Jared Lee Loughner, the alleged gunman in last year's mass shooting outside an Arizona supermarket in Tucson that killed six persons and wounded then-U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, pleaded guilty Tuesday to 19 charges in exchange for the government not seeking the death penalty. Here are the fast facts about the case:
Jared Lee Loughner
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@mary he gave up his rightes as soon as he pulled that trigger the first time does that not make any sense so therefore he should be forcibily medicated to stand trial and when its all over put a straight jacket on him for life and put him in a concret room this monster has no rights now final
If i had gone to prison thirty years ago i would of just been released two years ago my rights would of been taken away period no ifs ands or buts gone thats it i would of been outa luck said and done this guy will never see the light of day even if he is taken to a rec yard he will still see dark he sees no light in his condition all he knows is dark
Phillip your an idiot back to your dog house
This guy murdered six civilians in cold blood in broad daylight before dozens of witnesses and the courts are plea bargaining with this dommestic terrorist for a lesser sentence if he pleads guilty to his hanous crime? What the hell is wrong with our justice system for crying out loud? Is this how we protect our citizens, by rewarding criminals for their awful crimes? And what about the hard drives the FBI confiscated from his computer? Just a few months after Sarah Palin painted crosshairs on a map of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords district, with the words "don't retreat, reload," that is exactly what this guy did and I just don't understand why domestic terrorists like Palin, Limbaugh and Nugent aren't detained at Gitmo! What a dumb country.
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