Suspect in high school athlete's deat...

Suspect in high school athlete's death says he pulled the trigger

There are 2 comments on the A liberal dose story from Nov 30, 2007, titled Suspect in high school athlete's death says he pulled the trigger. In it, A liberal dose reports that:

DeAngelo Cortez Morton headed to Sam Houston High School's homecoming game in September looking for a fight.

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Karla

Mansfield, TX

#2 Apr 8, 2008
What does he mean his parents are mad because they may never see their son again, DeAngelo Morton is very ignorant. His parents can always go to the prison to visit, write letters, or even take and send pictures. While Quintarick's mother and family will NEVER see him again. So who gives a damn about how his parents feel. I hope he gets what he deserves.
Ladavia

United States

#3 Nov 3, 2012
Well im nt saying what deangelo done was right but as the mother of his child you are out of place for the name calling... The boys from sam houston has shot at them 2 dey problem is dat dey missed...

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