Second suspect in beating of WWII vet turns himself in to police
A second man faces life in prison in the savage Oct. 28 beating of an 83-year-old Genoa Township man after turning himself in to Michigan State Police this afternoon.
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“Radical Religious Right”
Since: Jun 08
#1 Dec 4, 2008
There's no reason for this guy to get less than life without parole. To brutalize an 83-year-old like this is inexcusable and I pray he never leaves prison alive.
#2 Dec 5, 2008
was it a hate crime ?
By that, I mean was the vet of one race and the criminals of another ?
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