Originally Posted by Cherry
Interesting, I don't think this soldier deserves the death penalty for what happened... If there ever was an insanity defense that I would truly believe, its this. I also think this whole case has so many directions it can go, I.e. who's really responsible for this very brutal and unimaginable crime? Were there signs? Was there any cry for help if this soldier was losing it leading up to this? It's just so sad all the way around. Military prosecution faces major hurdles in massacre case - CNN.com Posted via Mobile Device
He killed 9 children, most in their sleep, and you say this guy doesn't deserve death penalty?