November 17, 2019
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Comments for: Thayne Ormsby’s lawyers file appeal in Amity triple-homicide case

  • Anonymous

    You did it,now pay the price.The world is made safer by putting people like you in prison.

  •  I AGREE

  • Anonymous

    Oh you mean killing 3 people is bad? I can go to jail for the rest of my life for it? Well, this changes everything, I want a do over, I didn’t know it wasn’t something society and the legal system thought highly of. Dude, you’re getting a cell. 

  • Anonymous

    Since we don’t have Capital punishment in Maine, lock up the POS for the rest of his miserable life. 

  • He did it. He killed twice, then went for a 3rd. Then he ran and tried to burn evidence and had someone drive him to NH to try and escape. No, he did it, admitted to it to MSP twice even after he was read Miranda. He’s done and he’s gonna be Riverview’s longest serving patient. Choke on it !

    • Anonymous

      He would have to be found NCR (Not Criminally Responsible) in order to go to Riverview’s forensic unit- they found him guilty not NCR.  He’ll be spending the rest of his life behind bars which is where he belongs.

  • Unfortunately you can’t change what you did to 3 people like you changed your appearance.

  • Anonymous

    Since he is now in state care, who pays the bill for filing frivolous appeals?  Sure hope it isn’t the taxpayers!!

    • Anonymous

      yes we do.

      • Anonymous

        Now this is something that needs fixing. They appeal, they should foot the bill upfront in it’s entirity. They win we the taxpayers kick back $ and pick up the bill. They lose they pick up the entire bill including, court costs and the judges pay for their time spent without any recourse. If this individual has a lawyer that thinks an appeal is winnable, surely he would bank roll it, wouldn’t he?

        •  So only people with money should be able to access the appeals process?

  • Anonymous

    Why are they appealing this? Does his family really think he is innocent? If they don’t think he is innocent then what are they looking for a slap on the wrist and a don’t do it again ?!

  • PaulNotBunyan

    Great writing by Jen Lynds.

  • Anonymous

    Put him in general pop unsupervised for about 10 minutes had his appeals will be over!!

  • Anonymous

    let your  victims rest. shut up and pay your due

  • The fact that he murdered two adults is horrible enough.  The fact that he chased a ten year old boy down a hallway that was begging for his life, and stabbed a CHILD to death, even with that child begging and crying for his  life, this man doesn’t deserve to still be breathing.  And I know I know a bunch of hippie loser Obama voters are going to cry ”Oh thats revenge, he will spend the rest of his life in prison…”  If that little boy was a relation of mine, I’d a made sure he didn’t even get inside the court house, true story.  This guy is a monster and DOES NOT deserve ANY appeals or even to be able to continue to live.  This ”person” for lack of a better word is a horrible monster, hands down.  You wouldn’t have heard about this 50 years ago, the rest of the family of the victims would have handled it with no cops at all.  And I doubt anyone would have missed the vile piece of feces…

  • Anonymous

    Cmon, enough taxpayer money on worthless people like this.  Surely we can use our resources on much better causes

  • Anonymous

     This was a “slam-dunk guilty” situation. Surely the Vampire defense attorneys are behind any “appeal”. I live in the County and know, that Leclaire and Dunleavy  DROOL over the “public defender trough”.  The dim bulb Ormsby  didn’t think up this appeal up on his own..

    He’s so dumb, he needed a knife to solve a perceived 1+1 =2 ….  simple problem.
    Supermax in Warren for Shane…..  do not pass go. EVER! Three stabs and your out. ;-)

  • Anonymous

    This is a waste of  tax payers money. The jury found him guilty,  we need to resepct the jury’s decision.  Why should he get a second chance?  All those he killed didn’t.

    • Anonymous

      Unfortunately, I’m thinking there will be even more appeals if this one doesn’t succeed. It can go up the ladder to the US Supreme court. I’m not saying it will, just that it could. Waste of resources, but true.

  • Anonymous

    Every week I ride by Jeff Ryan’s empty trailer, Bob Dehahn’s home and Jason (and Crystal) Dehahn’s empty trailer.

    Every time I think of Ormsby, it gives me a cold feeling of dread … and I’m (somewhat) relieved by the sentence that was rendered.

    I think all the appeals won’t matter. Nothing so far has indicated much (if any) chance of any different verdict. I think that (sentence) is a very good outcome, despite all the appeals costs and all the further drama that will continue to be smeared over everyone who’s been affected by this crud.

    Each appeal will surely provide another worthy SLAP in that kid’s face. I hope he is slammed that way for decades and decades.

    I regret that I will not live long enough to *water* (you know what I mean) on his grave.~ Rob

  • Anonymous

    Spend the money to be spent in the farce of appeal on preventing more people like him from developing. Tho’- can you prevent evil from developing? The only ones to profit from this are the lawyers.

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