murderer released after 42 yrs please read

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JUST SAYIN

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Aug 7, 2012
 
THIS MAN SPENT 42 YRS IN VARIOUS TN PRISONS FOR FIRST DEGREE MURDER...HE WAS RELEASED LAST YEAR ALTHOUGH HE WAS SENTENCED TO 99 YEARS. HOW IS HE OUT AND NOT ON PAROLE? SOMEONE TELL ME HOW THIS IS POSSIBLE
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Aug 7, 2012
 
Sounds ridiculous!! Who is it, so we can be aware?
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Aug 7, 2012
 
Well i think its even more rediculous you can say this without doing some research. Did you know that if a man came and raped a mans wife and the ran from the husband and the husband shot and killed him then he can go to jail for 1st degree murder? Or a man could come and kill ur whole family and you find out who it was and u go murder him you could get charged with 1st degree murder. What if it was something like that? That was justified in a citizens mind but but not justified by the law. I think in one of those circumstances 42 years was way too long. Find out what the situation was before you judge
a man and make the whole county hate and make his life worse than it already has been. Because maybe you are right. Maybe we should be scared and aware but i would look further into it before I judged the man

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Aug 8, 2012
 

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JUST SAYIN wrote:
THIS MAN SPENT 42 YRS IN VARIOUS TN PRISONS FOR FIRST DEGREE MURDER...HE WAS RELEASED LAST YEAR ALTHOUGH HE WAS SENTENCED TO 99 YEARS. HOW IS HE OUT AND NOT ON PAROLE? SOMEONE TELL ME HOW THIS IS POSSIBLE
I'm going to bet that you aren't too bright. Do some research.

At minimum, this individual would be 60 years old if he killed someone at the age of 18. I'm willing to assume that he's more afraid of you than you are of him.
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Aug 8, 2012
 
Ray and Faye Copeland were in their 60s when they murdered a dozen people.
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Aug 8, 2012
 
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Ray and Faye Copeland were in their 60s when they murdered a dozen people.
Why don't you use real names? Hard to believe anything you say when you hide behind the Internet

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Ray and Faye Copeland were in their 60s when they murdered a dozen people.
They hadn't spent 42 years in prison, either.

Out of all the criminals that I've had to deal with, I'll take a murderer over a drug dealer any day of the week. Especially if said murderer has been in prison for more than 20 years.

Again, this person is possibly more afraid of average people than they would be of him due to being institutionalized.
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just sayin wrote:
Well i think its even more rediculous you can say this without doing some research. Did you know that if a man came and raped a mans wife and the ran from the husband and the husband shot and killed him then he can go to jail for 1st degree murder? Or a man could come and kill ur whole family and you find out who it was and u go murder him you could get charged with 1st degree murder. What if it was something like that? That was justified in a citizens mind but but not justified by the law. I think in one of those circumstances 42 years was way too long. Find out what the situation was before you judge
a man and make the whole county hate and make his life worse than it already has been. Because maybe you are right. Maybe we should be scared and aware but i would look further into it before I judged the man
I know who this man is and I can tell you for certain that the author of this post has good reason to stay anonymous. This is a a crazy situation involving shady politicians, judges, and buckets of money. Also, his records are invisible. This man continued to break the law and manipulate the system for years within the prison system. He was described to me, by a state official, as The Godfather of the Tennessee State Penal system. I've done the research. His neighbors are unaware of who they are living next door to. If they did, they wouldn't like it. I can say for certain that this is a very shady situation for the good folks in Oak Ridge. Hopefully, this story will come out of the closet soon.
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They hadn't spent 42 years in prison, either.
Out of all the criminals that I've had to deal with, I'll take a murderer over a drug dealer any day of the week. Especially if said murderer has been in prison for more than 20 years.
Again, this person is possibly more afraid of average people than they would be of him due to being institutionalized.
How about a murder, AND a drug dealer.... I can say for certain this man isn't afraid of anything.
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THIS MAN SPENT 42 YRS IN VARIOUS TN PRISONS FOR FIRST DEGREE MURDER...HE WAS RELEASED LAST YEAR ALTHOUGH HE WAS SENTENCED TO 99 YEARS. HOW IS HE OUT AND NOT ON PAROLE? SOMEONE TELL ME HOW THIS IS POSSIBLE
This is a very good question and One I look forward to hearing.

