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Twenty-one injuries fourteen of them fatal A few weeks ago Lee Malvo who will turn eighteen soon appeared before a Fairfax County Va judge The question has been brought up that Malvo should be charged as a adult I believe that he should be tried as an adult for three reasons He shows signs that he let go of his childhood and innocence a long time ago the sheer number of murders and the fact that he shows no remorse for his offenses There are signs that he has let go of his childhood When he turned fourteen he became fascinated with the gangsta world of pain and abuse As cited in Father Where Art Thou in the January 27 2003 issue of Newsweek When the landlord cut off his electricity because the rent was unpaid Lee began smashing baseball-size holes in the walls 56 In the same article Lee was said to have struck a child with a four-foot galvanized pipe over some petty argument 56 These early signs of violence help to show how a young boy could grow to be a merciless killer He moved from state to state picking off random people People whom did nothing to affect his life viewed falling to the ground through a sniper rifles scope Fourteen unnecessary deaths caused by Malvo If a child in Florida could be given life in prison for accidentally killing another child then why should Malvo avoid the penalties of his actions Those pushing for a pardon do not feel the same degree of emotional grief that the families of the dead do Lee Malvo has shown no remorse for his crimes As cited in A Leap of Fate in the January 2003 issue of Newsweek Illinois death row inmate Madison Hobley never stopped protesting his innocence Hobley convinced the governor of Illinois that he was innocent Malvo on the other hand has not uttered a word of
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