"Should a Convicted Killer be able to work for the State?
Michele's Outrage of the Day Robin Murphy a women accused and charged with a Satanic cult like murder who is now out of prison has a job and was hired by now State Auditor Suzanne Bump for a cushy job in the Government. Is it right for a convicted felon to have a state job?"
Post by aneaglesangel on Apr 29, 2011 3:58:55 GMT -5
Yeah, I saw this a while ago. Some that I talk to are OK with this and say that Robin did a lot of work on her education and herself while in prison. Some are outraged that a convicted killer has a great job. I'm not exactly sure how I feel about this. Many have proclaimed that maybe Robin was really the ringleader of the cult. I'm not sure about anything, but I do hope "the girls" will tell us the truth. Thanks for sharing!
well considering the context of this particular case I don't know what to think either.
but the question itself I find easier to answer- yes convicted killers should be allowed to work for the governement. why shouldn't they make themselves useful? it's hard for ex-convicts to find regular jobs anyway so I believe the Government employing them is a good way to keep them busy doing useful and please-oh-please harmless things.
now when I think about the context of this case I don't know. because if what we've been told about certain killers is true - they will always kill again. I think someone who kills impulsively or in self defense is different from people that actually plot to kill in colorful ways. did I make sense?
Post by aneaglesangel on May 1, 2011 5:38:03 GMT -5
Yup, you made sense. I agree there. Seems there has to be a lot of premeditation with a ritualistic sacrifice. I don't think this is something you can do at the drop of a hat, and it definitely wasn't self defense. I don't know I have mixed feelings on this still. I of course can't know the truth, unless some ghosts can tell me, and ya never know with that what's going to happen, or if spirits even want you to know the truth of things. For all I know, the spirits of the girls aren't even there, and when I recorded those strange EVPs it wasn't even human. Even so, I feel torn by the whole thing. I have heard at least one of their voices but the words only leave me with more questions.
Then I think, is it fair for a convicted killer to get a great state job when there are others who haven't killed anyone who are just as, or more qualified for the job? Yes, I'd like to see them employed, busy doing things other than killing. But at the same time, I've never killed anyone, and I'd be pretty p.o.'ed if a convicted murderer got the job instead of me. Maybe even give that killer a lesser job and let them work their way to a bigger job and prove they don't kill the clientele or something, I don't know. I want them employed, I want them to have to prove themselves. I'm sure it's not easy coming out of prison, and hell, maybe some of them really were innocent and all. But I think in some cases, caution wins the day. But then again, maybe we'll luck out and the convicted killers we employ in these jobs will prefer killing politicians and government officials and save us the trouble!
But I can see both sides. I know it's hard to become employed if you have a record. But if you prove yourself then you'd deserve these positions. And people around you would probably feel more comfortable working with you if you had to prove yourself in some way. I guess only time will tell in Robin's case. I do hope she's successful, and I do hope she proves herself. Hey, for all we know, maybe she'll set an example for others in her position. The only thing I know is that things work themselves out the way they're supposed to in the end. Guess we can only wait and see. And hope.
Post by aneaglesangel on May 2, 2011 4:05:05 GMT -5
Right now work is a struggle for everyone. Our economy sucks, there's not enough jobs and too many people. I'm surprised more people didn't raise a stink over this. I'm sure they were a few people who applied for the same job. But then again, many times it's who you know. She must have a good contact in the state to grab a job like that. Maybe she will prove to us she deserved that job, maybe she won't. Guess we'll have to wait and see.
Let her have her chance to proove herself I say. I'm certain she's not the only one with a criminal record working for the government. She is qualified after all, yet surely there are others without such a history whom are also qualified that needed a job. I'm really curious as to how she landed that job. Even some factory jobs will decline you if they see you have a criminal history. I hope she doesn't abuse any power she may have...
Post by aneaglesangel on Sept 28, 2011 4:39:32 GMT -5
Well, she had her chance to prove herself. She blew it! She was caught with a known heroin dealer, in possession of heroin. She's going back to jail, where I really think she belonged in the first place!