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    Just out of curiosity how did you find this thread?
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    Just out of curiosity how did you meet him in prison?

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    well i do have to say

    i served 2 years with him at scott state prison for a drug offense. we wre housed in the same dorm and interacted on a very regular basis and worked out together often as well. but like i said u cant judge a guy by his crime or by an article from the paper that is tottaly biased against the man. chip mize isnt a monster and the fact that he was into martial arts has nothing to do with the case at hand.

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    Of course we can judge him on the basis of a murder, and attempted murder he committed. If it was good enough for the Justice system its good enough for me!

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    That is just about the most disgusting, horrifying thing I can imagine. That poor family.
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    I remember when this happened, the guy wasn't a monster, but he did flip the **** out and kill someone.

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    ok chip is more than likely never gonna experience alot of the small things that yall take for granted but ok neither will his father ok so i understand that but to call a man who under unknown circumstances snapped and killed someone a monster is wrong we all have been at a snapping point ok most of us have not lost control the way he did but im sure there were things going on in that home that none of us will ever know about, he lost control took a life and is paying for it with his life behind bars so let it go already. the past is the opast we all regret and want to change something we have done but he is the one who has to live with the idea that he took his own fathers life not us can u imagine the mental anguish he must endure for the rest of his life u ppl should should leave him alone and let his own mind give him the same thing u r

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    According to the paper he snapped when he would have had to have admitted to his parents that he had lied to them about going to college for four years and that he had graduated, when he had dropped out four years previously. That indicates a pathological level of dishonesty. I don't doubt that he told you guys another story, (funny how people do that) but he didn't just snap, there was a build up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juggalostyle17 View Post
    ok chip is more than likely never gonna experience alot of the small things that yall take for granted but ok neither will his father ok so i understand that but to call a man who under unknown circumstances snapped and killed someone a monster is wrong we all have been at a snapping point ok most of us have not lost control the way he did but im sure there were things going on in that home that none of us will ever know about, he lost control took a life and is paying for it with his life behind bars so let it go already. the past is the opast we all regret and want to change something we have done but he is the one who has to live with the idea that he took his own fathers life not us can u imagine the mental anguish he must endure for the rest of his life u ppl should should leave him alone and let his own mind give him the same thing u r
    Have some kids of your own; Dedicate your life to them, change their diapers, go to their football games, go without food so they can eat... then wake up with a knife in your face because you tried to buy them a car for a graduation that never happened -- then tell me this person doesn't need to be incinerated. What happened to the tuition, book money, etc?

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