Skip to comments.2 teens charged in death of ECU baseball player
Posted on 08/20/2013 1:46:23 PM PDT by NoLibZone
DUNCAN, Okla. Two teens have been formerly charged Tuesday with the slaying for a East Central University baseball player from Australia and another teen is accused of being an accessory.
Chris Lane, a 22-year-old baseball player at East Central University, was killed Friday in a drive-by shooting.
James Francis Edwards, Jr. 15, and Chancey Allen Luna, 16, were both charged with first-degree murder.
Michael Dewayne Jones, 17, was charged with use of a vehicle in the discharge of weapon and accessory after the fact to first-degree murder.
According to court documents, the trio fired a .22 caliber revolver at Chris Lane, killing him.
First-degree murder is punishable by death, life in prison or life without parole.
Lane, an exchange student on a baseball scholarship at ECU in Ada, was killed in a drive-by shooting on Friday.
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>>Thats eugenics. We dont need eugenics. Its wrong and unnecessary.<<
I am not sure you are picking up my point.
If were to sterilize everyone with an IQ < 90, legislators would not be able to breed.
If were to sterilize everyone with an IQ < 80, there would be no democrats in a generation.
If were to sterilize everyone with an IQ < 70, there would be no obamas.
Freedom and capitalism. You raise the standard of living.
Our problem is different. We are actively encouraging the reproduction of worthless humans. We are not just allowing it, we are rewarding it. We are damn near demanding they reproduce.
I get your point. Unfortunately, I know some wacko libs with IQs much higher than that. With a lot a libs we are confronted with mentally ill people with high IQs.
These two look more like Moochelle’s sons.
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