I can't believe he is getting out so soon. If he does anything bad again,
the state of Washington could be liable for a substantial amount. I truly doubt
if he is even one iota penitent for his deviance.
I was just wondering if "Dexter" has any time on his hands that he could
pay attention to this matter on November the 4th. Has his last episode aired?
I am sure this is a repeat offender and he hasn't even come forth with any
details about his former daughter-in-law or his murdering son. He will be back -
save the public some trouble Washington State - keep him in!
Just more evidence of the many flaws in our judicial system.
@pipesFirst let me be clear i do not think this man was wrongly convicted,
having said that I have a problem with your comment. Its hard to find anyone
that believes the system is not flawed when it comes to not convicting or not
enforcing the law but logic seems to fly out the door when it comes to
understanding a flawed system can actually wrongly convict someone.