Friday, July 21, 2017

Aftermath: Olathe Alleged Deadly Hate Crime Death Penalty Contemplation

Bar shooting and "get out of my country" quote shocked the nation and now authorities consider consequences and justice:

Feds get more time for death penalty decision in Olathe Austins Bar shooting

Federal prosecutors have been granted more time to decide if they will seek the death penalty for the fatal shooting of an Indian man at an Olathe bar. A federal judge on Thursday granted prosecutors a six-month stay in the federal hate crime case filed against Adam Purinton.

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Why the rigamarole on this? This is truly why we need to bring back public hangings. No doubt on crime, confession, etc. Hang 'em high. Once every quarter gather them up in a public place, force the existing prisoner's to attend, juvie hall, and open to the public. Kill 'em and be done with it. Save the drawn out death sentences for cases where one is judged by peers.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

LOLZ^^^^^^^^^^^

Anonymous said...

Why are we even considering this. Adam Purinton is innocent anyway.

Anonymous said...

In other words the Feds can not prove a hate crime, but they will dangle the possibility around while making a plea deal. I am sure they are hoping this guy will testify and say something that will make their case for them - typical bureaucrats after a headline. They asked for time to "further" investigate because they don't have any substantive evidence of a hate crime.If they could prove it they would. I believe someone made the point months ago that it takes more than we have in this case to make a hate crime. ahem!!!!

Anonymous said...

An obvious case of self defense