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Published: Friday, Oct. 29 2010 10:58 p.m. MDT

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Bryan
Syracuse, UT

So this guy literally helps someone else get away with murder, and the best our justice system can come up with is 1 to 15 years in prison? And his sentences are to be served concurrently? I see something wrong with the possibility that this man could be out of prison in as little as a year. The least the judge could have done would have been to have the sentences to run consecutively. At least he would have probably spent more time behind bars.

Larry
Willard, UT

Bryan: And just what would that have done for the State that is already broke from to many people in jail. Jail will bust the system, Thank god for that!

SLars
Provo, UT

Shouldn't this be in the immigration section?

kreese
Taft, CA

He shot the deputy "becaused he was pulled over for being a Mexican?" Now we have a beheading in Chandler , Arizona, apparently by illegals.

How's that hope and open borders doing?

LuVePacifica
kearns, Utah

He really got a Light sentence!
Sad story of what has been done
in the life of the murdered Officer
on duty JosieGFox)

lawenforcementfromAZ
Glendale, AZ

The percentage of killing by illegal immigrants far exceeds their percentage of the populatin, contrary to the article in the DN this day. Illegal immigrants comprise 2.6% of the Utah population, but 12% of those convicted of murder.

Had the US Government done their job by protecting our borders and deporting illegal immigrants, that officer would be alive today. SHAME

I have attended the funeral of two close law enforcement officers who were murdered. Enough is enough

Gordon T.
Cottonwood Heights, UT

I find it hard to believe that someone shot a police officer because they thought they were being pulled over for being a Mexican.

RichardB
Murray, UT

This never should of happened.

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