I don't like anything about the ugly and unnecessary situation.

In the heat of the event, words were spoken, tempers flared, people died.

Just as in the Trayvon Martin Case, about half the folks feel one way and half feel the other.

The 1st-degree murder charges are unlikely to stand. Mostly, regardless of what happens or why I see no point in locking the boy up for an extended period of time. He's guilty of killing people. That will haunt him the rest of his days. Is it justice to also destroy his life?

Good coffee, good weed, and time on my hands...