Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Rodimus Prime, Jul 22, 2006.
270 years eh?
Hope he gets raped every second of it.
If the cops were so sure he was the suspect, thus taking no prints, and the weapon was never found, then why did it take a " reinterpretation" of the evidence 17 years later to convict him?
Yeah that sounds a little fishy... no prints, no weapons. I'm not hearing anything about any evidence, just a theory of what happened.
Why do we bother with sending them to jail for "270 years"? Why not "life"? I mean modern medicine as it isn't gonna keep this guy alive for 304 years.
The article says 260 years. Stop saying 270. Losers.
Because the Notre Dame prom is that important.
What'd be funny is if the prom ended up being cancelled.
Because "life" doesn't really mean for life. It can mean 25, 30 years.
In this case, "life" X number of victims = 260 years.
Took em long enough to get him for it.
Isn't there also some deal with the number of years having to do with time to parole? Where if they've got some 200 years they aren't eligible till a quarter of their time in.
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