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By no means

am I suggesting he deserved to lose his life.

But, he had his first felony conviction at 16.

His parents were defense contractors in Guantanamo Bay. Their response was belated and fell short. Neither felt the need to take a leave of absence to help him with his issues or arrange his entry to live with them in Gitmo. One must wonder if there are younger siblings who are in similar circumstances?

So who should have been giving him guidance? You?

Wilmington does not have a death sentence. The state offers that penalty; and the elder of the 2 may be eleigible for it.

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