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Hawkgirl
06-01-2012, 09:54 PM
Breaking News Alert came across the TV this afternoon looking for this man and his child that he abducted. A few years ago, a Haitian man got into a fight with his baby's mother. He also stole a 9 month old child (his son), took him in his car and drove to a canal. He took the child by the feet, banged his head against the hood of the car, and tossed him in the canal. He later said he did that to get back at his girlfriend. This happened in my area as well. These savages come from the shithole also known as Haiti, come here to this country and continue to act in their savage ways. South Florida is home to many of these Haitians.


CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. -
A missing 1-month-old boy is found dead in a car, and his father is taken into police custody, the Broward Sheriff's Office said Friday.

An Amber Alert was issued Friday for 1-month-old Josiah Saintil, whom police believe was abducted by his father, Janus Saintil, 24, of Deerfield Beach, on Thursday.

The Broward Sheriff's Office said Saintil was believed to be traveling in a stolen black 2008 Kia Spectra with Florida license plate No. K52-8LH.
Coral Springs police said that Janus Saintil was taken into custody. BSO said Friday afternoon that investigators have identified the deceased child as Josiah Saintil.

"When you say you've seen it all, this is one of those things. Obviously, it was almost like the baby was carelessly discarded inside the trunk, a total lack of respect for the baby's life," said Broward County Sheriff Al Lamberti.

http://www.local10.com/news/Missing-baby-found-dead-Father-in-custody/-/1717324/14430114/-/1vvjlq/-/index.html

The haitians make the illegal mexicans look like boyscouts. It's time we gather them up and ship them back to their hellhole country. It's actually way past the time.

SarasotaRepub
06-01-2012, 09:59 PM
What scum.

Wibbins
06-02-2012, 01:55 PM
If he's illegal he should be deported, if he's legal he should be locked up in jail without any luxuries.

Gina
06-02-2012, 03:50 PM
If he's illegal he should be deported, if he's legal he should be locked up in jail without any luxuries.

The problem with deporting these maniacs is they'll probably sneak back in and do something similar or worse. Lock 'em up!

Hawkgirl
06-02-2012, 09:18 PM
The problem with deporting these maniacs is they'll probably sneak back in and do something similar or worse. Lock 'em up!

If he killed this kid, and it seems like he did...the Death Penalty. We need Texas style justice in all 50 states.

Gina
06-03-2012, 08:53 AM
If he killed this kid, and it seems like he did...the Death Penalty. We need Texas style justice in all 50 states.

Well there's that too! :smile-new:

TVDOC
06-03-2012, 10:55 AM
If he killed this kid, and it seems like he did...the Death Penalty. We need Texas style justice in all 50 states.

If I recall correctly Florida's no slouch in handing out, and administering death penalties......

doc

Hawkgirl
06-03-2012, 12:27 PM
If I recall correctly Florida's no slouch in handing out, and administering death penalties......

doc

We are better at enforcing the death penalty than say NY...but not as swift as Texas.

Click on your state
http://deadlinethemovie.com/state/FL/index.php

TVDOC
06-03-2012, 03:47 PM
We are better at enforcing the death penalty than say NY...but not as swift as Texas.

Click on your state
http://deadlinethemovie.com/state/FL/index.php

Interesting....however the data is about six or seven years old in the states that I checked.

doc

noonwitch
06-04-2012, 08:46 AM
If he killed this kid, and it seems like he did...the Death Penalty. We need Texas style justice in all 50 states.

You seriously think it shouldn't be left up to the states to decide whether to have the death penalty or not?

I live in a state that doesn't-not because it's a blue state, but because a lot of the conservative christians in the state join with the liberals on this issue. The archdiocese of Detroit has taken a very strong anti-death penalty stance, and so have some of the Reformed churches in West Michigan. The most conservative governor of the past few decades, John Engler, was strongly opposed to the death penalty because of his catholicism.

The only time criminals get executed for crimes committed in Michigan is when they do so on federal land. It happened in Grand Rapids-a man killed his girlfriend by tying her up and throwing her in a lake in the Manistee National Forest. He got sentenced to death in federal court. Otherwise, it's a mandatory life sentence withouth the possibility of parole for people convicted on first degree murder in Michigan courts. It means without possibility of parole, too. They never get out, except in a box or urn.

Hawkgirl
06-04-2012, 12:16 PM
Interesting....however the data is about six or seven years old in the states that I checked.

doc

Yes, the data is from 2006, I doubt the numbers increases exponentially in the last 6 years...so it's a pretty good indicator as to where the states are in enforcing it.

Hawkgirl
06-04-2012, 12:22 PM
You seriously think it shouldn't be left up to the states to decide whether to have the death penalty or not?

I live in a state that doesn't-not because it's a blue state, but because a lot of the conservative christians in the state join with the liberals on this issue. The archdiocese of Detroit has taken a very strong anti-death penalty stance, and so have some of the Reformed churches in West Michigan. The most conservative governor of the past few decades, John Engler, was strongly opposed to the death penalty because of his catholicism.

The only time criminals get executed for crimes committed in Michigan is when they do so on federal land. It happened in Grand Rapids-a man killed his girlfriend by tying her up and throwing her in a lake in the Manistee National Forest. He got sentenced to death in federal court. Otherwise, it's a mandatory life sentence withouth the possibility of parole for people convicted on first degree murder in Michigan courts. It means without possibility of parole, too. They never get out, except in a box or urn.

I am catholic, and my opinion on Capital Punishment differs from the Church. If a man brutally kills another man, child, woman, groups, etc. He deserves the same fate for himself. A life prison sentence is not justice when it comes to murder. If you ever watch the show Lock-up, you can see for yourself how these deviants act in prison. They throw feces, urine at the guards who are trying to feed them. They are violent by nature. The only cure is a needle in the radial vein.

Gina
06-05-2012, 05:14 AM
I am catholic, and my opinion on Capital Punishment differs from the Church. If a man brutally kills another man, child, woman, groups, etc. He deserves the same fate for himself. A life prison sentence is not justice when it comes to murder. If you ever watch the show Lock-up, you can see for yourself how these deviants act in prison. They throw feces, urine at the guards who are trying to feed them. They are violent by nature. The only cure is a needle in the radial vein.

I go to one of the "Reformed Churches" in West Michigan and most people I know are for the death penalty. I live about 10 miles S of Grand Rapids. I think if we put it up for a vote again, it would pass.

I know what you mean about "lock up'. What a bunch of animals.

noonwitch
06-05-2012, 09:32 AM
I go to one of the "Reformed Churches" in West Michigan and most people I know are for the death penalty. I live about 10 miles S of Grand Rapids. I think if we put it up for a vote again, it would pass.

I know what you mean about "lock up'. What a bunch of animals.


Do you know why it continues to be banned in Michigan, despite the fact the probably the majority would vote for it? I learned this in high school government class, maybe even the same class and teacher your child had, as I think she's still teaching one class, despite being mostly retired.

Michigan's constitution forbids the death penalty. A ballot proposal, even if passed by 100% of the voters, would still not overturn that ban. Every so many years, and I don't remember from the class how many, there is a vote whether to have a state constitutional convention, and it has always been voted down in the years since I started voting. The only way to institute the death penalty in Michigan is to do so through a constitutional convention.

I am amazed at how many people don't realize this, though, and think that they can do a petition drive to get the issue on the ballot, and get the death penalty instituted that way,.