Is there a form of life lower than that which rapes members of its own species, sets the victims on fire while they are alive and takes an item of their clothing as a souvenir? For three years I would have said “no”, but once again there are wastes of skin found below the bottom of the barrel. Rather than going into detail on the original crime, please Google or Bing “Petit Cheshire”. Warning – some of the crime scene photos Satan found disturbing.
Sounds like the case is open and shut – the 2 perps were caught in the act at a crime scene surrounded by cops. No one else could have possibly committed this crime and after some review of the gruesome details, it’s not like one of the victims could have accidentally caused such carnage. Even Santa Claus would have faced the death penalty.
While this case has some similarities to the Charles Stuart case which happened in Boston back in October 1989, here the surviving victim was found to be innocent. Charles Stuart had masterminded an almost perfect crime – a nice white couple expecting a child victimized in a bad black neighborhood while returning from one of he best medical facilities in Boston. Charles even hand picked a POS which looked good for the crime.
He chose Mission Hill near Roxbury, a bad neighborhood in Boston, knowing gun shots would not draw attention. What really gripped the nation was the fact that the police had to find the couple by playing “hot and cold” with police sirens heard over his car phone. Thankfully, in both cases, the police departments were thorough and investigated ALL possibilities.
Given the horrible nature of the crime(s), the State of CT chose to seek the Death Penalty. In CT that means that the perp will be whipped with a dry noodle, a clear violation of the 10th amendment according to some of the weenies living within the same state borders as me. And to insure that no one is unfairly receives the wrath of the dry noodle, the State of CT hires special attorneys.
I contacted the office of Auden Grogons, one of the special attorneys for Joshua Komisarjevsky about the exact amount of her “special rate” for the State of CT. Needless to say I did not get a reply and I assume any further attempts to contact her office would be considered harassment. After all I am just one of the “great unwashed” taxpayers. But I’m sure that the special hourly rate is a bit more than many of us see in a day… or a week in some cases.
One of the first things the two defense teams did for their “clients” (I put that term in quotes because we, the taxpayers, are the ones who really hired the lawyers) was to get separate trials. If both POS, Hayes and Komisarjevsky, were tried together the prosecution’s job becomes much easier, because all evidence will help convict both defendants, even if some of it only applies to one or the other. The same will go for witnesses. One trial, one verdict, two POS get fried.
With separate trials, each side would blame the other, creating some doubt as to which one is guilty of the various charges. In other words, one defendant could be separately innocent, and yet together they’re both guilty. Sounds like a theme from a Doctor Seuss book.
Also with separate trials, each POS is able to call the other POS all sorts of names and no one is there to object. Thus alone in the court room Steven Hayes may appear to be a nice guy, but when he’s around his buddy Joshua, he may be a different person, just ask the sole surviving member of the Petit family.
At the beginning of the trial, Ullmann conceded that his client “did it”…. but of course his client was not guilty of the charges, because the other POS was really responsible for the escalation of violence that occurred. Steve never meant to hurt anyone – after all doesn’t Santa Claus break into people’s homes as well?
Ullmann first blamed the fact that there was a door that was left unlocked. Seems to me that Steve chose to trespass, a crime in itself. I hardly think that a totally locked house would have stopped them; maybe just slowed them down a bit.
As far as the rape charges went, Ullmann stated that his client raped the wife because Joshua (the other POS) raped the 11 year old daughter, and Joshua wanted Hayes (Ullmann’s POS) to square the deal. Hayes could have just said “No”.
As far as the arson charges go, Hayes did not strike the match, so I guess that makes him a good person. Hayes did douse the house with gasoline, as to destroy evidence of their presence. Then again gasoline itself does not erase DNA, so why would one douse the house in gasoline….. because he was told to do so is what Ullmann would want us to believe. Because Hayley and Jennifer Petit were raped, their bodies were evidence, they too were doused with gasoline as well – Hayley while she was still alive and conscious. The wife was strangled to death before her body was set on fire.
Many witnesses had to relive the horror over and over again for weeks. Ullmann also tried to place the blame for the deaths on police for acting too slowly, then on the fire department for not showing up to what appeared to be a hostage situation.
After the jury found that Steven Hayes guilty on 16 of 17 charges, Ullmann’s job is now to keep a guilty POS alive. In a good call, Judge Blue struck down the argument that the Death Penalty would be too costly. Judge Blue felt that using cost and economics as an argument to save any particular POS a perversion of justice.
