[Stateside]...Probation for a Murder Charge?

@theprogamer (10539)
United States
December 19, 2007 8:21pm CST
Okay for this one I'm drawing multiple sites. The subject statement does stand despite lack of reporting or interpretations of others. Yes I noticed this story here doesn't have depth similar to another story in a discussion I posted. And of course, I understand if you just read for this one, just read one or just skip over this whole thing. http://www.kgbt4.com/Global/story.asp?S=7464687 http://www.caller.com/news/2007/dec/07/woman-gets-10-years-probation-over-spouses-death/ http://glennsacks.com/blog/?p=1571 My view, too much is being left out so its hard to determine either way. It could be a suicide like reported by the defense and a few commentors, or it could be murder/assisted murder like others are saying. I'm still thinking of the unanswered questions and the left out information. One story says the prints on the gun didn't match... 5 questions came to mind (who's prints were they - that fact is not mentioned, what gun was used, who's gun was it, where was the shell casing found in comparison to the body, etc). Maybe I'm overthinking it, but I really don't think so. It's curiosity. Another point, there was a delay in justice for this case be it true or false (this is partially explained by comment but still open to question). There are other things as well but I don't want to take it all up. One final thing, if it was actually murder... it does paint out a grim picture. Of course justice is always blind... but there should be something to ensure the most efficient justice and law enforcement possible. Its quite discouraging if someone could murder and end up with a probation sentence only.
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3 responses
20 Dec 07
yes, as you say that there should be something to ensure the most efficient justice law enforcement possible.but action is always more difficulte than to say. it's a hard and huge task as it relates to many aspects just like the inerest of certain social groups. so, even probation for a murder charge seems unbelievable, but that's just the very reality. happy posting!
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23 Dec 07
yes, maybe you are right.hehe thank you for comment! enjoy the rest of your day.
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@anniepa (27240)
• United States
20 Dec 07
I sure seems like something's missing from this story, or I hope so as well because probation for murder? I thought I'd seen it all! I really don't get this one at all. Annie
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@aaslin (123)
• India
21 Dec 07
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