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    No Death Penalty in Sean Taylor Case - Suspect sentenced to 29 years in prison

    [size=13pt]No Death Penalty in Taylor Case[/size]

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    Tuesday, May 13, 2008



    The four men charged with murder in the death of Washington Redskins star safety Sean Taylor will not face the death penalty, although prosecutors will seek life sentences without parole......


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    Re: No Death Penalty in Sean Taylor Case

    [size=13pt]Suspect pleads guilty, sentenced to 29 years in prison for Redskins star's slaying[/size]

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    MIAMI - One of five suspects charged in the slaying of Washington Redskins star Sean Taylor has pleaded guilty to charges of second-degree murder and burglary....




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    Re: No Death Penalty in Sean Taylor Case - Suspect sentenced to 29 years in prison

    At the risk of being mired in alot of replies from people who don't agree with me, I will say that this is simply shamefull and let it go at that.
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    Re: No Death Penalty in Sean Taylor Case - Suspect sentenced to 29 years in prison

    I don't know who got 29 years, but I know a 5th suspect was named right around the same time as he was sentenced.

    So I'm thinking that the guy who got 29 may have given up the 5th assailant in exchange for a shortened sentence.

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    Re: No Death Penalty in Sean Taylor Case - Suspect sentenced to 29 years in prison

    29 years? i thought the max sentence was 25 to life.
    so mulitple chargers, yes?
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    Re: No Death Penalty in Sean Taylor Case - Suspect sentenced to 29 years in pris

    its a shame that the 5th kid is only 16 years old... so young


    but regardless, they all need to be punished, its inexcusable.
    I hope Hunte has a lovely time in the big house, better fucking hope none of his fellow inmates are diehard Redskins fans.



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    Re: No Death Penalty in Sean Taylor Case - Suspect sentenced to 29 years in pris

    Good, more killing won't bring closure and it won't help those kids learn what they did wrong while they serve out a very long sentence in jail.
    I just don't believe in the concept, I've never really followed my 10 commandments very well but that's one I believe in more than anything.
    No person has the right to take another man's life, and those kids broke that rule, but taking their lives will not bring back Taylor, and will take them away from their innocent families that still have parents who love their troubled kids.

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    Re: No Death Penalty in Sean Taylor Case - Suspect sentenced to 29 years in pris

    Bullshit. Kill em all. I don't want to pay for their worthless asses the next 29 years.

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    Re: No Death Penalty in Sean Taylor Case - Suspect sentenced to 29 years in pris

    "baumy300" wrote:
    kaka del rio. Kill em all. I don't want to pay for their worthless dimply buttocks the next 29 years.
    Or take the chance they will get out someday and do it again.
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