Listen: New Hampshire, John William King And Florida discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea
"The death penalty, we have the guy in Texas last night, John William king. He's gone. And now Bobbie Joe delong Bobbie Joe long in Florida who killed eight at least magin that killed at least eight women if Florida in the nineteen eighties will soon. Join the departed go to John in his first UpJohn your first up this hour, the ringcentral nightside caller go. John. Would always want to Manchester and ironically next goal. Good. We begin Charlie Coyle scores. Yeah, we're tired. We're kind of watching the game. But you know, what? I just as soon talk about our show more. Gaga. But that being said, I agree with the death penalty and especially in New Hampshire. And. Make sure the case for it. And then in Boston, I think they should definitely bring it back up. You know, killing a I respond a child. There's no excuse for that night up curly. Boy. Oh, yeah. We had we had bog curly on on the other night again here in Massachusetts. They wanna get rid of life in prison without parole. Well, but but what it is is limited. I know it's ludicrous. But you eliminate the death penalty first. And then the folks who for whatever reason don't want don't want to put to death. These animals you kill eight women. I mean, how many women do you have to kill before someone's going to say, hey enough is enough. And this guy king down in Texas. It was a pretty high profile case. They they drag this guy this black gentleman for three miles. He had just been at a party. They kidnapped him from the party beat him spray paint him spray painted him. And then basically put a chain around his neck and. Yeah. And so finally finally that guy has been put away one of his confederates was put away. They don't miss with mess around with stuff like that in Texas. In Florida as well. Well, yeah. Well, I think what happened in this guy. The they were eight women who he killed. And he copped a plea why he copped a plea awhi-. He was allowed to cop a plea. I don't know copped a plea. So he to accept he accepted life in prison without parole. But then there was one crime that they also caught him on. So I would just encourage you that if you have friends in New Hampshire and people are in the Hampshire listening right now. Give us a call. We'd like we'd like to get going into Hampshire because it's very important that New Hampshire. Cursory. Right. Who was an accessory? What were you saying the guy in Florida? The building people excess. He was the least at least eight. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Once they opened the gates. Electoral from Boston people, always complain. But you know, you have an exercise in a privilege to get out and vote vote vote elections have concert. John McCall very much. Thank you. Good night. Six one seven two five four ten thirty tripling nine to nine ten thirty year thoughts on the death penalty. Particularly in the context. You know, it's interesting. It used to be that high profile cases. Like this the case. The James Byrd case. The gentleman who is dragged to his death"