I really wish people wouldn't make such ignorant comments. My husband happens to know the victim and he is a legal citizen! He works for a green house in another state in the midwest that sells their product to the Farm and Fleet in Antigo and they were there for one night to disasemble the temporary structure. I believe he has 2 children and a wife that are now left to face life's challenges without him! He did not take a job away from any of your children! It breaks my heart to read what has been previously written.
IF you know the family then this comment may help you to help them:
As for the plea, Uttke published that he will ask the judge for 15 years and 10 years of reporting IF IT IS AGREEMENT WITH THE VICTIMS FAMILY. That usually means that for 15 years, and 5 off for time served and 5 for good behavior, that 5 would be the usual max actually served, but from what I hear from someone who was in jail, the family has not petitioned the judge or the DA and unless they do, the judge may lower the sentence still.
That means that the guy could get next to nothing in penalty.
WHY HASN’T THE VICTIMS FAMILY STOOD UP FOR THEIR FAMILY MEMBER!! A GREAT DEAL OF HOW THIS GOES DEPENDS ON THEM.
Uttke can only do so much without support.
I’ve seen where really hard core criminals have gotten off almost scott free because their mommas cried to the judge…and no one countered.
So what does that say about our justice system…If a man is without a family to speak up for him that it is okay to take his life away?
And if jail is the only thing keeping this guy from the bars…will there be another before justice finds a home??
Doesn’t seem right to me.
I know if that was my son, I would be camped on the judges doorstep until he gave my son justice.
Don’t think I am bashing the family. There have been enough idiots try to do that…adding unfounded insult to fatal injury…and those people should be totally ashamed of themselves….
But if there is to be justice, the family of the victim has to ask for it.
I don’t think Jesus was plannig to die that day. Where is his voice?