CHESTER STILES GETS TWENTY-ONE LIFE TERMS
courtesy KLAS Channel 8, Las Vegas
Chester Stiles, the man who videotaped his sexual abuse of a toddler and molested a 6-year-old, will spend the rest of his life in prison.
At his sentencing, Judge Jennifer Togliatti said, “What is most telling to me from the letters that he writes, and the phone calls that he has made, and from his statement in court today, is that he has no remorse for the actions in this case, no acceptance of responsibility.”
Stiles who was found guilty on 22 counts of sexual assault of a minor, lewdness with a minor and attempted sexual assault of a minor, was sentenced Friday morning to 21 life sentences plus an additional eight to 10 years. He will not be eligible for parole for 140 years.
There are a few people who have been commenting on PYSIH since I started visiting this website as a lurker a couple of years ago, and they are all people that I have quite a bit of respect for. You can also imagine that, after reading so many stories about the kind of evil people we write about, they must be a pretty jaded bunch, and it would be hard to blame them for being that way.
That’s why when one of those old time regulars, Miwist, contacted me by email about the case of De Jesus Melisio-Camacho, asking me to consider doing a story about him, I suspected it was going to be a long, painful journey before I was done writing this one up. As I dug deeper and deeper into this case, I found that things were even worse than I first suspected.
Let’s talk about stupid people. Everybody knows somebody who’s stupid. I’m not talking about people who can’t recite their multiplication tables, or can’t balance a checkbook. That’s not really stupid, that’s just an person who can’t learn. Hell, I’ve never been able been able to balance a checkbook in my entire life, and I hope no one considers me stupid.
No, the kind of person I’m talking about gets run over by their own car in their own driveway. They suck last year’s gas out of a lawnmower with a shopvac and blow themselves to hell. They commit a murder and lose their driver’s license at the scene. They play golf during thunderstorms and piss on electric fences. Amateur skateboarding videos are chock full of stupid people.
On October 14th, 2008, thirteen year old Kelsey Shannon of Broomsfield, Colorado, got into an argument with her parents. Kelsey, like many teenagers, found herself at odds with her Mom and Dad on several issues, particularly, her choice in friends. Kelsey’s parents had recently discovered that eighteen year old Alex Pacheco, their daughter’s boyfriend, had been sleeping in the family basement without permission.
This was not the first time Kelsey and her parents argued about Alex Pacheco. Pacheco, five years older than their eighth grade daughter, drifted from residence to residence, often staying with close relatives or friends in lieu his parental home. In addition, Alex was a thief, a drug user, a drinker, and had a criminal record. Basically, Alex Pacheco was an all-around loser that no parent would want hanging around their thirteen year old.
Someone put something where it should not have been and made things not work.
I put the thing where it should have been, instead of where it had been put, and things work now.
If they don’t work, you know where to find me.
We’ve also had some changes made that were put into place to speed up the site a bit. Everything should run noticeably faster, but updates might take a bit longer to see.
I have written a few articles for this site and those of you who have read my pieces know that I often use humor and sarcasm to develop a story line or to make a point. Some people have criticized my writing style, critiqued my writing ability (or lack thereof in their humble opinion) agreed with my views or opposed them. I have been flippant, vulgar and downright nasty at times writing a piece or responding to someone else’s opinion. I will not be utilizing any of those traits for this article. I do not need to resort to vulgarity or to use sarcasm to entail the horror that was perpetuated against a child – the facts of the case speak for themselves.
ACCUSED KILLER KEITH LUKE IN BROCKTON COURT WITH SWASTIKA ON HIS FOREHEAD
By Maureen Boyle
GateHouse News Service
Handcuffed, shackled and with a swastika cut into his forehead, Keith Luke (original PYSIH story) stood before the judge and smirked as the clerk read the charges in Brockton Superior Court.
Two counts of murder. Four counts of aggravated rape. Armed kidnapping. Six counts of armed assault with intent to murder. Armed home invasion. A string of gun charges.
Luke, 22, of Brockton, made his first appearance in superior court Wednesday since a grand jury handed up indictments in what authorities have called a racially motivated attack that killed two people and critically wounded a third on Jan. 21.
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UPDATE: Keith Luke Arraigned In Brockton Superior Court
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If you’ve been following the news the last few months, you’ve probably noticed what amounts to an epidemic of men and women killing their families. There’s been a lot of speculation on why this has been happening, much of it based on the condition of the economy and the associated stress that comes with job loss, home mortgage foreclosure and a dwindling bank account.
How much the economy was affecting Christopher Coleman, 32, is unknown. What is know is that Coleman was arrested on May 19th, 2009, accused of murdering his wife Sheri Coleman, 31, and the couple’s sons, Garett, 11, and Gavin, 9.