Thats Justice

A former mechanic convicted of raping and murdering 11-year-old Carlie Brucia, whose abduction was caught on a car wash security camera, was sentenced to death today for her murder.

The jury that convicted Joseph P. Smith in November had recommended by a vote of 10-2 that he be executed. He said he had taken heroin and cocaine in an attempt to kill himself before he abducted Carlie on Feb. 1, 2004. Smith said he didn't remember much about that day and asked Owens to spare him for the sake of his family. His attorney, Adam Tebrugge, argued that Smith could lead a productive life in prison and be a positive influence on his three daughters if he was spared.

Owens discounted those arguments today. He said Carlie suffered "unspeakable terror and physical suffering" at Smith's hands. Carlie's body was found four days after her disappearance on the grounds of a Sarasota church.

The greenies are wrong, Americans are environmentally conscious, a few years from now, after all appeals processes are exhausted, there will be one less drain on mother earth.

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