Verdict just in. The death penalty is becoming a harder and harder sell in this State. Ten years ago, the intentional killing of a cop would get you The Needle. But it's not automatic any more. Not even in Fort Worth.
"... Hank Nava was a good officer and a good man. When we send them to the streets, they are representatives of the law, of the legal system. When they are gunned down, that it is not an attack on a single man, that's an attack on every member of society," Prosecutor Alan Levy said.
"You know what the evidence shows and you know what has to be done and I hope you will do it," Levy said.