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Are you f*cking kidding me? These effing celebs seem to have forgotten that the reason Stanley ‘Tookie’ Williams had been on Deathrow in the first place, was because he went out and killed four innocent people.

If those people had been members of their own family, I’d love to know if these celebrities would be mourning so hard for him. As for Jesse Jackson, well that man just needs to be put out of my misery. F*cking idiot.

I don’t give a shit about Tookie’s nomination for a Nobel peace prize. He could have turned into Pope John Paul the f*cking 2nd, and I’d have still wanted his execution to go ahead. I bet those four people he killed, would have liked a second chance at life too. They didn’t get it, so why should he have?

The Terminator did the right thing. The man had to die. Sorry.

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  • Rocio
    December 18
    11:14 pm

    I guess this might be cruel on my part but if you did something that awful and you truly repent…I guess you will see you death as justice. Develope a concience to learn you have been that bad most give you the courage to accept your death.

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  • Lori
    December 19
    1:41 am

    It was all quite wild here in Calif for a week or two. I, for one, am glad it is over. I think he deserved to die – not just for the brutal murders of those 4 innocent people. but for starting the entire Crip gang. Damn, you could conceivably put half the murders in LA over the last 25 years on his head…

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  • Anonymous
    December 19
    6:43 am

    He’s spent the last few years repenting, and trying to make up for what he did. Those people are dead, and nothing can be done about them now. His being executed didn’t bring them back. I think he deserved a stay of execution because so many times, so few prisoners are ever really sorry for what they did. He was one of the few who did. It was wrong to kill him.

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  • Scott
    December 19
    1:11 pm

    It’s kind of funny Karen that anytime someone disagrees with your opinion, they post as “Anonymous.”

    I have not necessarily been a fan of execution. I have rode the fence on it for a while. Sometimes I believe it is a viable thing to do. We have over crowded prisons. So why not get rid of those that committed murder? This way too, maybe someone will think twice before doing something like that, knowing that they could die as well as punishment for their crime. But part of me also thinks that it’s wrong to kill, period.

    I don’t think I will ever be totally convinced either way. Personally, I respect those celebs to their freedom of opinion and speech. But I too don’t feel too sorry for Tookie. I may not be an advocate for the death penalty, but I certainly wouldn’t have been running to stop his execution or others sentenced to the same fate.

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  • Rocio
    December 19
    4:10 pm

    Dear Anonymous
    your statement: “Those people are dead, and nothing can be done about them now.” Just kind of answer it for me. So, few years repenting make up for what he did?
    I do think people need to learn that all that you do has a concecuence that is non negociable and that no matter how much you repent or how sorry you are it cannot be undone.

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  • Dramedy Girl
    December 19
    5:15 pm

    Personally, I was for his execution. And as far as being nominated or a Nobel prize? It’s not that difficult to get nominated. He helped found the Crips — had he not been convicted do you really think he’d be penning childres books turning them away from violence? Right….

    My only issue is with a justice system that convicts with a death sentence and then takes 25+ years to get it done.

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  • Sam
    December 19
    6:12 pm

    have to say i agree with you karen – if he’d killed one of my kids, i’d want to kill him myself and too bad if he repents. it’s easy to repent, but you can never undo murder.

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  • Lori
    December 20
    2:56 am

    Shelly – I totally agree with you. The length of time between passing sentence in court and carrying it out is ridiculous!

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  • Shawn
    December 20
    5:12 am

    Thank you! Karen you are brave enough to say what I was too chicken to say. Only God and Tookie know for certain if he killed those people or not but either way, I am pretty sure the life he led he hurt someone, somewhere along the lines. He as admitted that much himself.

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  • Desiree Erotique
    December 20
    6:46 am

    The man confessed. A nomination for a prize that anyone can be nominated for, or writing childrens books on inspiration that comes via hindsight doesn’t make up for what he did. And it certainly doesn’t protect society from a convicted killer who never apologized over taking innocent life. That’s not the kind of person I want on the streets where my children or those of anyone else may be. In my opinion, the state did a better service to the public than the Nobel prize judges will ever do.

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  • azteclady
    December 20
    6:07 pm

    The people he himself killed have been long dead, agreed. The people who have been killed by the members of the gang he founded in the years since his conviction… well, those are on his head too.

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  • Karen Scott
    December 20
    8:54 pm

    With the exception of Anonymouse, I agree with all your comments. The f*cker deserved to die. End of.

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