After state prosecutors dragged their feet for more than a year on the investigation of a migrant mob beating that left Donald Giusti dead in Lewiston, Maine, the only person charged with manslaughter might walk free because of a technicality.
The defense attorney for defendant Emmanuel Nkurunziza is now arguing that his confession was coerced and has submitted a motion to suppress it from the record. The argument is that investigators didn’t obtain permission from Emmanuel’s parents to question the VIBRANT YOOT, who was 17 at the time.
Never mind the fact that it was the defendant’s own mother that led investigators to her son…
We’ll know the outcome of the motion by the end of next week. We’re also expected to find out whether he will be tried as an adult. His attorney is arguing that he should be tried as a minor and released back into the community while he awaits trial, and the state appointed psychologist who evaluated Nkurunziza was inclined to agree.
It’s almost like these shitlibs WANT to expose the community to violent killers.
We’ll be talking international monetary news, as well.
This is EPISODE 237 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!