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1.28.2013

Say what??????

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Let me guess-----you don't agree?

Anonymous said...

couldn't spring for the 4G LTE?

Anonymous said...

What.......

Anonymous said...

Lil' thing called felony murder. You may have heard of it.

Rage

Katy Anders said...

Did he simply have the misfortune of setting fire somewhere where a lot of folks with weak hearts live?

Anonymous said...

Death penalty in California???

Baylor Too said...

Do they even have the death penalty in California?

Anonymous said...

Did you think that people "burned" to death in fires?

Anonymous said...

OMGAWD!! DUZ THAY EVUN HAVS A DEAUTH PENALTEE IN CALIFORN-I-A??!!

DF Wise county, chico residind, Rhome raised, Meth Cook.

Anonymous said...

Yeah Katy, they call it California...bleeding hearts everywhere.

Anonymous said...

I guess they could do it on more than one victim? Otherwise I don't see how it would qualify for the DP.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps heart attacks fighting the fires?

Anonymous said...

Yes, there is a death penalty in California. And no, they never execute anyone on their death row. Look at the stats. Death penalty prosecutions in that state are really nothing more than a political show. Don't recall exact numbers, but you can Google it. Seems like they have actually executed maybe 2 since 1976.

8:49 ... Every state writes its own death penalty law. Just because killing two people at the same time in Texas makes a person eligible doesn't necessarily mean it does in California. You would have to check the statute to determine what the state's aggravating circumstances are that elevate a murder to capital.

Finally, Rage, felony murder by definition won't get you to the death penalty. For example, in Texas that means that while in the course of committing a felony you commit an act clearly dangerous to human life that causes the death of another person but you did NOT intend to actually kill them. Death penalty requires the specific intent to murder. Felony murder does not qualify you for the death penalty in Texas. It's just murder, not capital murder.

Anonymous said...

Of course it was a death penalty case - it is California and trees were killed.

Anonymous said...

They can burn them int he same place and suit me just fine but in that state they just made a few lawers rich apealing it foe the next twenty years.