Sandusky police prepare murder charges; suspect in custody
Police have arrested Curtis Clinton, 41, of Sandusky, on charges of aggravated murder in relation to the death of Heather Jackson, 23, and her two young children.How the bloody hell do you involuntarily strangle someone to death? Why did he only serve 13 years? Another story pointed out that this was the maximum sentence he could receive for involuntary - but why the bloody hell was that the best charge? Granted, some of this is after the fact - he wasted no time in returning to a life of depravity and violence - but if he'd been put away on a second degree murder conviction he might still be in jail.
Clinton got out of prison in February after serving 13 years for involuntary manslaughter. According to records, Clinton pleaded guilty to the charges related to the death Misty Keckler, 18, in April 1997. She was strangled to death in a Fostoria mobile home.
Now, Les or Breda might know better, but does OH have the death penalty? More importantly, do they *use* it? Here's a case where - if he's found guilty - he should swing - this is someone that, *WHEN* he is released again, and he will be, he will kill again - he's already proven that. Why leave it to chance that the justice system will fail us AGAIN?
Carry your guns, people. Monsters exist outside of Larry Correia's universe. They just take more mundane forms. Fortunately, regular ol' hollow points work just fine; no need for silver when dealing with common monsters.
I just wish her brother had gotten to him first - I'd contribute to his legal defense fund in a heartbeat.
That is all.