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I know who this man is and I can tell you for certain that the author of this post has good reason to stay anonymous. This is a a crazy situation involving shady politicians, judges, and buckets of money. Also, his records are invisible. This man continued to break the law and manipulate the system for years within the prison system. He was described to me, by a state official, as The Godfather of the Tennessee State Penal system. I've done the research. His neighbors are unaware of who they are living next door to. If they did, they wouldn't like it. I can say for certain that this is a very shady situation for the good folks in Oak Ridge. Hopefully, this story will come out of the closet soon.
For someone being sentenced for 99 years and paroled after 42 years would be typical of the prison system and sentencing laws.

And for you to have "heard" this from a "state official" means absolutely nothing.

What's the name of said individual?

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How about a murder, AND a drug dealer.... I can say for certain this man isn't afraid of anything.
There are many people who aren't afraid of anything; criminals or law abiding citizens. What's your point?

What's this mans name? I'll find out real quick what he's about.
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Aug 8, 2012
 
My question was how is someone released from prison and not on parole after spending this much time. Fear is not a factor with this question ... and ignorance is bliss!!
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just sayin wrote:
Well i think its even more rediculous you can say this without doing some research. Did you know that if a man came and raped a mans wife and the ran from the husband and the husband shot and killed him then he can go to jail for 1st degree murder? Or a man could come and kill ur whole family and you find out who it was and u go murder him you could get charged with 1st degree murder. What if it was something like that? That was justified in a citizens mind but but not justified by the law. I think in one of those circumstances 42 years was way too long. Find out what the situation was before you judge
a man and make the whole county hate and make his life worse than it already has been. Because maybe you are right. Maybe we should be scared and aware but i would look further into it before I judged the man
Never said anything about being scared...and I do know what happen for the most part. it was a simple question about the laws on release after that long.
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I'm going to bet that you aren't too bright. Do some research.
At minimum, this individual would be 60 years old if he killed someone at the age of 18. I'm willing to assume that he's more afraid of you than you are of him.
and your point is? I know his age and your actually pretty close !! Genius!! I am betting your not too bright yourself lol
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Why don't you use real names? Hard to believe anything you say when you hide behind the Internet
Why would I wanna put someones name on the internet...that would be liable for slander. I will repeat again, I am asking a question. Point blank lol

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and your point is? I know his age and your actually pretty close !! Genius!! I am betting your not too bright yourself lol
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I always love the "I'm rubber, you're glue.." retorts. Perhaps you could develop something past a monkey-see-monkey-do level.
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There are many people who aren't afraid of anything; criminals or law abiding citizens. What's your point?
What's this mans name? I'll find out real quick what he's about.
This is not a situation that I want to be associated with. I hope you can find out without my help.
good luck to "I'm just sayin". Be very careful. This man has "resources".

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Why would I wanna put someones name on the internet...that would be liable for slander. I will repeat again, I am asking a question. Point blank lol
No, it would not be slander. In fact, it wouldn't be libel, either; which would be the correct term that you're seeking.

Posting this individuals name wouldn't implicate anything whatsoever because if they were in fact a convicted felon, then it would be public record; therefore fact, which protects anyone from litigation.

This goes back to you not being too bright.

As far as the sentencing goes, there are a lot of variables and sentencing structure guidelines that apply and differ from case to case.

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This is not a situation that I want to be associated with. I hope you can find out without my help.
good luck to "I'm just sayin". Be very careful. This man has "resources".
You don't want to be associated? Yet you've purposefully attached yourself to this "threat" without concern on this thread fairly quickly.

Interesting. Forgive me for calling the "bullshit" card.

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