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Supreme Court upholds death sentences for triple killer

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Updated: 1/23 1:38 pm
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Florida Supreme Court upheld the murder convictions and sentences for a triple murderer.

Terry Antonio Smith received two death sentences and a life sentence for the murders of Berthum Gibson, Keenethia Keenan and Desmond Robinson during a drug deal in 2007.

Smith was 19 years old at the time of the killings. A jury also convicted Smith of attempted armed robbery.
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king kaos - 1/23/2014 4:12 PM
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100% agreed. The people he killed and robbed for essentially nothing didnt get trials and appeals and all this nonsense. He wanted the dime bag AND the $10 RIGHT THEN so screw 3 people... thier lives arent worth a darn thing to these animals, why should thier "lives" be worth anything to us? They are a BURDEN on society, the sooner we eliminate the burden the better. We as a country are way to accomodating to the burdens that are turning us into a weak mess. Get rid of them, ALL of them. I want my country back, not jsut for me but for my kids more than anything... this place has turned into a tiolet, full of turds.

Old Dog - 1/23/2014 2:27 PM
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The state should executed the pile of trash as quickly as possible, he has had his change at an appeal, now get on with the punishment. That is what is wrong with our criminal justice system, they take way too long to execute killers like this animal who have been found guilty of murder and in this case multiple murders.
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