NRA, Florida, Murder discussed on Wall Street Journal This Morning


Of the hands of young people in the mentally ill something the nra opposes the nra donates big money to politicians mostly republicans any debate on gun measures by the way would be added to a legislative agenda that already includes proposals to overhaul immigration and you know that the midterm elections are later this year defence lawyers seeking to spare nicholas crews execution for last week school shooting in parkland florida could face a high hurdle the state's historic embrace of the death penalty which has led to the second largest death row in the u s more from wall street journal reporter arjan campo flores r e on set this up the abu created nikolic crude the gunmen nb douglas highschool shooting painted a very complicated legal going forward he seventeen charges of premeditated murder and v state attorney and the kate prosecuting dickhead dead while yet and made a determination on whether to pursue the death penalty that this is the sort of crime that the death penalty statute was was created for on the other hand the public offenders office at his representing mr crews has been trying to push an effort to avoid a trial uh which they say would drag on for years and years and be an agonizing experience not just for the families but for the wider community instead have mr crews plead guilty to all these counts and be sentenced to life in prison without possibility with parole as a way of avoiding the death penalty so that sort of the question that needs to be a kind of a two worked out in the coming week does the age of nicholas cruise sector in renew as to why some people may not be in favour your means nineteen like if this was a forty two year old guy who would committed this with people feel differently think.

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