Rapist, kidnapper, disgusting animal Ariel Castro, who had been sentenced to life in prison for the abduction, rape, and torture of 3 Cleveland women he held captive for year — has been found dead in his Ohio prison cell after apparently committing suicide.
Castro struck a plea deal that got him life in prison (plus a thousand years) in order to avoid the death penalty. All told he pled guilty to 937 criminal counts, including kidnapping and murder (after forcibly causing one of his victim’s to abort a fetus).
How ironic… there is no empathy nor sympathy here because clearly you didn’t have none for those young women.
This weekend, NFL linemen Mike and Maurkice Pouncey were spotted at a club wearing hats that said “Free Hernandez.” Aaron Hernandez was a college teammate to the Pouncey brothers at the University of Florida, and by the looks of it, both guys seem to believe that Hernandez’ charges should be dropped. Bad move guys, I understand he might be your boy and fellow college teammate, but this is first degree murder we’re talking about. This “friend” of yours is believed to have killed a man and that’s no joke. Since then, the brothers have apologized for the hats.
The case of Trayvon Martin had the whole world talking about it. Over the past couple of months celebrities, the media and the world was in support of “Justice for Trayvon” by wearing hoodies, making their profile pictures on social media a black screen for the teen.
Trayvon Martin was a 17 year old African American high school student who was gunned down by George Zimmerman, a volunteer for the neighborhood watch on February 26, 2012 in Sanford, Florida. Martin and Zimmerman were on their way home when Zimmerman called the police in suspision stating
“this guy looks like he’s up to no good, or he’s on drugs or something. It’s raining and he’s just walking around, looking about and looking at all the houses”
Zimmerman exited his vehicle and had a violent encounter with Martin, causing Zimmerman to shoot Martin in the heart at close range.
Zimmerman turned himself in and after 16 hours of deliberations, the six women of the jury delivered their verdict: NOT GUILTY of second degree murder.