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Kalmio sentenced to life in prison for 4 murders

April 30, 2013

Omar Mohamed Kalmio, 28, was sentenced to four consecutive terms of life in prison without the possibility of parole by Judge Douglas Mattson at Northwest District Court at the Ward County Courthous......

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WorriedAmerican

Apr-30-13 4:24 PM

Great! Now we, the ND taxpayers, get to feed and house him for life for killing four other people? Where is justice in that? Such crimes as this we need the death penalty and carried out swiftly and publicly to prevent further crimes like this!

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EarlyBird

Apr-30-13 4:30 PM

I think the kind of animal Kalimo is gets shipped out to a Federal cage where others like him can kill each other at will. I guess when you believe in God like I choose to you know that mankind cannot begin to fathom what eternal punishment really is.

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WorriedAmerican

Apr-30-13 4:47 PM

EB he will be sent to the Bismarck state pen.

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EarlyBird

Apr-30-13 5:16 PM

worried.. I doubt he will in Bismarck very long, unless we elect him to legislature.

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ProgressiveLiberal

Apr-30-13 9:41 PM

Time for North Dakota to bring in the death penalty. Just saying so that when we start killing by death by drone, it will look good.

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billldoesntgetit

Apr-30-13 11:15 PM

Shoulda been tried in Texas.. He would have been dead by the end of summer..

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afriend

Apr-30-13 11:18 PM

taxpayer money put to waste. Starve him, strip him, let him lay in his own filth for the rest of time. I along with other friends and family knew in our hearts that this monster was guilty from day one. I could say alot of mean things but, I have faith that eternal punishment will be full of dark flames for this killer. thou shall not kill. I pray for healing for the families and friends of Jolene, Sabrina, Dillon and Jeremy. My heart still aches but we will meet again.RIP my friend.

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EarlyBird

May-01-13 7:06 AM

Dang it does sound like we keep critters like that down in the pen. I was not aware of that. It doesn't seem fair he can end four peoples lives but still continue to live his own, we all agree murder/killing is wrong and two wrongs does cannot make a right. It's hard to be human some days.

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EarlyBird

May-01-13 7:08 AM

two wrongs cannot make a right...

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locomotive

May-01-13 7:37 PM

Perhaps the comment was made about TX because TX will implement a death penalty when someone is found guilty of a capital crime.

"...since the death penalty was re-instituted in the United States in the 1976 Gregg v. Georgia decision, Texas has executed (all via lethal injection) more inmates than any other state (beginning in 1982 with the execution of Charles Brooks, Jr.), notwithstanding that two states (California and Florida) have a larger death row population than Texas."

First in line to introduce a favorite topic again, willgrr?

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