Cheshire Killer: Judge Makes a Shocking Ruling
I just have no words. Shock is all I can muster.
I don't claim to understand the intricacies of the law. I just believe in my heart that you do the crime, you do the time. So, the twist that the Cheshire home invasion case may take is astounding to me. Both Joshua Komisarjevsky and Steven Hayes were convicted of the murders of Jennifer Hawke-Petit and her daughters Hayley and Michaela. The men were sentenced to death, but the sentence became life in prison when Connecticut's Supreme Court overturned the death penalty law.
Here's a follow up to a blog I wrote last week about Cheshire, CT home invasion killer Joshua Komisarjevsky getting a new trial.
According to Courant.com, a judge agrees the defense never got the recordings of three police calls from the morning of the attack on the Petit home in 2007. Komisarjevsky's defense contends the calls could have made a significant impact on his trial.
How either of these men think they should ever see the light of day again is beyond me.