Teenager Sentenced to Life for Killing Classmates Tells Families ‘F**k You All’ (Video)

T.J. Lane receives three life sentences for killing three classmates at Chardon High School east of Cleveland last February.
T.J. Lane receives three life sentences for killing three classmates at Chardon High School east of Cleveland last February and tells the families “F**k you all” and flips them the bird.

Students, friends, and families of the Chardon High School family east of Cleveland, Ohio, were forced to relive the horror that unfolded last year when T.J. Lane decided to open fire on his classmates killing three of them and wonding three others.

Lane was 17 at the time, but he was proven competent to stand trial.  He is now 18, and was sentenced to three life terms with no chance of parole for aggravated murder, attempted aggravated murder, and felonious assault, according to the Huffington Post.  Last February, he opened fire, killing Daniel Parmertor and Demetrius Hewlin, both 16, and Russell King Jr., 17.  But in a shocking display, Lane said to the families 

“The hand that pulls the trigger that killed your sons now masturbates to the memory,”

He then gave them the middle finger and also told them:

“F**k all of you.”

But before opening his mouth, he set a foreboding tone as he entered the courtroom with “KILLER” etched on the front of his white t-shirt in black marker.  The judge gave the most appropriate sentence that he could offer seeing as he was too young to be given the death penalty.

Lane is a real pet project for psychiatrists everywhere.  His lack of remorse at this young age would keep them taking notes for some time to come.  Check out the footage from the courtroom. Disgusting.

-J.C. Brooks

 

 

4 thoughts on “Teenager Sentenced to Life for Killing Classmates Tells Families ‘F**k You All’ (Video)”

  1. what u just said that’s what the men going to do to u bo bo, u need God. who say stuff to the family who still hurting over they love one’s something wrong with u

  2. He was preparing himself for prison life. He wants be celebrated as a hero in his new home for the way he behaved in court. He’s thinking that if he blubbered and started apologizing all over the place, he wouldn’t have respect once he went in. And he knew for sure he was going to prison. Just his way of attempting to gain respect from the other animal species in the jungle.

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