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Texas killer release on bond to Kill Again
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His bond has now been revoked, and the District Attorney explained that $50,000 is the standard bail for any murder suspect with no past record.

Dante Thomas, 20, of Houston, Texas, confessed to stabbing his girlfriend Linda Vu to death in front of her two children, and was released on $50,000 bail on January 31.

Then on Thursday he was arrested again, with a murder charge now pending in the shooting death of his aunt , 68-year-old Charlotte Ellis, who was found dead in her truck at the Willowbrook Mall on Wednesday evening.

His bond has now been revoked, and the District Attorney explained that $50,000 is the standard bail for any murder suspect with no past record.


The D/A justifies his release as being normal, WTF Yep, We gun owners are the threat to our civilized society.


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...ousin.html
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Here is the article from the United States. The way the UK rag portrays it, Thomas had confessed to the stabbingng , but was released anyway on bail. Dodgy It looks like the info on whether he "confessed" seems hit or miss.

http://www.khou.com/story/news/crime/201.../23346775/

Thomas is the boyfriend of a woman who was fatally stabbed last month while her two young children were nearby. He was arrested and charged with that murder, but was out on $50,000 bond.
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spblademaker;161751 Wrote:Here is the article from the United States. The way the UK rag portrays it, Thomas had confessed to the stabbingng , but was released anyway on bail. Dodgy It looks like the info on whether he "confessed" seems hit or miss.

http://www.khou.com/story/news/crime/201.../23346775/

Thomas is the boyfriend of a woman who was fatally stabbed last month while her two young children were nearby. He was arrested and charged with that murder, but was out on $50,000 bond.

Ok, Here's a article about the murder before he was released on bail, Link says the same thing about confessing.

What I find amusing is your response to my post, not a peep about "Anyone charged with murder can be released on 50k bond as long as no criminal record"

You talk about the source or RAG as you put it, Our American media is so much more credibleShrug

I do a little more searching before I post news, As it appears more than you do.

It's also a legitimate opinion of our court system, I have a court rap sheet printout in work of a guy in Philly that was caught carrying a firearm 4 times, 3 times it was dismissed no charges for the gun. The 4th time he was caught with a gun he was charged with murder..
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Sorry, but I also read the NY article. Then figured that it's from the NY, Daily News, not a paper from Texas. Even the video reports, locally, we're trying to determine if there was an actual confession. Remember all the "factual reporting" about the Trayvon Martin case?

My feelings about anyone charged with murder being released on $50k bail? That's crazy.

Do real criminals slip thru the system? Of course, but until I see the documentation that shows that Thomas actually admitted to the killing of Vu, I am considering portions of the articles as sensationalism.

And since you were not sitting next to me while I was researching the cases, I apprecitate that you don't assume what I do and don't do. Thanks.

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There's a guy that was just arrested here in Lancaster for murdering his girlfriend. His bail was set at $1.5M. He didn't have a previous record before the murder. I don't recall reading any other story where a murderer was given $50k in bail.
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spblademaker;161756 Wrote:Sorry, but I also read the NY article. Then figured that it's from the NY, Daily News, not a paper from Texas. Even the video reports, locally, we're trying to determine if there was an actual confession. Remember all the "factual reporting" about the Trayvon Martin case?

My feelings about anyone charged with murder being released on $50k bail? That's crazy.

Do real criminals slip thru the system? Of course, but until I see the documentation that shows that Thomas actually admitted to the killing of Vu, I am considering portions of the articles as sensationalism.

And since you were not sitting next to me while I was researching the cases, I apprecitate that you don't assume what I do and don't do. Thanks.

"Just the facts, ma'am." - Joe Friday.

This isn't a court of law. This is a forum where people discuss topics seasoned with some opinion, the original post is not beyond the realm of possibility.


"Remember all the "factual reporting" about the Trayvon Martin case?"

Again, This guy isn't going to spend one extra day in jail because I copied a link that said he confessed. there's enough news sources out there reporting the same.

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streaker69;161759 Wrote:There's a guy that was just arrested here in Lancaster for murdering his girlfriend. His bail was set at $1.5M. He didn't have a previous record before the murder. I don't recall reading any other story where a murderer was given $50k in bail.

I'm assuming it's a Houston or a Texas thing. I would think someone that murders is already in the system so that type of release doesn't happen all to often.
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