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  • RJ

    I started reading the BDN website for more than just obits after this thing went down.  Three people murdered.  Two perps who, based on their criminal history, should not have even have been out in society did the deed.  Multiply this one situation by an exponential # & there is definitely a curse on an entire generation.  Drugs & entitlement mentality.  Unfortunately their choices & subsequent (criminal) behaviors affect many innocent people who do contribute positively by just living their lives honorably.  This thing is a snapshot of something terribly wrong.  In the end, the perps may get convicted.  Three people who may have made questionable choices are dead.  All had children.  The cycle continues.

    • Anonymous

      If you look back at when everything started going to heck,, it was when Nixion start the Federal department of Education, they started mandating how children were going to be taught and if you didn’t follow the federal curriculum you were refused funding. dumbing down america. The women who set it up is totally against it now . Charlotte Iserbyt discovered the aganda and when she brought it up was fired.

      •  So, according to you its because of Nixon and Education and according to RJ its because of Drugs and “Entitlement Mentality”.

        You are both right, and wrong.

        There is no single cause. There is nothing to truly point the finger at.

        Fact is people will be people. And people have been killing each-other for thousands of years for any reason you can think of.

        So, before we start pointing our fingers, lets perhaps realize that the capacity for violence is an inherent human condition and not directly related to any of the things you two have suggested.

        • Anonymous

          Revolvers leave no evidence behind and they don’t jam ,and whats wrong with pod.Also when you load a new mag in an auto you have to pull the slide back [click]release the slide[click] then pull the trigger[boom].If you need anymore help just let me know.

          • You are correct in your words about revolvers. But 6 rounds is a bit few. Id prefer an XDm .40 with nearly three times that many. Revolvers are old news. Anything else from the 1850’s that you fancy?

            POD is garbage because I have my own preferences in music, as you do. I think its shallow consumer garbage. But, I also listen to Black Metal, which you have probably never heard of, so let’s forget about music.

            I assume by auto you mean semi-auto. While its true you have to reload and release the slide, the action of seating the mag into the well doesn’t really create that much noise unless you slam it like a gorilla, which is not often required. I doubt someone would be able to hear it unless they were rather close. Also, unless you expel the last round, you don’t need to re-chamber a round after reloading. Aren’t clear backed C-Mag’s wonderous?

            If you’d like to continue to play, let me know, pal. As someone who has been around weapons of all sorts for decades and has owned an Olympic AR, Springfield XDm, FN FAL (as well as numerous other firearms) and who currently has a German Artillery Luger from The War I’d be happy to continue to this chat about the finer points of gun mechanics, Mr. Biznezman.

          • Anonymous

            Why the one upmanship attitude?  I prefer semi autos too, but a revolver has certain advantages too, to each their own.  Either of them would be a nice thing to have discretely tucked away on your person if you someday find yourself in the wrong place at the wrong time.

          •  The attitude is because of his statement of “if you need anymore help…” which was clearly meant to be insulting.

          • Anonymous

            Understood, guess you’re right that the “attitude” goes both ways. 

            I’ve always had a concealed weapons permit and rarely carried, but with more and more of this sort of drug motivated violence and thefts in our area combined with the difficulty in predicting when/where it might happen next, I’m starting to think it may be worth the trouble to tuck the little Glock 27 in my waistband when I go out instead of leaving it home.

          • Anonymous

            You sir are the one who started sowing the seeds of discord not me.What  I posted as an offhand remark about two scumbags who are a blight on society you sir are the one who started playing the insult game.Get a grip pal. 

        • If  drugs were legal something like this wouldn’t have happened. Using laws to try to push morality are just wrong, whether it is to control drug habits or to try to control sex. 

          • Anonymous

            Wow, at my age I thought I had read and heard everything regarding legality of drugs, now I read that there is a human out there that suggests that drugs should be legal.  You need a doctor real bad, and I mean real bad.

          • I agree, although I will say that such things are very complicated issues that are far beyond the scope of these comments.

          • Anonymous

            Yea, that’s a great idea.  Let’s legalize heroin, and bath salts and crack and cocaine because the world will be so much better of a place.  Are you high or just stupid?!…Idiot.

          • Davida Willette

            people abuse the drugs 

        • PaulNotBunyan

          When they were transcribing the tape recordings from his office they encountered a mysterious 16 minute gap. All these years I thought it had something to do with the Watergate cover-up. Now I see that it was probably a conversation that had to do with his plans for the schools. We also have to wonder if this is the real reason he made Elvis a special agent. I’m beginning to see the light.

          • So there’s a gap in the tape and you assume its about education? It couldn’t have been about anything else?

            Elvis a special agent? Education as the “real” reason for such?

            Now I have heard it all.

          • PaulNotBunyan

            I was just being facetious. The 1999 movie “Dick” is funnier than anything I could invent here. Popcorn not included.

            http://www.youtube.com/movie?v=fRUFuh43qhM&feature=mv_sr

        • Anonymous

          NIXON ??  Whatever happened to, “it’s all George Bush’s fault?”

          • George (W) Bush caused his share of problems. But, the real problems started with Reagan and Nixon.

  • Anonymous

    When drugs are involved all parties are guilty.  and dont forget the police have a crime scene photo of someone running away from the scene.   Shouldn’t be to difficult to figure this out. 

  • Anonymous

    lets hope they use a different transport company than the one that waterville sent that other kid to kansas with the other day. dont need the likes of these trotting off enroute.
     

    • Anonymous

      I suspect Maine State Police will be tasked with returning the perp to Maine.

