Thank you Johnny for you input, but until you walked in the shoes of someone who has had a family member brutally murdered, you can not judge me or how I feel. As far as the cozy life of a prison inmate, he has it far better than the homeless men, women and children (getting shelter, food, and anemities) that have never done anything unlawful in their lives. And to boot...we (the families of the victims) are paying for these anemities with our own tax money. Ya, I truly feel bad those behind bars. As far as Gary Sampson...he doesn't have any remorse, don't kid yourself, you didn't sit there through the trial. Isn't that enough you ask....NO, it is not.
Laura, I had no idea. I'm so sorry.