I didn't read the article until I saw this comment. WOW, he most certainly will receive multiple life sentences; hopefully this 'bad dog' doesn't escape.<quoted text>
The Capital Murder charged was dropped, which, I believe means that they won't seek the death penalty.
Full story: NBC29 Charlottesville
#22 Feb 11, 2013
#23 Feb 11, 2013
If one person has been the victim of state sponcered premeditated murder as a result of over zealous cops and prosecuters that death smears the whole system of justice. There have been a plethora of cases found to be lacking and falsely accused people have suffered years in prisons for no real reason as a result. Let him rot in jail if he's guilty but murder in the name of justice, yeh, that makes a lot of sense.
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