Your Sacrifice was not in Vain Rich…Rest in Peace Brother

Woman gets life in 2008 cop killing: ‘I deserve to be in here’ – R.I.P. Chicago police Officer Richard Francis

Deborah Francis, at center, widow of slain Chicago Police officer Richard Francis, leaves the Leighton Criminal Court Building on Wednesday after a life sentence was given to the woman who shot him. (Alex Garcia, Chicago Tribune / February 5, 2014)
After an emotional hearing at the Leighton Criminal Court Building, a woman with a reported history of mental illness was sentenced to life in prison today for the murder of Chicago police Officer Richard Francis in 2008.
A jury convicted Robin Johnson of the first-degree murder in October.
On Wednesday, Francis’ widow, Deborah, tearfully told a judge about how her husband helped raise her two daughters as his own after the two met on a blind date. She asked that Johnson receive the maximum sentence and said she would never be able to forgive her.
“It has been five years since Rick’s death, but no closure comes with the jury’s verdict,” she said. “Our family was completely torn apart by his murder.”
Johnson also wept as she apologized to Judge Thomas Gainer.

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One Response to Your Sacrifice was not in Vain Rich…Rest in Peace Brother


    SYOTOS Sooner than later?

    Is 1971 available?

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