GOOD: Man Found Guilty Of Killing Navy Chief

GOOD: Man Found Guilty Of Killing Navy Chief

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    GOOD: Man Found Guilty Of Killing Navy Chief

    http://www.news4jax.com/news/26819814/detail.html#

    Coming home from work and this thug ended it. At least this dirtbag will harm no one else.
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    Maddening sad loss!
    Wearing a dress-shirt, suit and tie didn't fool this jury.

    Wish I could be assured assailant will never walk the streets again.
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    Baker County investigators said if Thomas had gotten a life sentence for being a habitual offender, Gilbert's killing never would have happened. But investigators said the jury in the armed robbery wasn't able to hear about Thomas' long history of violence.
    Right there is the kicker. The judge did not allow the jury to hear about the perps long history of violence and they acquitted him. More criminal coddling by the so called "justice system".

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    Another example of a career criminal being let out and then going on to kill an innocent person . This time the state needs to impose the death penalty and not take 10 years of appeals before it is carried out.
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    Wow RIP Chief Petty Officer (the back bone of the US Navy) Fair winds Ship mate.

    On another note WHAT A PIECE OF S($T

    "I think it was an excellent," said Gilbert's uncle, Roy Dickey, after the verdict was announced. "(The system worked."


    No it did not work; this piece of crap who shot a shipmate was according to the article found guilty not only of murder but also found Thomas guilty of armed burglary and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. If we keep letting this human garbage out of the system ........... THE SYSTEM DOES NOT WORK

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    Baker County investigators said if Thomas had gotten a life sentence for being a habitual offender, Gilbert's killing never would have happened. But investigators said the jury in the armed robbery wasn't able to hear about Thomas' long history of violence.

    We need to fix this; stop the gun control talk and fix the real problem

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    As a side, it irks me when they stuff a repeat-offender-street-thug in a nice suit. It insults the intelligence of the jury. The defense may as well tape up a halo behind his head.

    I know it's common sense for a defense attorney to make their client presentable, but it all goes with barring his violent past from the jury's knowledge. The system is designed to protect the guilty.
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    He should have got the death penalty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ken57 View Post
    He should have got the death penalty.
    If the system "that works" ever lets him out again perhaps he will break into someones home who is willing and able to give him the death penalty he so richly needs!!!!!!!!!!!1

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    He still can get the death penalty. The sentencing phase has not been completed yet. One can only hope.
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    What a waste of skin! We need to be rid of him as soon as possible. Prayers for the Chief and his family.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sig 210 View Post
    Right there is the kicker. The judge did not allow the jury to hear about the perps long history of violence and they acquitted him. More criminal coddling by the so called "justice system".
    The death of the Navy chief should weigh on that judge as well...

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    The death penalty is too good for this dirtbag...they should bind him and toss him to the gators...gators have to eat, too!OMOYMV
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    If we feel that somebody is too dangerous to be let out of prison,then why do we feed and clothe them for the rest of their life,I believe we should give them life in prison,but we choose to end it within a year
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