Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Plea Deal After Double Killing In The Dotte

Local family confronted with cold, brutal reality of the justice system following tragedy. Read more:

A Victim's Family Wonders Why A Man Convicted In a Double Killing In Kansas City, Kansas, Won't Serve Time

The plea deal had been arranged and was playing out on a Zoom in five boxes: judge, court reporter, prosecutor, defense attorney, defendant. Andrew Ray Manakul appeared in the small square on the bottom of the screen during the late-October call, the slight 19-year-old wearing the gray-striped uniform of the Wyandotte County jail, a mask across his face and a sheriff's officer across his right shoulder.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Justice served. He did not start the gun play, he ended it.

Anonymous said...

He’s White. That’s why. They’re never responsible for their behavior. Ever.

Anonymous said...

"A Victim's Family Wonders Why A Man Convicted In a Double Killing In Kansas City, Kansas, Won't Serve Time"

That's nothing. I am wondering why Freddy's did not put pickles on my Freddy's Burger !!!

Anonymous said...

^^^ exactly!

Anonymous said...

^^^ Wierdo. The deceased is the Hispanic. The killers are White...Shawnee Mission White. Learn to read for comprehension.