  • Anonymous

    Not really sure if we should jump for joy or be worried in this case.  Since the murders were done here in the Bangor area, obviously the case should be tried here, but knowing the justice system that Maine has, and the fact that these two were convicted of terrible crimes in the past yet were free to roam the streets doesnt really make one feel too comfy moving on:(

    • Anonymous

      Arm yourself and you will be nobodies victim.

      • Anonymous

        It’s that simple right?

        • Anonymous

          Is for me you can make it as difficult as you like tho, it is a free country after all.

          • Anonymous

            You’re a regular “Dirty Harry” Aren’t ya? Insecure much?

          • Anonymous

            Being ready and able to not be a victim does not make me a dirty harry it just makes me prepared. If thats being insecure I guess thats what I am.

          • Anonymous

            I spent nine years in the Army and I am well aware of being in an environment where one needs to be “prepared”. If you feel the need to walk through society with that mentality then I feel bad for you. Maybe you’re in the wrong biznez. I was wrong to call you insecure, paranoid fits you better. You should layoff the action movies. The shootout at the OK carral isn’t as glamorous as you might think. Things don’t happen in slow motion, and theres not always a pretty girl at the end of the scene. I would suggest firearms safety training, as people like you usually end up shooting themselves or an innocent bystander, and a CWP if you don’t have one. Good luck Partner.

          • Anonymous

            I have always been the kind of person who looks for the good in everyone.  But I have to say that I have been thinking about taking a course to be able to carry a concealed weapon.  Sadly, you just don’t know when you will end up in the wrong place at the wrong time….movies, shopping, work….   

          • Anonymous

            hiking, camping….

            when seconds count, the police are just minutes away.

          • Anonymous

            What possible issue could you have with somebody practicing their second amendment rights.In the service of this country is where I learned the importance of being prepared and one does not need a fire arms safety class to get a ccp with a dd214.And as far as movies go its been quite some time since I have seen one, prefer to spend what free time I have reading and playing with my critters.Your pity is not nor ever will be needed thanks but you can save it for a victim which I am not.

          • Anonymous

            I have no problem with someone practicing their second amendment rights. My problem is with people walking around locked-cocked- and ready to rock convinced that there is danger around every corner. Just because someone can legally carry a firearm doesn’t mean there reponsible enough to do so. And as far as the discharge papers are concerned, I ‘ve met plenty of people discharged under honorable conditions that have no business owning a firearm.

          • Anonymous

            All I said to begin with was to arm your self ,some how you made the leap to me being ‘dirty harry paranoid ,insecure,partner,wrong biznez and feeling sorry for me.Sounds to me like you are the one that needs to take a little responsibility for the assumptions you make.

  • Anonymous

    Brockton ?
      Is that like the Lewiston of Massachusetts ? 

    • Anonymous

       Brockton makes lewiston look like bar harbor

      • Anonymous

        I will have to drive thru Lewiston someday..cuz Brockton is no Bar Harbor   lol

    • Anonymous

      pretty much

    • Davida Willette

      brockton is a rough place. sleezy is the word for it lot of crime 

  • Davida Willette

    goood they are bring him back 

  • “Sexton hid behind a wall partition and behind his court appointed attorney during the pretrial hearing”
    Sounds like a real tough guy now.

    •  Yep.

      Real tough guys end up dead cause they fight. They don’t hide, or run.

      Sexton is a joke who is going to spend the rest of his meaningless life in prison.

      Jokes on him.

    • Anonymous

      what a Pussy..real tough guy

  • Anonymous

    When he gets back to Bangor, put them in the same cell and let them figure out who is guilty for the 3 murders

    • Anonymous

      Chain gang them and make them  work at the clean up  aftermath of “Sandy” . They can start with bringing the roller coaster out of the water. Then they can go in the tunnels and sweep the water out.   When these tasks are done , then they can sleep with the sewer rats. Of course, there is snow to shovel in virginia.  It really pisses me off to think there are so many with out homes due to “Sandy” and these 2 dirtbags have 3 hots and a cot. The others are stranded or in large community shelters.  Somethings wrong with this picture.

  • Anonymous

    This is a sad story. Regardless of whether or not the victims had drug histories doesn’t matter. Their deaths are a tragedy. I remember reading an article about the female victim’s past. Her life had been a string of tragedies since she was a little girl. Too bad she doesn’t get the chance to have something better. I feel so sorry for the families.

  • Rob Grant

    Poor choices or not these three people were murdered!!! It is becoming all to clear that “money” is hoping to cut a deal and rat out his fellow murderer… Sickening is what it is… I only ever met Nicole a couple times and remember her being one of the most lively persons I have ever met…. While I do not know the specifics of how she died I cannot imagine it was a peaceful transition… These murders are wrong on so many levels, I can only hope for life without parole for these two… NO PLEA DEALS!!!

    •  There is no Parole system in Maine. There hasn’t been for decades.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for eveyone involved for staying on this case. We don’t need scumbags like this in the community. 

  • Anonymous

    The license plate on the rental car led police right back to Sexton.  I guess this means that Sexton won’t go down as one of America’s most clever criminals.

  • jerrymyx

     this is why, I didn”t  think, the tragedy was ( Dominican gang related), or any other big name gang; as was quoted in a comment. Sexton/ Daluz would have been offed in Mass!! on account of their incompetence,  leaving evidence…..

  • Anonymous

    Report: Sexual assaults in Maine prisons more than double national average

    A little light pre sentence reading for these two fine boys from Mass

  • jerrymyx

     are you off topic, or indicating something?

  • Anonymous

    Today the detectives are pulling double duty, as police officers and trash men.  Unfortunately for them, they have to travel to Massachusetts to pick up the trash.

  • Anonymous

    So is Sexton gonna say it was all Daluz on the ride back?

  • It would be a shame if he “fell” getting in or out of the cruiser. 

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