Killer of Registrant Sentenced to 75 years But Has No Remorse

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEHT) — An Evansville man will spend decades behind bars for murdering a sex offender. According to court documents, 34-year-old Ricky Allen Kiper Jr. was sentenced to 60 years in prison and 15 years for a habitual offender enhancement after pleading guilty to murder several weeks ago. Kiper shot and killed James ____ at a home on the northside of Evansville on July 27, 2022. After the shooting, officials confirmed that the deceased victim was on the sex offender registry list. Read the full article…

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  1. WC_TN

    These vigilante murders of PFRs happen time and time and time and time again and are increasing in frequency and yet judges are still hell-bent on upholding the WELL-KNOWN LIE that the registry is not punitive and does not in any way breach the 8th Amendment’s prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment even though these murders prove beyond any honest reasonable doubt that members of the public are capable and perfectly willing, nay, even EAGER to misuse the information in order to carry out violent murderous acts of vigilantism against PFRs and their family members. THE REGISTRY IS AN ACCESSORY TO EVERY LAST VIGILANTE MURDER OF A P.F.R. IT PROVIDES A TURN-BY-TURN ROADMAP TO ANY RESIDENCE AND PAIRED WITH GOOGLE STREET VIEW SHOWS THESE WOULD-BE MURDERERS A PHOTO OF THE P.F.R’S HOUSE! How much more of a particularized and immediate threat to the very lives of P.F.R.s has to exist before the courts and legislators get honest about it? How many more P.F.R.s have to be murdered before prosecuting attorneys get honest enough to add the misuse of the the public registry for retaliatory action to these murder’s list of criminal offenses? Do they really care more about preserving their precious law than preserving human lives? I think to ask is but to answer.

    1. mut

      i agree. legislators are culpable. entirely foreseeable. should be felony murder.