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He is happy he got 38 years rather than 60 years??? What is the difference, it is still a "life" sentence for him.
Whether or not he is guilty, the issue I have with the case is that the judge allowed the use of hearsay evidence. If his guilt was so certain, why the hearsay evidence? This is something that should trouble everyone.
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