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(Washington Post)   Woman gets 54 years in pizza murder. Geez, should subby call a lawyer? He just killed two larges last night   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 40
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2011-10-31 08:02:00 AM  
No, you should call a doctor for an angioplasty...
 
2011-10-31 08:08:07 AM  
Subby sounds fat
 
2011-10-31 08:14:13 AM  
www.nypost.com

Submitter attempts to flee the country.
 
2011-10-31 10:40:20 AM  
Subby sounds stoned.
 
2011-10-31 10:41:27 AM  

Barbigazi: [www.nypost.com image 300x300]

Submitter attempts to flee the country.


Is that Andy Reid?
 
2011-10-31 10:43:12 AM  
killed two larges, subby?

Pity.

I had a lot of fun with your mother; wife.

/how's your father?
 
2011-10-31 10:43:17 AM  
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2011-10-31 10:43:31 AM  
How bad could the pizza be to want to murder it?
 
2011-10-31 10:45:27 AM  
or call a plumber.
 
2011-10-31 10:46:08 AM  
is FARK having technical issue today? I keep getting 504 picture of a passed out person that apparently swallowed an ice cube, cause no one really drinks Makers Mark
 
2011-10-31 10:47:03 AM  
okay 500 error. I was looking at Britney's button down jeans
 
2011-10-31 10:47:36 AM  

swangoatman: is FARK having technical issue today? I keep getting 504 picture of a passed out person that apparently swallowed an ice cube, cause no one really drinks Makers Mark


That is true. Cable is also giving me problems. I blame Skynet.
 
2011-10-31 10:49:46 AM  
From the names it sounds like another successful and attractive young woman is getting hosed for helping with our immigration problem.
 
2011-10-31 10:51:03 AM  
Murder? No. Subby needs to call the suicide prevention hotline.
 
2011-10-31 10:54:18 AM  

KingoftheCheese: How bad could the pizza be to want to murder it?


Little Caesars?
 
2011-10-31 10:54:51 AM  
thebaby.nitchie.com
 
2011-10-31 11:01:33 AM  

AxiomJackson: KingoftheCheese: How bad could the pizza be to want to murder it?

Little Caesars?


So she stabbed it from behind?
 
2011-10-31 11:04:32 AM  
Sic semper mal pizzanis?
 
2011-10-31 11:07:29 AM  

KingoftheCheese: AxiomJackson: KingoftheCheese: How bad could the pizza be to want to murder it?

Little Caesars?

So she stabbed it from behind?


AxiomJackson: Sic semper mal pizzanis?


I mean: Sic semper malus pizza!
/Been a few years since I needed to use Latin.
 
2011-10-31 11:13:04 AM  
Yeah subby, I'm pretty sure you are on the way to killing yourself
 
2011-10-31 11:22:35 AM  
Shahabuddin Rana made pizza for a living? I LOLed
 
2011-10-31 11:24:46 AM  
Lawyer nothing, subby needs to call a personal trainer.
 
2011-10-31 11:40:27 AM  
FTFA: D.C. Superior Court Judge William M. Jackson, who presided over the summer trial in which a jury found Shanika Robinson, 28, guilty of second-degree murder and other charges, agreed with prosecutors that Robinson planned the slaying of Shahabuddin Rana, 44, for "revenge and rent money."

IANAL, but it's my understanding that the difference between 1st and 2nd degree murder is that whole "planning" thing, so isn't the sentence at odds with the jury verdict? Wouldn't that be grounds for an appeal?
 
2011-10-31 11:41:55 AM  

AxiomJackson: KingoftheCheese: AxiomJackson: KingoftheCheese: How bad could the pizza be to want to murder it?

Little Caesars?

So she stabbed it from behind?

AxiomJackson: Sic semper mal pizzanis?

I mean: Sic semper malus pizza!
/Been a few years millenia since I needed to use Latin.


ftfy
 
2011-10-31 11:42:57 AM  
Only 2?
 
2011-10-31 11:43:14 AM  
i1136.photobucket.com

"Run Shadowfax! Show us the meaning of haste!"
 
2011-10-31 11:47:33 AM  
I think subby should be traced to confirm that two people didn't die in his town last evening. He's probably some murderer getting his jollies by admitting to a crime in such a way that we think he's not being serious.

I'm on to you, subby.
 
2011-10-31 12:12:54 PM  

offmymeds: [i1136.photobucket.com image 500x375]

"Run Shadowfax! Show us the meaning of haste!"


I laughed, then I made you a thing. But it was too big to post here Link (new window)
 
2011-10-31 12:14:33 PM  

Carousel Beast: FTFA: D.C. Superior Court Judge William M. Jackson, who presided over the summer trial in which a jury found Shanika Robinson, 28, guilty of second-degree murder and other charges, agreed with prosecutors that Robinson planned the slaying of Shahabuddin Rana, 44, for "revenge and rent money."

