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No justice in Danny Lee Hill case

February 10, 2013

DEAR EDITOR: Several weeks ago, there was an editorial in the Tribune about the Danny Lee Hill case....

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timeflies

Nov-18-13 8:38 AM

Unitedfortruth Please speak the truth. lawyers are also the ones giving him the death penalty and fighting his appeals. Sounds to me like their all doing the job their supposed to do.

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Billdog

Feb-11-13 2:27 PM

Sorry, sticky fingers, MRS. Fife

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Billdog

Feb-11-13 2:26 PM

I try not to put to much energy into thinking about these kind of people. My heart goes out to Mr. Fife and her family. However, allowing DLH to occupy my mind and feelings gives him great power I wish to reserve for those more deserving. DLH will rot in heII for his life of hate and debauchery. May God ignore his soul.

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Breezie3

Feb-11-13 11:55 AM

I remember this like it was yesterday. I cried for hours after hearing what happened. It was so close to where I lived at the time. Now that I have children I can not imagine what either went through. I'm so disgusted with the fact that DLH is still alive. Why keep this man alive? And he has a business that he operates while he is inside his cell? Are you kidding me? There is absolutely no justice there.... none.

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WATERMAN

Feb-10-13 10:53 PM

Mrs. Fife would pull the trigger on a shot between the eyes. Knowing her, she would say something kind before pulling the trigger.

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unitedfortruth

Feb-10-13 8:11 PM

clemmens..."Who can possibly benefit from multiple repeat offenders being free to walk the streets only to end up needing a lawyer again?"

exactly right....the lawyers.

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OSU1975

Feb-10-13 4:25 PM

I remember this case very well. DLH should be executed. His appeals should be ended.

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FamilyGuy

Feb-10-13 10:05 AM

Shirley:

You have spoken my mind and heart far more eloquently than I could have ever hoped to do.

May God be with Mrs. Fife and bring her closure and peace.

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clemmens14

Feb-10-13 1:46 AM

I wonder those exact same thing Shirley. I mostly do not understand how some convicted felons seem to get multiple chances to continue to break the law. Who can possibly benefit from multiple repeat offenders being free to walk the streets only to end up needing a lawyer again?

On the other hand, when a convicted felon is actually sentenced to a longer term, our legal system seems willing bend over backwards, making their longer sentence as comfortable as possible, ensuring they have all the extra creature comforts a person who obeys the law works for and pays to have. Who is paying for this murderer to have internet service, cable service, and an opportunity to get an education? The family of his victim. That is very wrong.

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bmaryharts

Feb-10-13 12:17 AM

WTF! I remember this case when I worked at TCSO! Why is mfr still alive>

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