After all of this reading, one may conclude that Ullmann worked hard for Steven Hayes; except for the fact that Steven wanted to simply plead guilty before the trial even began! Ullmann would not let “his” client plead guilty.
I wish to thank Max for further researching the facts behind the story. I drew most of my information from various media sources and I missed an important fact – Thomas Ullmann is the Chief Public Defender for the State of CT
So whose interests did Ullmann represent?
Not Steven Hayes – he wanted to just get it all over with. Weather he was being selfish and did not want to go through the trial himself or have the decency as to not force William Petit to relive the horror I do not know. But it appeared to me that Steven Hayes was ready to own up to what he did. He’s ready to die.
(Please note I have read a number of different versions of Steven Hayes’s guilty plea – one says the judge rejected it, one says Steve would plead guilty if the death penalty was taken off the table while others are concerned because Steve may be looking to commit suicide by pleading guilty) If there is a chance that he may be looking to commit suicide, I’ll let him take a bath at my house with the toaster…
Not William Petit – he wants Steven dead. I am sure that William Petit loves the memories of his wife and two daughters, but would rather not discuss the last few hours of their lives.
Not the Cheshire first responders, especially in light of Ullmann’s attempts to blame the three deaths on them.
Not most of the State of CT, – most of us want this POS dead. There are a few weenies that need to get to know Steven Hayes better and/or have their heads removed from their ass.
By refusing to allow Steven Hayes to plead guilty, Thomas Ullmann has shown me just how low the Nanny State will go. While many fear that government health care may deny care which could result in an earlier death, Steven Hayes is not allowed to die until the State of CT says it’s OK to do so. Steven Hayes has “hoarded” his anti-depressant medication so he could later overdose, only to be rushed to the hospital. Knowing that my tax dollars are being used to save this POS when he is voluntarily attempting suicide depresses me, but I guess the State of CT will not care about my depression until I commit some type of crime, just as long as it’s not tax evasion.
Thomas Ullmann is an expert on Steven Hayes because he works for the state. Mr. Ullmann is there to insure that everyone shares the blame in creating the situation that allowed Steven Hayes to commit such an act. Mr Petit should have locked all doors to the house, the police should have acted quicker, the police should not have spooked Joshua and Steve, the fire dept should have been there in standby, Joshua said and blah blah bullshitting blah. So one need not be rich to have a nanny turn one into an irresponsible spoiled shithead, criminals, on our dime, also get that same privilege!
Given that Steven Hayes has attempted suicide 7 times, I feel that there is only one way to see if he’s serious about wanting to die or if he’s playing the game as well. In big letters on his paper work and cell, put the letters DNR – Do Not Resuscitate. Inform Steven that if he does attempt suicide again, we, the state, will allow such to happen. Inform Steven that he’ll be fully responsible for whatever happens to him, especially if he should fail to die. Let him know that he could end up in a vegetative state for a while before he dies.
Despite the fact that Steven now has few responsibilities, the state should not be ready to take over the rest. Steven should still be responsible for getting the food from the plate to his mouth and for wiping his own ass. Should Steven do something to himself that puts himself in a state where he is unable to carry out those tasks, let him rot
While everyone is entitled to a reasonably good defense, no one is entitled to a life without responsibility. In my opinion, Ullmann should have been a priest, given that Ullmann seems to want to absolve those individuals who demonstrate their sorrow and remorse of serious consequences. To me, a good priest would hold Steven Hayes head under the holy water until he stopped breathing.
For all of you who feel I am being too judgmental, who feel that only those without sin should cast the first stone, I ask that you please leave the planet. It is you who let God’s good Earth become more like hell every day. By calling evil sick, then sick misunderstood evil spreads What Steven Hayes did is evil, my father’s cancer was sick. Child rapists who burn the bodies of their victims while the soul is still in the body are about as close to pure evil as we can get on this Earth.
While none of us are God, nor none of us here are on His advisory board, we are all called to do God’s work. While God is the only true judge, God does ask His followers to keep each other in line. Maybe if Steven Hayes had someone to discipline him, hold him accountable for his actions and help him develop a conscience, three more people would be alive today.
This Story Was Written And Submitted By The Nibbler. The Regulars Around Here Know The Nibbler Better By His Alter-Ego, The One And Only Fred.
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