Daily Archives: 1, May 5, 2017

“Cpl. Bryon Dickson’s two young sons never again will have their father with them.”

Frein’s formal sentencing brought closure to the court proceedings dealing with his fate, but the death sentence didn’t bring closure to the sorrow and pain that he inflicted.

It didn’t bring closure to the fact that Cpl. Bryon Dickson’s two young sons never again will have their father with them. It didn’t bring closure to the physical challenges with which Trooper Alex Douglass will be forced to deal for the rest of his life.

It didn’t bring closure to the anguish that will continue to live with his parents.

For now, Eric Frein is where he should be, but the “system” he so much abhorred continues to be much more generous toward him than is warranted.

That fact is a tragedy in itself.

Frein sentence, sadly, won’t bring closure


Killer Eric Frein’s sentence of death by lethal injection is the punishment he deserves. Actually, a death sentence by any means would be appropriate. Continue reading

Gov. Wolf Believes Eric Frein “Is a Monster… and that justice has been served by a jury of his peers.” That’s Too Cute Gov. Then Do Your Job And Hey J.J. Abbott His Peers Determined He Should Receive A Lethal Injection For The Ambush

Slain Pa. trooper’s young sons in court as Frein gets death
Daily Local NewsApr 28, 2017

District Attorney Ray Tonkin believes that there is no legal standing for the governor’s moratorium on the death penalty.

The death penalty — two views

Published May 5, 2017 at 3:09 pm (Updated May 5, 2017)


MILFORD — With all the attention the recent trial of Eric Frein has received, questions about the death penalty in Pennsylvania have been raised again, not only in Pike County, but across the state, and even nationally among law enforcement officers, attorneys, civil rights groups, and the general public.

As might be expected, the views of District Attorney Ray Tonkin Continue reading

Just Another Fake “Hate Crime” That The Washington Post And Big Media Always Cover Breathlessly With Zeal

Stang, a gay organist at St. David’s Episcopal Church, called Rev. Kelsey Hutto at 8 a.m. on Nov. 13 to report the church was vandalized with hate speech. The anti-gay graffiti included “Heil Trump,” sparking fear in the church and plenty of media attention. Continue reading