Drama in court as SC mother of 5 slain children sobs during ex-husband's death penalty trial
A dramatic scene unfolded in a South Carolina courtroom on Monday where a teary-eyed mother testified at the death penalty trial of her ex-husband, who is charged with killing their five children in a blind rage. A prosecutor asked Amber Kyzer to read a letter she’d written their oldest child, trying to comfort her over the divorce and the pain of being in a broken home. "You kids are my world and Mommy and Daddy were really blessed to have you," Kyzer read on the witness stand while pausing and breaking into heaving sobs. "Oh God. Oh God. My babies.
A 14 - year - old boy is charged with murdering a mother and her pregnant daughter.
Drama in court as SC mother of 5 slain children sobs during ex-husband's death penalty trial. A dramatic scene unfolded in a South Carolina courtroom on Monday where a teary-eyed mother testified at the death penalty trial of her ex-husband
A 14-year-old boy is . The arrest comes nearly two months after the women were killed.
However, the loss is fresh for their family like Damian Quiroz. "I lost everything," he said. "I am at rock bottom."
Malinda Quiroz is waiting for her three family members to come back. But they won't ever return home. In one day, she lost all three of them.
Lawyers for accused Tree of Life shooter seek plea deal
Lawyers for accused synagogue shooter Robert Bowers said Thursday they are seeking a plea deal that will spare their client the death penalty. Judy Clarke, one of the lawyers, told U.S. District Judge Donetta Ambrose at a routine conference that the defense team is seeking a plea. The move is not unexpected. Prosecutors said that the Justice Department is still reviewing the case for death penalty approval. Mr. Bowers is accused of gunning down 11 parishioners at Tree of Life synagogue in Squirrel Hill on Oct. 27. About a third of the 63 federal crimes of which he is charged carry the death penalty. Mr. Bowers didn't appear at the meeting.
14 . CINCINNATI (WKRC) - The trial of a local father accused of killing his two- year - old daughter began with emotional testimony. They were turned over to Job and Family Services last year. Parents could face death penalty for toddler's murder - Продолжительность: 4:27 LOCAL 12 231 246 просмотров.
14 - year - old accused of murdering and sexually assaulting an 83- year - old woman. Tyrone Harvin has been charged with first-degree murder , first-degree rape, and other related Now, less than a week later, police announced an arrest in the case, delivering justice to friends and family of a woman
"It is still hard," she said. "It is like re-living that first day."
Her daughter, Janette, and granddaughter Bernadett, who was nearly eight months pregnant, were shot and killed at an apartment complex on the south side.
"Since all of this happened, I am one pissed woman," she said.
The arrest of the teen comes on the day of Janette's birthday. Malinda still isn't sure why they were killed. She said she doesn't believe they knew the young boy.
Janette's 18-year-old, Damian, is taking it day-by-day. "Part of me is happy that he got caught," he said.
The family now prepares for the next step in this fight for justice. And one thing is for certain, they want the teen punished.
Aramis Ayala opens up about death penalty views, decision not to run
Florida's first African American state attorney says she's proud to have challenged the status quo with her opposition to the death penalty, even though she eventually lost a legal fight with Florida's governor on the matter. Orange-Osceola State Attorney Aramis Ayala told WESH 2 News that when she first took office she had to make a hard decision right up front. Ayala made the decision not to seek the death penalty three months after taking office. The governor responded, and so did the Florida Supreme Court. Scott took away more than two dozen cases from Ayala's office after she said she wouldn't seek the death penalty.
The father of a 14 - year - old child bride accused of murdering her husband said Thursday he was appealing to a Nigerian court to spare his daughter the death sentence. Last Update January 8, 2015. Father appeals against death penalty for 14 - year - old Nigerian girl accused of killing husband.
A man charged in the shooting death of 14 - year - old Anthony Frazier will not face the death penalty for the Prosecutors announced Thursday they will not pursue capital punishment against 19- year - old Police said the family was returning from a birthday celebration. Two people were in a bush near the
"Death penalty is what I want," Malinda said. "Age, to me, doesn't matter, cause he did a grown-up mess."
Police say the 14-year-old boy was already in custody for a charge of aggravated robbery. He is now charged with capital murder.
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