even if it was a ‘friendly fire’ the MIT officer wouldn’t have died if the brothers didn’t put up a fight, maybe if they handed themselves with no gun-battle none of this would have happened. so technically they are responsible for his death? but idk
hello @somethingreallyirrelevant please add to this if you have an impute. thanks! :)
i like how people who consider themselves supporters of jahar and totally dedicated to this case can’t even get the facts right. no one ever said Collier died from friendly fire. that was the officer who was injured during the watertown fight.
He grew frustrated, out of control and his life veered down a dank, dark path. His dream adrift, he made a choice that eventually filled his body with bullet holes and a stain that not only brought down his brother, but his entire family.
This article is just caustic and an attempt to make out like its oneupmanship but that quote while making huge assumptions hits a nerve about the situation.
A 71-year-old man who spent more than four decades in solitary confinement in Louisiana died Friday, less than a week after a judge freed him and granted him a new trial.
Herman Wallace was one of the three men who were convicted in the 1972 killing of 23-year-old Brent Miller, an Angola, La. prison guard.
The third “Angola 3” member, Robert King, who was convicted of killing a fellow inmate in 1973, was released in 2001 after his conviction was reversed. According to Wallace’s attorneys, King speaks around the world about prisoners held in solitary confinement.
WASHINGTON A man who set himself on fire on the National Mall in the nation’s capital has died of his injuries, which were so severe that authorities will have to use DNA and dental records to identify him, District of Columbia police said Saturday.
The man died Friday night at a Washington hospital where he had been airlifted, Officer Araz Alali, a police spokesman, said.
The man poured a can of gasoline on himself in the center portion of the mall Friday afternoon. He then set himself on fire, with passing joggers taking off their shirts to help douse the flames. Police had said he was conscious and breathing at the scene, but he was airlifted to MedStar Washington Hospital Center.
Police are investigating the man’s possible motives.