Quad murder suspect released from prison early

Despite being involved in a prison riot, murder suspect Cedric Poore was released from prison early on a robbery conviction.

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newsherriff - 2/9/2013 10:15 AM
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I am appalled at the comments that were generated during this finding facts time, We were so upset that these seemingly innocent women were savagely killed for what appeared to be "No Reason" However, Facts have come forth stating these young women were Drug Seller's and made Fairmont Apts a den of thieves. The Father"always the last to know" made us think they were angels? So, My heart goes out to a three year old "Whose biological father" has yet turned up to care for him? Meth and Marijuana being kept,The Mother knew? Yes I am White, but my race is acting more like the minorities we love to hang bad stuff on. Our own beloved Gov released the criminals who saw a "PayDay" by killing these women. White America, "You've got some explaining to do" Obama just had 4 years We've had the whole of our existence,cannot blame this on Black America now.

WyoMoe - 2/8/2013 9:28 AM
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You lay with Dogs you get Fleas

Tahoe - 2/8/2013 6:15 AM
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Seems the women were drug dealers
 
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