I found his "middle finger" tantrum weird to watch. It wasn't menacing or full of hate or anything. It was exactly like any other immature young gesture against authority and judgement, but in an extremely adult and heinous environment. It's just odd to see how he can still embody the non-threatening immaturity of a teenager while being such a violent person and saying such inappropriate things. I don't know if I'm communicating my thoughts on this effectively.
In any case, I'm glad (obviously) that he got life in prison. I guess he'll realize soon enough that he doesn't have the power he thinks he does.
The first thing I thought of about it when I watched it was "that was rehearsed." He's got nothing and he knows it. No angle, no future... so I think he rehearsed what he thought would be the biggest F/U he could come up with... just like a child would. He caught a ration of **** from the family members just before that so that was his big childish... "well, well.... OH YEAH?" moment.
Originally Posted by apdst
The Supreme Court can't interpret The Constitution. They don't have that power.
I have a better question. What is the motivation for those who oppose the death penalty to keep this piece of **** alive for decades and waste so much money?
The opposition comes from likelihood of people who aren't sick ****s likes this one who are innocent of the crime they were accused of being killed by the state instead of the person who actually committed the capital offense.
Also, we need to legalize recreational drugs and prostitution.