Skip to comments.Meechaiel Criner found guilty of capital murder in UT student's death
Posted on 07/20/2018 2:43:56 PM PDT by bgill
The man accused of killing University of Texas at Austin student Haruka Weiser has been found guilty of capital murder. It took the jury of seven women and five men a total of 10 and a half hours to come to their verdict. Since he has been found guilty, Meechaiel Criner, 20, will spend the rest of his life in prison. Because he was 17 years old at the time of Weiser's murder, he is not eligible for the death penalty. He is eligible for parole after 40 years in prison.
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Despite the lilly livered judge who threw out the DNA evidence.
I always got the impression that the murderer was developmentally delayed i.e. retarded, as opposed to someone who killed while he was high on drugs. Even if that is the case, this young man is too dangerous to move about in general society, and must be kept away from it.
Not so mentally delayed since he knew enough to try to burn her belongings.
About a year before the murder, he was the libs’ poster child. Yes, Criner, you made a name for yourself. See page 13 at https://issuu.com/thspublications/docs/ths_dec_17_2015
Who writes this crap? Is he going to buried under the prison or let out after 40 years?
In 40 years, he’ll be 60 and infected with who knows what from being the wife of some inmate. Doubt he’ll live to see 60.
Meechaiel Criner should have been sentenced to death by wood chipper.
I agree, but whoever wrote the article contradicts himself in the same sentence.
What an ugly thing to say. He could have been Bronco Bama’s boy. /s
How about staked out in a pasture with a few sprays of sugar water and let the Fireants eat him slowly.
“Meechaiel Criner, 20, will spend the rest of his life in prison. ...He is eligible for parole after 40 years in prison.”
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