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  • Officer Slager Who Murdered Walter Scott Not Eligible for Death Penalty

    Officer Slager Who Murdered Walter Scott Not Eligible for Death Penalty

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    Officer Slager Who Murdered Walter Scott Not Eligible for Death Penalty

    So, the death penalty is taken off the table due to a provision in the state’s law? Let’s see why:

    Former North Charleston officer Michael Slager is charged with murder in the death of Walter Scott. The April 4 shooting was captured on cellphone video and showed Slager firing eight shots at Scott as he ran following a traffic stop.

    The case has been assigned by the state’s chief justice to a black judge from Kingstree, South Carolina, about 70 miles from Charleston.




  • Aaron Hernandez Gets Life In Prison with No Parole, On Suicide Watch [UPDATE]

    Aaron Hernandez Gets Life In Prison with No Parole, On Suicide Watch [UPDATE]

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    Aaron Hernandez Gets Life In Prison with No Parole, On Suicide Watch [UPDATE]

    UPDATE on April 20, 2015:

    The former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been placed on suicide watch, TMZ reports.

    Hernandez is currently being held at MCI Cedar Junction in Massachusetts and will stay there until he’s transferred to Souza-Baranowkis prison in Shirley, Mass.

    A suicide watch is not uncommon in situations such as this when an inmate has just been hit with a heavy sentence. Hernandez has also been isolated from the general inmate population, for his protection as a high-profile inmate and to help prison officials evaluate him and determine where he will stay once he reaches his permanent home.






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