December 10, 2005

Free Tookie


"Stanley Williams was a person worth fighting for."

I think that Albert Owens would disagree. Tookie Williams shot him twice point blank in the back as he lay on the floor of a convienence store.

Yen-Yi Yang, his wife Tsai-Shai Yang, and their daughter Yee-Chen Lin might also take exception to that statement. All were gunned down at close range with a shot gun including Miss Lin in the face. All for about 100 bucks. He later laughed about it to his friends that he killed some Buddaheads, nice fellow.

The Patron Saint of the Crips gang is said to also have ordered many other murders from prision including a Police officer.

You can read about him Here or if you want the his side of the story go to Tookie's Corner

Worries about violence if executed are serious and could lead to Rodney King style destruction. The California Supreme Court refused to hear the case and said the execution should go on. Members of the LAPD are for his execution, while many High Profile Actors have rallied to his side.

So it all boils down to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to free Tookie. Thats right I want the Governor to free Tookie. Free him from his mortal coil and execute the scumbag next Tuesday. The Terminator could regain his place as real leader who puts justice ahead of politics.

Posted by BillyBudd at December 10, 2005 08:39 AM | TrackBack

We do not deter anyone from commiting these kinds of violent crimes by paying so much attention to those who do.

Name five serial killers.

Name five of their collective victims.

Which is easier to do?

We should just forget about these "people", rather than making them celebrities with tv movies, news coverage, etc...

Whether we show them sympathy or not, when we pay attention to them at all, they are getting exactly what they wanted all along.

Eternal fame.

Let's put our energies somewhere else.

Posted by: Cary at December 10, 2005 01:35 PM

Cary, you are absolutely correct. It is very easy to reform and repent your sins after you are caught. The murder of innocent people always seems to bring out an army of those who will defend the indefensible. I wish the energy and money spent in Mr. Williams name was spent helping the victims of his legacy.

Posted by: Billy Budd at December 10, 2005 01:45 PM

I've been long thinking about writing a novel from a murder victim's and their family's point of view, for that's who we really ought to focus on. If I can just get my thoughts together on it, I think it could make a difference in people's perspectives.

Posted by: Cary at December 10, 2005 04:18 PM

... of course I may have to commit a crime in order to get it published...

Posted by: Cary at December 11, 2005 12:51 PM

Why did Americans forgive GWB for his boozing and drug dealing? He took Christ and he is a new man. Is it because he is White? born into the Bush clan? I do not believe in the death penalty..I see this as a terrible day in our history. Why was Tookie not able to be forgiven for his good deeds while Americans allowed Bush to become president? I see it as a hypocritical issue...a racial one as well..

Posted by: rainy upton at December 12, 2005 06:23 PM

You don't think that maybe it was because GWB did not murder four people with a shotgun for a couple of hundred bucks?

If you cannot tell the difference you are an idiot! Blacks are filling the prisons for crimes THEY commited, mostly against other blacks.

Your hatred for George Bush has clouded your judgment.

Go Here and look at the pictures of Tookie's victims and then come back and tell me they give a fuck about GWB's indescretions.

Stupid bitter liberal asshat

Posted by: Billy Budd at December 12, 2005 06:39 PM

I am against the death penalty. We need a plan to make our society a better one. Executing Tookie will not change a thing. People will continue to murder each other and so on and so on.

Posted by: Melissa at December 12, 2005 06:48 PM

Melissa, I am against the death penalty as well, in its current form. 25 years to execute a scumbag like Williams is ridiculous. If after 30 days of being convicted you can't make your case....Adios. That would change the effectiveness of the death penalty dramatically.

Tookie's four victims all got the death penalty without taking their politics into question.

Posted by: Billy Budd at December 12, 2005 07:03 PM

We can forgive someone for harming us or others, but that does not mean forgetting or letting them escape justice. Sure he may have been rehabilatated, but would you want him living next door to you? I wouldn't.

Posted by: Cary at December 13, 2005 08:02 PM
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