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They didn't, the defense offered it. The prosecution has the right to deny the offer and send it to trial which is what I think they are likely to do since its such a high profile case.
Death penalty is cheaper.
One way or another, sooner or later hes goin' to hell.
put him on his knees, put 2 into his head and leave his body in a ditch for the animals to feed upon.
Would tying him to a tree and whipping to death with fish hooks be considered "cruel and unusual punishment"? I'm just thinking out loud here.
And the same for the Sandy Hook shooter.
I'll buy a couple of lottery tickets for either one, or both.
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