Wednesday, March 21, 2007

"Federal prosecutors get OK to seek death penalty for man accused of murdering deputy"

That was the headline in yesterday's Sun-Sentinel: "The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned down an appeal filed by murder suspect Kenneth Wilk, clearing the path for federal prosecutors to seek the death penalty at his April trial."


Anonymous said...

"Wilk, who has AIDS..."

Wow, seems like they could save a bunch of time and just give him the normal "SHU treatment;" meaning, don't give him meds regularly, etc... Guy should be dead before '08. As a tax payer, I am dissapointed in the Feds lack of creativity.

Anonymous said...

Normally, I would want nothing to do with idiodic posts like the one above, but this time:

Guy already recieved a death sentence from God.

Why is the government paying for medication to keep him alive and attempt to give him the needle at the same time?

Anonymous said...

Dumb defense attorney jerks. Everybody knows that the Whitehats got this one right.