Give Life Without Parole or The Death Penalty To James E. Holmes
  • Petitioned State of Colorado

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Give Life Without Parole or The Death Penalty To James E. Holmes

    1. Eric Jordan-Garrett
    2. Petition by

      Eric Jordan-Garrett

      Sacramento, CA

This man suspected of shooting 71 people in a sold-out movie theater was a neuroscience graduate student who decked himself out in full-body armor for the attack, dyed his hair red and told police he is the Batman villain known as "The Joker."

Why haven't this man been arrested? He needs to be charged and SEVERLY punished. If this had of been a black man , he would be in the death chair now.

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    • Garrin Burch KANSAS CITY, UNITED STATES
      • over 2 years ago

      Fuck life, give the bastard the needle.

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    • William Luke TULSA, OK
      • over 2 years ago

      I refuse to pay taxes so this MONSTER can eat 3 meals a day for the rest of his life in prison while the people he killed, and their families, cannot rest in peace. DEATH to this beast!

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    • Arleen Tononi STERLING HEIGHTS, MI
      • over 2 years ago

      I think this person should get the death penalty, he killed and hurt to many people, enough is enough with his sick mind,

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    • Daniel Irwin GLEN ROCK, UNITED STATES
      • over 2 years ago

      If I were a judge, I would have given him the death penalty in the blink of an eye, without the chance for him to appeal. No questions asked.

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    • Bernice Ashcraft SEATTLE, WA
      • over 2 years ago

      In this case, the punishment should fit this horrific crime - too many lives lost and too many hurt that still may not make it. This is a no-brainer: Give James E. Holmes Life Without Parole or the Death Penalty!

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