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A case of judicial success

November 22, 2013
By WILLIAM FINNIGAN , Tribune Chronicle |

The verdict is in! The jury is recommending that Louis Mann "serve the rest of his life behind bars for murdering his parents two years ago." This was met with varied reactions, for some wanted the death penalty, which would have been warranted; others wanted imprisonment with possibility of parole in 25-30 years. Two "expert" psychologists with faulty evidence tried the "mental illness" and insanity route. But the jury spoke.



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