Nebraska Supreme Court upholds Nikko Jenkins' conviction in killings of four Omahans

Omaha.com - 30 days ago

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Nebraska’s highest court upheld spree killer Nikko Jenkins’ conviction and death sentence for the August 2013 killings of four Omahans. In a 53-page ruling, the Nebraska Supreme Court rejected Jenkins’ defense arguments that Jenkins’ court proceedings were irregular, including a bizarre plea hearing — and that he is too mentally ill to be put to death.

Charity Walker: on this particular case a little more background is needed. Nikko b4 being released from prison prior to these killings told the board that if they released him he would kill and they said that they had no choice but to release him! So although I am a SUPPORTER of the death penalty this particular case the parole board, prison, who ever didn't take him straight from prison to a locked down mental facility after he told them EXACTLY WHAT HE WAS GOING TO DO has just as much blood and blame on their hands!!

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Charity Walker - 30 days ago
on this particular case a little more background is needed. Nikko b4 being released from prison prior to these killings told the board that if they released him he would kill and they said that they had no choice but to release him! So although I am a SUPPORTER of the death penalty this particular case the parole board, prison, who ever didn't take him straight from prison to a locked down mental facility after he told them EXACTLY WHAT HE WAS GOING TO DO has just as much blood and blame on their hands!!

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