“That’s a fine-looking high horse….” Part 2

In my last entry, I wrote about a capital murder trial being held in San Angelo.  The punishment phase ended yesterday, and the sentence was handed down last night.

The first article about the sentencing.

The second article about the sentencing.

And a solid rehashing of a Warden’s testimony during the murder trial.


If you are interested in reading (or rereading) “That’s a fine-looking high horse….” (Part 1), get in touch with me (however you like) and I will fix you right up with a password.

2 thoughts on ““That’s a fine-looking high horse….” Part 2”

  1. Maggie,
    You’ve put into words the very ideas that tumble around in my brain.
    2 stints in the state prison system as a nurse and I always struggled with these same thoughts. You are so brave for writing this. I’m proud of you.
    On a side note, wow! Doubly brave for admitting to the suicidal ideations. I can relate. That’s all I’ll say there.

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    1. Thank you for reading and for the support! I have never been inside a penitentiary or anything bigger than our local county jail when I have to visit defendants on my case load, but that is ENOUGH. It’s no wonder people stop behaving in that environment. What do we expect (logically)? Thank you again for the kind words. I appreciate it very much. Love & Hugs!!


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