Defense wants statements surpressed in murder case
District Attorney Chad Taylor, left, hands to Billy Frank Davis Jr.'s defense attorney Mark Manna, center, a formal notice saying the prosecution would seek the death penalty in the slaying of Ahliyah Nachell Irvin, 8, whose body was found in a clothes dryer in the basement of an apartment.
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#1 Oct 11, 2012
Why, because they're afraid of the truth? This P.O.S. deserves to have the needle put in his arm and save a little for the D-Bag that's defending him. There are people/losers out there that do not deserve to be defended.
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