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Friday, September 30, 2005

Gory Prince George's: Slurpee Suspect Gets 15-Year Sentence

nbc4.com (Similar report at wjla.com).

Slurpee Suspect Gets 15-Year Sentence
Teen One Of Three Charged

POSTED: 4:09 pm EDT September 30, 2005
UPDATED: 4:12 pm EDT September 30, 2005

UPPER MARLBORO, Md. -- One of the suspects in what's become known as the Slurpee killing case received a 15-year prison sentence Friday.

James White, 17, . . .

A Prince George's County judge suspended an additional 15 years for White on a second-degree felony murder charge. A third young suspect is still awaiting trial.


Commentary: A couple of questions come to mind:

1. Since White has been convicted and sentenced, why would the media refer to him as just a "suspect"?

2. What is the name of the pro-criminal judge who suspended half the sentence. Why is the media covering up for him?

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