“Losing your life is not the worst thing that can happen. The worst thing is to lose your reason for living.”
― Jo Nesbø
When the jurors came back with a guilty verdict, you never would have expected to hear such a wail from a young man. My son became hysterical. The jurors looked like they were on the verge of tears. I was crying profusely along with my son. I could not believe that this was happening. I could not believe the injustice of it all.
Our attorney did not even try to ask the judge to allow him to remain on bond until sentencing. He said absolutely nothing. It was shameful. The attorney is shameful. How could he live with himself? How could the prosecutors live with themselves? This is not over. This is far from over. My son will vindicated.
Prosecutors, the police, attorneys and the justice system should not be allowed to manipulate evidence, victims, or even suspects to get the results they desire. When this happens, they are committing an offense greater than the accused and should be held accountable.