This story, along with others on this issue, have said they lived 5 minutes
apart but had never met. From where I live in Millcreek Township, 5 minutes
means about 60,000+ people. I do not understand why this line continues as a
part of this story, it is really meaningless.As for Mr. Campos, from
my point of view, he should not be retried. And the Gov. should pardon him.
Some of these "neighborhood watch" people are more spooky than the
criminals (think Serbeck and Zimmerman). If someone was following my daughter
late at night, like David Serbeck did with Campos' daughter, I would want
to know who and why someone was following her and I would be very concerned.
Fitz:You think the governor should pardon Campos???? I'm glad
you're not the governor.
This man should be tried again...First his anger problem, second his seeming
lack of regret for what he has done. The man he shot, regardless on his own
failings, has been sentenced to a wheelchair for the rest of his life, which
more than likely will be shorten because of that.Now if they parole him
with the provision that he will provide restitution to the individual he has crippled for life, then so be it. Perhaps this will remind him that when
his daughter is safe in his house, using the phone to call the police is a much
wiser move than taking his gun and going out, looking for someone to shoot.