Skip to comments.First of 3 accused of killing 5 at Fero's Bar in Denver held without bond
Posted on 10/19/2012 7:59:48 AM PDT by catnipman
Denver police have arrested three suspects including two brothers and a parolee in the deaths of five people whose bodies were found inside a Denver bar after a fire was set.
The bodies were found about 1:50 a.m. Wednesday by firefighters responding to a blaze at Fero's Bar & Grill, 357 S. Colorado Blvd., according to the Denver Police Department. ... "It appears the motive of this crime was a robbery," said Ron Saunier, Denver Police Department's major crimes unit commander. "The arson was set to try to cover up the crime." ...
(Excerpt) Read more at timescall.com ...
Hey, that’s my hometown newspaper, which I dropped when they sold out to the Denver Compost.
No hurry, but you can plan on dusting up the death chamber for these vermin.
“Mom of one suspect says her son “is a good boy”.
Don’t they always?
Thirty years no hurry? How long does Colorado take?
At least the feds move fairly quickly: Timothy McVeigh, John Muhammed.
The stupidity of the crime ought to be an aggravating factor.
Mugshots of the suspects: (left to right) Lynell J. Hill, Joseph Nathanael Hill, and Dexter Lewis.
3 less votes for obama
More proof that some people are just not good at math.
Get three strong ropes ready. Am I politically incorrect?
“Three of Obama’s sons charged with murdering five people in cold blood, including four females......”
Yes, more of Obama’s sons carrying out their assigned duties in the ObamaNation. We need more folks carrying concealed and trained in proper gunfighting-—and we need it soon.
Dexter Lewis looks like Theo Huxtable.
“Hey, thats my hometown newspaper, which I dropped when they sold out to the Denver Compost.”
My hometown paper too, and after subscribing for decades, I dropped it a few years ago because I got tired of paying for all the syndicated AP and McClatchy propaganda they stuffed the paper with. I used to discuss this with their editors and write letters countering the crap, but got tired of doing that and finally just quit paying them for regurgitated lies. BTW, I was stunned at the shallowness of knowledge of current affairs their top editors had. I was far, far more knowledgeable than they were since I was reading daily publications and web sites all over the world, naturally using FR as the jumping off point.
At any rate, you can sign up for a free daily email synopsis of the important things in the paper and keep up that way. That’s what I do.
“No hurry, but you can plan on dusting up the death chamber for these vermin.”
I really hope so. If this isn’t a death penalty case, then Colorado shouldn’t even bother to keep it on the books.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.