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Life Terms for Teen Killers: Neither Cruel Nor Unusual

john653 Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 9:49 AM
Actually we should turn back the clock and hang em high. Save a lot of trouble and the need for this story. Have you noticed lately how stories similiar to this keep appearing more and more? Riots not being reported, fast and furious, Taxes in Obamacare, A president that is continually on the campaign trail (who is running the country?) , no budget, spending gone wild on whatever? It seems that the liberals and wimps are truely taking over the country. I will vote to get the country back on track, but even the vote does not seem to really hold any power, any more. sounds like we may need either another war or revolution, people dont seem to get it until either they run out of money or get a slap in the face.....
IN A COLORADO TOWN in 1996, Verle Mangum bludgeoned Janet and Jennifer Davis to death.

Janet, a 42-year-old nurse's aide, had come home from work and discovered Mangum, then 17, having sex with her 11-year-old daughter, Jennifer. When Janet reached for the phone to call the police, Mangum picked up a baseball bat and fatally bashed her with it. He then used the bat to murder Jennifer as she cowered in the bedroom.

A jury eventually convicted Mangum of both murders. Under Colorado law he was given a mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole. In...