I looked and didn't see this posted anywhere-hopefully this is not a duplicate thread. Ramon Salcido and his horrendous murders of his wife in 1989, his wife's relatives and his three daughters made me realize for the first time that maybe the death penalty wasn't such a bad thing after all. After murdering his wife, his wife's mother and his wife's sisters, then his employer he took his three young daughters, youngest about 22 months and slit their throats and threw them away to die in a dump :razz: :razz: :razz: One of the daughters, Carmina lived. I always wondered how she fared, emotionally and physically. Now after all these years, she is telling part of her story. What a strong young woman she is. http://www.kron.com/Global/story.asp?S=4072174&nav=5D7i As an aside--I know one of the San Mateo's deputies that transported Salcido to San Mateo County for the trial due to change of venue. As they were driving past San Quentin to get to Redwood City, he said he looked at Salcido, pointed out San Quentin and said see that place, that's going to be your new home. Thank god he was right.