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March 31, 2004

Rot in Hell, Doughboy

The world was done a great service Monday when wanted murderer Phokham "Doughboy" Keomanivong blew his brains out in Wendover, Nevada, with a stolen gun. Keomanivong was wanted in connection with a 1995 murder at a KFC in Midvale, Utah. His case had attracted national attention, and was even featured on the show America's Most Wanted.

The Keomanivong boys could be the poster children for anti-immigration activists. They were members of a violent Laotian gang, the Tiny Oriental Posse; Doughboy's younger brother Steven is in the Utah State prison for gunning down an innocent girl because she was riding in the wrong car. And both were shielded from the police by their family and friends, which explains why Phokham was able to hide for so long.

The only bright spot in this whole episode is that Doughboy had the courtesy to spare the victims and the State of Utah the trauma and expense of trying and imprisoning him. For that, he deserves some credit. But that's small comfort to the victims.

Posted by Captain Holly at March 31, 2004 06:48 PM | TrackBack
Comments
I have often thought that in every death row cell there should be a rope fashioned with a hangman's knot at the end where the convicted felon could spare the taxpayers the cost of his incarceration and end his life on his own. At least, in his death, he could do something for someone else for a change. Posted by: El-ahrairah at March 31, 2004 11:36 PM
Fuck u who wrote this u lucky Dough didnt get ur ass.. u can talk a lot of shit after he's gone! Posted by: skandall at April 5, 2004 03:56 PM
It is indeed a good thing Doughboy didn't come after me when he was alive: I'm a concealed weapon permittee, and probably a much better shot than he was (although I note he did hit the target with one shot the last time he used a gun). Doughboy was so scared of being caught he didn't even dare go into the casinos because the cameras might have recorded him. You gang-banger wannabees need to get a clue: You have no power or influence outside of your Granger/Glendale ghettos. While you're chillin' with da homies, the rest of the world is leaving you far behind. Phokham was a loser. He finally realized that. Posted by: Captain Holly at April 6, 2004 09:56 AM
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