15505)
• Turkmenistan
16 Jul 08
These women took out life insurance on the men and then ran them over with a car and killed them. Can it be more premeditated than that?
@mscott (1925)
• United States
16 Jul 08
killing anyone is generally bad, but for money is worse. However, it is probably right up there in the top two reasons people do it along with love/hate/jealousy, you know, emotions. I am curious though, how much would they have to gain by robbing someone who is homeless? Doesn't really seem to be like a profitable endeavor if you ask me.
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@Rozie37 (15505)
• Turkmenistan
16 Jul 08
According to the article, they did not rob them. They took out insurance on them, killed them and then collected over 2 million for two men.