IANAL, but it's my understanding that the difference between 1st and 2nd degree murder is that whole "planning" thing, so isn't the sentence at odds with the jury verdict? Wouldn't that be grounds for an appeal?


No, RTFA: "was sentenced to 54 years in prison Friday." "Because Robinson was not found guilty of first-degree murder, Jackson said, he could not sentence her to life in prison as prosecutors and Rana's family hoped. "
First degree would have got her life in prison.
 
2011-10-31 12:20:24 PM  

Carousel Beast: IANAL, but it's my understanding that the difference between 1st and 2nd degree murder is that whole "planning" thing, so isn't the sentence at odds with the jury verdict? Wouldn't that be grounds for an appeal?


She planned it, but didn't personally carry the actual murder out. Hence, 2nd degree.
 
2011-10-31 12:22:57 PM  
Cut her some slack - she was already sentenced to life as Shanika.
 
2011-10-31 12:46:48 PM  

Barbigazi: offmymeds: [i1136.photobucket.com image 500x375]

"Run Shadowfax! Show us the meaning of haste!"

I laughed, then I made you a thing. But it was too big to post here Link (new window)


LOL...Thanks!
 
2011-10-31 12:53:34 PM  

eas81: Carousel Beast: FTFA: D.C. Superior Court Judge William M. Jackson, who presided over the summer trial in which a jury found Shanika Robinson, 28, guilty of second-degree murder and other charges, agreed with prosecutors that Robinson planned the slaying of Shahabuddin Rana, 44, for "revenge and rent money."

IANAL, but it's my understanding that the difference between 1st and 2nd degree murder is that whole "planning" thing, so isn't the sentence at odds with the jury verdict? Wouldn't that be grounds for an appeal?

No, RTFA: "was sentenced to 54 years in prison Friday." "Because Robinson was not found guilty of first-degree murder, Jackson said, he could not sentence her to life in prison as prosecutors and Rana's family hoped. "
First degree would have got her life in prison.


thamike: Carousel Beast: IANAL, but it's my understanding that the difference between 1st and 2nd degree murder is that whole "planning" thing, so isn't the sentence at odds with the jury verdict? Wouldn't that be grounds for an appeal?

She planned it, but didn't personally carry the actual murder out. Hence, 2nd degree.


Thanks, both of you.
 
2011-10-31 12:55:32 PM  
Subby is obviously a TotalFarker.
 
2011-10-31 12:57:49 PM  

Carousel Beast: Thanks, both of you.


Now you tell me what IANAL means. I'm getting a disturbing Will Smith related image in my mind.
 
2011-10-31 01:23:54 PM  

thamike: Carousel Beast: Thanks, both of you.

Now you tell me what IANAL means. I'm getting a disturbing Will Smith related image in my mind.


I am not a lawyer, so I have no idea.
 
2011-10-31 01:40:22 PM  
She "tearfully" said she would rather have been famous for writing a book (as opposed to murder).

Well, lady, you now have provided for yourself some juicy subject matter (not that you can profit from your crime or anything).
 
2011-10-31 02:07:03 PM  

thamike: Carousel Beast: IANAL, but it's my understanding that the difference between 1st and 2nd degree murder is that whole "planning" thing, so isn't the sentence at odds with the jury verdict? Wouldn't that be grounds for an appeal?

She planned it, but didn't personally carry the actual murder out. Hence, 2nd degree.


i haven't seen the charges and the convictions, etc., but this wouldn't be why it's 2nd degree murder. in fact, i'm a little surprised they didn't get her with conspiracy to commit first degree murder, which would have meant she would be punishable to the same extent as her co-conspirators who were convicted of 1st degree murder. i'm without enough information to adequately evaluate it, but what you described wouldn't, in and of itself, be the reason she got 2nd degree instead of 1st.
 
2011-10-31 02:15:48 PM  

WaltzingMathilda: i haven't seen the charges and the convictions, etc., but this wouldn't be why it's 2nd degree murder. in fact, i'm a little surprised they didn't get her with conspiracy to commit first degree murder, which would have meant she would be punishable to the same extent as her co-conspirators who were convicted of 1st degree murder. i'm without enough information to adequately evaluate it, but what you described wouldn't, in and of itself, be the reason she got 2nd degree instead of 1st.


I'm just guessing that's how they worked it down, not saying that it's automatic. Who knows? She might have convinced the jury that the others coerced her to do it, and that the overzealous nature of the murder supports her argument that the other two were more behind the murder than she was. She might have argued that she just wanted to scare /hurt the guy and her real motive was robbing him--it was the others that flew off the handle. Again, this is all just guessing on my part.
 
2011-10-31 02:33:14 PM  
Shouldn't we be worried about pizza shrapnel?

www.comedycentral.com

/image is hot, like pizza
 
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