Skip to comments.Death penalty to be sought in Oakland slaying of girl, 8
Posted on 04/17/2014 6:24:38 PM PDT by artichokegrower
Alameda County prosecutors said Thursday that they will seek the death penalty for a man accused of firing the shots that killed an 8-year-old girl during a sleepover at a friend's house in Oakland.
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Good for Alameda County.
Why do they even say they’re going for the death penalty - there’s no way Kali will kill anyone. I think they just do it so they can lengthen the process so the lawyers get more money from the taxpayers.
The 8-yr-old victim was a precious little kid, (photo at link).
A good use of the death penalty if ever there was one.
Looking at this dudes picture, it jumps out at me that he never figured to live past 30 anyway.
Oakland, nuff sed
the laqyers will soon HAVE MORE money that taxpayers if this keeps up..
What was he for Halloween, an Etch-a-Sketch?
On July 17, Williams allegedly went to the Wilson Avenue apartment in Oakland’s Dimond neighborhood where the sleepover was being held. Authorities believe he hoped to target anyone associated with Antiown York, a man he believed was responsible for killing Jermaine Davis - Carroll’s 26-year-old cousin - four hours earlier in Berkeley.
looks like they had a WAR going on over there!!
She sure was. It’s really striking me tonight, looking at that girl, how uselessly senseless his bullet was. Makes me angry.
He’ll exceed his projected lifespan by at least 20 years on death row.
When was the last time California executed anyone and how long was that person on death row?
Hardly anyone gets executed in California these days. Richard Ramirez, The “Night Stalker,” did die in San Quentin; however, it was from natural causes.
He deserves to be hung at halftime of a Oakland Raiders game.
Sure, maybe in 20 years or more. Maybe.
According to Wikipedia, the last one killed was Clarence Ray Allen in 2006.
He was convicted in 1980.
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