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Gin1234
12:37 AM on 07/09/2010
I don's see much new in this "new" information.
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Asmodean1
Truth is only true if based on facts.
02:20 AM on 07/09/2010
agreed... was thinking the same.
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12:45 PM on 07/09/2010
Actually, it can be huge.

If he was planning his escape before the killing, that shows malice aforethought, and can be the main element in charging and proving First Degree Murder.
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11:24 PM on 07/08/2010
I pray for Huguely to remain in jail for the rest of his life. Huguely's parents must pay heavily for the innocent life wasted. They know fully well that their son is a criminal and they continued to encourage and defend him in all levels.
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hubbahubba77
11:40 PM on 07/08/2010
I doubt they feel one shred of sympathy for his victim or her family. They're worried about protecting their buku bucks and their precious "reputations."
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ChristianEcon.com
"The Lord abhors dishonest scales."--Proverbs 11.1
09:49 AM on 07/09/2010
Why start having a conscience now, in other words.
10:17 AM on 07/09/2010
I hate to break it to you people, but I live in the area that the Huguely's do and with their wealth, homes, etc...that is considered middle class here. So, they are not trying to protect their "buku bucks". Anyone who has children will attest that they will fight for their children tooth and nail. The way these kids act here in front of their parents vs friends is like night and day!
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12:44 PM on 07/09/2010
This is why we don't let the parents on the jury.
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DocSyracuse
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10:32 PM on 07/08/2010
This is filed under the "College" heading? Come on.
01:49 AM on 07/09/2010
Crime at college is a big deal.
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TheHandyman
Death...the last new experience you will ever have
03:37 AM on 07/09/2010
Considering what students have to pay for their degrees and the quality of their education it should be fraud!
09:29 AM on 07/09/2010
College safety is a big deal for those of us who have children in college or about to go to college.
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2garen
09:54 PM on 07/08/2010
My condolences to her family. The sad thing is she was a beautiful talented young woman that had so much potential.
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Dougsholmes
"I don't need no stinkin' badges"
09:54 PM on 07/08/2010
Bet this wasn't the first time this kid beat a woman.
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bmermaid
innocent bystander
10:59 PM on 07/08/2010
According to people that know the family, his father was abusive to his mother, until she finially left him. He, the father, liked to party a lot with his son & son's friend. And yes, there are reports of the murderer previously being abusive to girl-friends when he was in high school.
You know what they say- children learn what they live.
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Trittydi
Special on pap smears at Walgreen's this week ....
09:20 PM on 07/08/2010
Two lives wasted.
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rockinrod
"Those that I fight I do not hate."
10:19 PM on 07/08/2010
True, but only the woman is dead!
11:29 PM on 07/08/2010
And one of them took the other's life.
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Arthur L
11:21 AM on 07/09/2010
really?!
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crws
Grew tired of seeing
10:48 PM on 07/08/2010
of the 2, one with no choice.
Then there's the families- both
Then there's the teammates- both
Then there's the teammate's families that knew them- all
Then there's the cops that had to scrape her dead body for evidence-
and their families that had to help them debrief-
need I continue the 2 by 2 exponentially?
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rockinrod
"Those that I fight I do not hate."
11:01 AM on 07/09/2010
I'm afraid I have very little sympathy for men who murder woman and children, and even other men. Not very Christian of me, but there you have it.
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Trittydi
Special on pap smears at Walgreen's this week ....
09:20 PM on 07/08/2010
The force and impact of the head hitting the wall had to be pretty significant to kill her ... just saying ....
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kitty3363
12:49 AM on 07/09/2010
Ummm, I seem to remember that she also has bruising on her face. This is such B.S. I literally keep typing and deleting, and here's what I have left.................................
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Trittydi
Special on pap smears at Walgreen's this week ....
09:19 PM on 07/08/2010
"He told police that he kicked in Love's bedroom door, shook her and her head hit a wall several times"

Sorry ... that's murder. You don't slam someone's head against the wall several times in violent action without the intent to do them grievous injury.
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tyger
09:18 PM on 07/08/2010
accident or not once he committed the felony break in, any death that results is a first degree murder.
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kitty3363
12:53 AM on 07/09/2010
That's not true in all states. Is it true in Va.? In my state it's arson, kidnapping, rape, burglary.With regard to your post, I hope it's true in Va. they are not kind............
01:06 AM on 07/09/2010
There is no such thing as an accident; it is fate misnamed. ..
09:23 AM on 07/09/2010
Thus Spake Larry, Moe and Curley!
08:34 PM on 07/08/2010
He says it was an accident? That's quite an "accident." An accident is when I lock my keys in my office or drop something on my foot. This was no "accident."
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BowlingForRevenge
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08:51 PM on 07/08/2010
The "accident" was that he killed her.
He apparently just wanted to shake some sense into her.
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Trittydi
Special on pap smears at Walgreen's this week ....
09:19 PM on 07/08/2010
More like BANG some sense into her.
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07:35 PM on 07/08/2010
This may be the beginning of the unraveling of the physical evidence against the young man. More sloppy scene-of-crime activity on the part of the police?
12:07 PM on 07/09/2010
He stole her computer after he killed her. I'm sure he did that because there were incriminating e mails from him.
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07:10 PM on 07/08/2010
Well George You have really made the family proud with this one.
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OnTheOtherBeach
06:55 PM on 07/08/2010
Tattoo her beautiful photo on his chest, then release him into the general population.
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VungTauVet
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07:37 PM on 07/08/2010
On his ass.
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12:52 PM on 07/09/2010
(making this comment again because the first one got raptured).

Think that comment through. You might want to print a retraction.
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sloreader
writ this down
04:58 PM on 07/10/2010
Reminds me of a tattoo I saw recently... a young guy had the words "your name" inked just above his swimming trunks on his back side.
06:27 PM on 07/08/2010
This boy will end up with manslaughter, serve a few years in a minimum security jail and end up working for a hedge fund.
06:52 PM on 07/08/2010
Depends. $$$$$ > $$
07:06 PM on 07/08/2010
true that. 5 years later an arrest on insider trading or creating a ponzi scheme.
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06:25 PM on 07/08/2010
Odds are that the defendant will plea deal and get off with a very lean sentence or probation. The rich have both the connections and money to obtain lawyers who can get them off. The judicial system, in its current state, sickens me. I am of the opinion that lawyers who can best influence the jury through theatrics and planned manipulation win. Perhaps a way to better the current system would be to have murder case juries comprised of only second year or better law school students. An entire semester could be dedicated to that service. It would be a learning experience for all.
11:37 PM on 07/08/2010
Right, a jury made up of those with "both the connections and money" to attend law school.