Webster666 saidIt's nice to see that juries no longer buy the "gay panic" or "god told me to do it" defense.If this 20 year old lowlife is found guilty of this brutal murder he should get the death penalty.
Well, he did a pretty evil thing, but for the last century or so, our law has made the distinction between first and second degree murder, with first degree murder requiring
premeditation. Personally, if I were allowed to hand out the death penalty, I would like to go to the heads of those investment banks on Wall Street who promoted the solicitation and collteralization of fraudulent loans in the period of 2005-2008, and caused the worldwide economic crash. These guys made hundreds of millions of dollars each, and cost ordinary people around the world to lose trillions of dollars. They have never been prosecuted and they never will be. The very rich never have to pay for their crimes.