Eddie Ray Routh did not testify during his trial for capital murder in the deaths of Kyle and friend Chad Littlefield at a shooting range two years ago. Jurors heard from a forensic psychiatrist who said Routh has schizophrenia and showed signs of psychosis in the weeks leading up to the slayings.The trial has drawn intense interest, partly because of an Oscar nominated film based on Kyle’s memoir. Kyle made more than 300 kills as a sniper for SEAL Team 3, according to his own count.Prosecutors, who argue that any history of mental illnesses should not absolve Routh of being accountable for the deaths, indicated they would call two rebuttal witnesses Friday, The Dallas Morning News reported, an indication that the jury could soon have the case.Routh, 27, faces an automatic life sentence without parole if convicted, since prosecutors are not seeking the death penalty.
The virus almost certainly originated in Africa, passing back and forth between the Aedes aegypti mosquito and monkeys. “Almost without a doubt, for thousands of years the virus circulated in monkeys and mosquitoes in the rain forests of Africa,” says Dr. Duane Gubler, founding director of the Signature Research Program in Emerging Infectious Disease at Duke NUS Medical School in Singapore.
But his alleged tag “Spek” remained, staining trucks, buses, and train cars from Boston to Salem. He became, according to police, one of the most prolific graffiti vandals in Eastern Massachusetts, potentially responsible for hundreds of thousands of dollars in property damage. His punishment each time: probation and community service, nothing more.
Selling at events are her thing. “I feel like I get all my selling done in a short period of time, it’s a lot of work, and a lot of on your feet, and chaotic and crazy, but I get it done,” Clark says. Revenue went from $140,000 in 2004 to $535 million in 2011.
The Republican also has spent the past several weeks repairing the damage he did to himself during a surreptitiously filmed fundraiser here, in which he dismissed 47 percent of Americans as self proclaimed “victims.” That campaign event took place at the home of private investor Marc Leder in Long Lake Estates, a gated community surrounded by a veritable moat upon which ducks lazily drift. (Leder resurfaced here Friday night to speak at a Paul Ryan fundraiser, but it was held at the nearby St. Andrews Country Club, not his now politically toxic home.).
Round seven yards down. And at home and have a thirteen. It’s definitely listened to Houston he’s been throwing deep contented reminds me he’s had to pick my feet at 3435. I’m not sure if that’s where I’d be able to stop. That’s not a good thing but here’s the thing that just baffles me. This is a city with some of the smartest baseball people on the planet.