Skip to comments.Murderer of former Braves pitcher let out of prison 10 years early
Posted on 04/04/2012 4:28:33 AM PDT by seacapn
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. The man who murdered a former Atlanta Braves pitcher in the 1990s was released from prison 10 years early, according to the Florida Department of Corrections. WPBF reports Neal Evans was charged in 1997 with the 1995 murder of 30-year-old Dave Shotkoski. Shotkoski was walking back to his hotel room while in spring training with the Braves in West Palm Beach, Florida, when he was gunned down as part of a botched robbery.
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Lyman Bostock’s killer was found not guilty due to diminished capacity (his raging jealousy). As soon as he hit the insane asylum they released him because he was not insane.
Looks like open season on baseball players.
Black on white murder.
Our judicial system is in the tank, this piece of scum should have been executed long ago.
Killer “looks like” an Obama relative.
Limbaugh had it nailed after his little episode with the pills.
“The legal system in this state is an ABSOLUTE ZOO!”
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