Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Attempted Execution Foiled

Murder suspect Tyrone Blake sentenced himself to die for the stabbing death of Darlene Montgomery. Blake's method of execution was to hurl himself off the 6th Street Bridge into Chester Creek in hopes that that the fall or hypothermia would kill him.

Fast-acting police foiled Blake's attempt at self-imposed justice and pulled him from the icy water. As of this writing he was resting comfortably in a hospital bed, having been arraigned gurney-side by District Justice Rich Capelli.

It will now require a jury of Mr. Blake's peers to adjudicate his guilt (or innocence) in the matter. Unless, of course, he pleads guilty. In a way, he already has, hasn't he?

1 Comments:

Blogger Michelle said...

Turns out he was pushed, after all; regardless, his guilt was sealed when he fled the scene of his girlfriend's death.

December 16, 2010 at 2:56 AM 

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