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Death penalty to remain

Fregiato denies motion in Phelps’ case

September 28, 2013

ST. CLAIRSVILLE – The death penalty will remain an option for the upcoming trial of Brandon Michael Phelps, 21, 1281 Birch St., Bellaire, accused murderer of a Bellaire woman....

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wardog

Sep-28-13 10:17 AM

This is the best news I've heard all year. Maybe now these scum bags will finally see that this is no game. Maybe this will wipe the*****eating grin off his mother's face. She sits in the courtroom like this is some kind of game. I'd like to be the one to let the juice loose. oorah!!

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KKELLIE

Sep-28-13 10:58 AM

GREAT JUDGE WITH VALUES AND COMMON SENSE. GREAT FUTURE FOR THE SUPREME COURT

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rmv4285

Sep-29-13 2:37 PM

It's sad that such young men turned to deeds so evil. I would be terrified for my soul if I were in their shoes. Prison may be heaven to them compared to eternity after their mortal death.

Judge Frigato is an excellent judge and will rule fairly. I'm sad they won't just plead and allow the victim’s survivors to grieve without having to go through a long and painful trial(s).

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