Bad for Diversity? Man Found Guilty of TV Anchor's Murder
A jury in Arkansas has found Curtis Lavelle Vance guilty in the murder of KATV news anchor Anne Pressly, reports AP.
On the basis of the evidence, the jury jumped to a conclusion. Which as most Americans realize (one hopes) is OK to do in the presence of overwhelming evidence. And that includes places such as Fort Hood, Mr. President.
There is as yet no comment from Gen. George Casey on whether this guilty verdict in regard to Curtis Lavelle Vance will harm diversity in America.
Anne Pressly was a human being of great value and significance, created in the image of God and endowed by our Creator with "certain unalienable rights," among them the "right to life."
To compensate for the enormity of his crime, and because human beings are not pieces of cosmic junk in a meaningless universe, the murderer Curtis Lavelle Vance properly faces the loss of his life in payment for the life he saw fit to forfeit.