Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Unconstitutional Life Sentence Reconsidered After Historic Kansas City Firefighter Tragedy

Update . . . The case will be picked back in March . . . Something to consider: "In 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that mandatory life sentences for people under 18 are unconstitutional, a decision that ultimately led to a new sentencing hearing for Sheppard." Meanwhile, local news still can't resist confusing grief for guilt: Kansas City Man Asks For Release From Life Sentence In Deaths Of Kansas City Firefighters

5 Comments:

Byron Funkhouser said...

Convicted does not equal guilty.

Arrested does not equal guilty, either.

Anonymous said...

However guilty equals guilty...and he sure as hell is!

Anonymous said...

Byron D. Funkhouser, a German liberal, democrat, who loves the Nazi word along with, redneck, idiot, moron, racist, bigot, extremist, right winger...need I say more?

Anonymous said...

The two security guards torched a truck for insurance and the police picked on some low-hanging fruit with the help of the FBI agent who ordered Vicky Weaver shot.

Dtone said...

I feel for Bryan Shep n Richard Brown,,, let the homie out