Skip to comments.Jury convicts suspect in hit-and-run rampage
Posted on 03/17/2010 5:18:51 PM PDT by Cindy
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SNIPPET: "FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. After four days of deliberation, a Cumberland County jury found hit-and-run rampage suspect Abdullah El-Amin Shareef guilty of 10 charges, including first-degree murder and attempted murder, for a hit-and-run rampage that encompassed parts of three counties in 2004.
Shareef, 31, of Raeford, will be sentenced on Thursday. He faces the death penalty."
SNIPPET: "Shareef's family and friends say the jurys decision ignored testimony from mental health professionals like Rashad Rahmaan. Rahmaan, a friend of Shareef's family..."
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Hat Tip: Freeper Ali Veritas
Try him and fry him.
“Rahmaan said the conviction should bring condemnation for the state’s mental health system.
Yeah, hes guilty, he did that. Im not saying he didnt do that, Rahmaan said. I feel sorry for the families that were affected by this. Personally, Im more disappointed in the mental health system.
He is more disappointed in the state’s mental health system than in the fact that his friend murdered and maimed people? Different set of values, I’d say.
Also, why did this trial take six years to complete?
Good news. The insanity defense should not excuse anyone from deliberately killing people because he is a Muslim. Not unless we are prepared to admit that all Muslims are insane.
There’s no doubt he’s guilty and the verdict has been given.
So how about a speedy execution?
Worthless....Get rid of him...immediately.
Nobama will surely pardon him.
But what if we agree on that rather obvious point?
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