Chardon High School killer to plead out

A teenager suspected of killing three students in an Ohio high school cafeteria a year ago is due back in court Tuesday.
Associated Press
Feb 26, 2013

The appearance by 18-year-old shooting suspect T.J. Lane comes one day before the one-year anniversary of the deadly shootings at Chardon High School, east of Cleveland.

Lane's attorney Ian Friedman said on Feb. 15 that negotiations were under way for a possible plea deal, and if a plea occurs it could happen as early as Tuesday's hearing in a Geauga County courtroom. The Associated Press is reporting the teenager charged with killing 3 students in Ohio school shooting will plead guilty this morning.
 
Lane is charged with fatally shooting the three students and injuring others.
 
A judge has ordered psychiatric testing for Lane and attorneys for both sides want the testing to determine if he is competent to stand trial. 

 

Comments

mikeylikesit

only marty Feldman would aim two guns that way..

Cowboy

Hang him high!

wiredmama222

will pleading guilty get him off the death penalty or was that not an option?

richrs

wired
i dont think that was an option due to his age at time of offense.