Posted by fanning the flames...... on April 21, 2012 at 20:20:33:
In Reply to: re: ...still grabbing headlines... posted by Kit on April 21, 2012 at 07:46:37:
But the reality there are legal implications associated with marriage, including but not exclusively property rights. Even if we like the individual, it doesn't hide the fact that he deceived these individuals. He comitted fraud.
Yes, it isn't as bad as murder, but again the sentences are not comparable either. The victims are entitled to have their side of the story.
Thankfully we live in a free society, with a relatively free press. The press only waste time on these stories (but to be honest I have not seen the article) when theybpreceive there is an national interest.
My point originally was the only one who was giving this story was Mr Killeen himself, and cynically I asked why? Because he has a book he is trying to sell!
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