Comments for: Jury convicts Rockland man of murder

Posted July 26, 2012, at 2:11 p.m.
Last modified July 26, 2012, at 6:45 p.m.

ROCKLAND | A 37-year-old Rockland man faces at least 25 years in prison after being convicted Thursday afternoon of murder in the death of a Friendship woman in November 2010. A jury of seven men and five women deliberated in Knox County Superior Court for nearly four hours before …

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  • Anonymous

    Nine days? The jurisprudent version of the batter stepping out after every pitch to adjust his gloves. I predict a hang. Or a quick verdict. Or maybe they’ll stick around long enough for supper on the county. Depends.

    • Guest

      Is this about the rockland verdict?

  • Anonymous

    As I said a total waste of taxpayer money!

  • Anonymous

    Creepy photo of the guy.  Look at  him, it’s like he is reliving it in his head.  Sick. 

  • Anonymous

    and why is he in a wheel chair?  I haven’t been following this case.  Who has details?

    • Anonymous

      Just a prop for the jury, which didn’t work.

  • Anonymous

    Verdict will be in this evening. I am assuming the news will break during the evening news. GUILTY

    • Anonymous

      I called it. I must say that was a lucky guess!!!

  • Guest

    Good job, jury. It must not be easy to send another person to prison for a considerable span of his life. Thank you.

  • Anonymous

    So putting a person in a cage for 25 years ok.. I wonder what the job market for murders will be in 25 years.

  • Anonymous

    how can you take someone life and only be put in prison for 25 years? 

  • Anonymous

    That corrections officer appears to be dressed out of WalMart.

    • Anonymous

       thats harsh. This article has nothing to do with what the officer is wearing.  Maybe you could put in a bill to legislature for raises for correctional officers so they can afford a suit that suits you. haha

  • Anonymous

    Why take so long to sentence the guy? October, ridiculous. He is going for at least 25 as that is the minimum and I really don’t think it takes until October to decide if more is warranted.

  • Anonymous

    Does anyone know why he has a wheelchair? 

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