Comments for: Man accused of killing woman 31 years ago denied bail

Posted Jan. 06, 2012, at 10:51 a.m.

SKOWHEGAN | A Maine man arrested last year and charged with killing a woman more than three decades ago has had his bid to remain free while awaiting trial rejected. A justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court on Thursday upheld a lower court’s decision and ordered 56-year-old Jay …

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  • Anonymous

    Jay, you’ve been free for the last 31 years. Now it’s time to pay.

    • Anonymous

      Right…start paying for the crime.

  • Anonymous

    Oh so AFTER you kill someone you’re denied bail…that’s why Steven Lake was apparently allowed to run free…SO he could kill someone…I guess if he hadn’t of killed himself in the process we could take some solace in knowing that he might have THEN been denied bail.

  • Anonymous

    The woman he’s accused of killing has been dead for a long time now. He’s been able to live his life.
    I don’t think it’s to much to ask to have him sit in jail until it’s determined if he’s guilty or not. if he’s found innocent then his lawyer will help him to file a false arrest lawsuit.

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