Thursday, January 10, 2013

MURDERING A PERSON IS ONE OF THE WORST CRIMES THAT CAN BE COMMITTED. IT UNDERMINES THE VALUE OF LIFE..


Murdering a person is one of the worst crimes that can be committed. It undermines the value of life.. 
Those who have lost a loved one to murder or homicide are referred to as homicide survivors. Survivors are family members and friends who have close emotional, personal, and/or intimate ties with the homicide victim. Homicide survivors are also victims of crime because they have been indirectly harmed by the commission of a murder .
Where does the fact that the victim has been robbed of justice  fit in? 
Because of North Carolina ‘Good Ole’ boy justice”, a murder conviction was overturned for a former Disgraced police chief who was convicted by 12 jurors without a shadow of doubt.
     
His partners in crime are still walking free, although the word free certainly  could not describe them..How do you walk free after taking a human life ?

An explanation is the word psychopath, they do not have the kind of emotions that you and I would have, they do not have the capacity to feel badly
about taking someone's life.

This was not their friend or husband that they murdered...
This was just someone that got in their way..

2 comments:

  1. That was excellent and should be sent to the N.C. Federal Court.
    I guess your family just was not important enough. Privilege went to the murdered instead. Don't give up, your brother was worth it.

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