The seven-hour horrific home invasion of the Connecticut doctor, his wife and two children was incomprehensible; tragic beyond compare.
The insensitive, over-used term "closure" was a misnomer as the doctor will never forget the heinous witnessing of his wife's murder and both children's beds doused in the gasoline fatalities.
Why the protracted jury deliberations?
The criminal deserves execution as soon as legally possible.
I cannot empathize, yet sympathize with the living hell the father will awaken to each and every day for the rest of his life.
Barbara Kern, Auburn