The loss of life is senseless and tragic. To go over 30 years without who done it, is even more tragic. Your devotion and dedication to the case and your sister's voice is admirable and honorable.
Your statements of being upset with the justice system and Mr.Bronson's mental defense is understandable; however, the accused does have the right to fight the accusations and if he can not actively participate in his defense then it is not a fair trial.
Your statements of being upset with the Police in this matter are wrong. Police work and the Law is not exact science and while all investigations can be improved on, the facts in this case show that the Police did their best and followed up as diligently as possible. Technology and funds to utilize it were what was needed and unfortunately it took over 30 years to have both and from the articles it sounds clear that had it not been for technology the wrong man would still have been hunted.
As for the medical costs and care here is a news flash- the tax payers have been paying for his treatment all along- and if convicted by a jury they still would be.
Instead of focusing on the negative, why don't you look at the positive. His DNA and his confession has shown the world he is a murderer. His physical sufferings make it so he can not run, walk or even wipe himself- so he is in prison within himself at least. If he is truly mentally defective then the visions haunting his mind are still there because he can not get the release for his soul that a confession brings. More over if he is deemed competent to stand trial, I am sure there are still suppression ways to get his confession out because of his mental and physical state. If this happened then his attorneys will explain away the DNA with whatever story they can concoct- look at the Anthony trial and the accusations against the parents.
I am not sure what kind of justice you are looking for or if you are looking for vengeance and not justice. My understanding is that Norma was a woman of faith. With that understanding I am sure jury trail or no jury trial, she would be thankful that her children and family have been given closure. She would be thankful that the innocent man haunted by everyone in his home town finally got closure and peace for his family to be able to have their pride back fully. I am sure she would be thankful with GODS plan and his punishment.
Put your rust and faith in GOD and trust his plan even though it does not make sense to you now; it will later.