Friday, May 29, 2020
Judge Morganelli - A Brutal Murder
This was taken from Judge John Morganelli’s Facebook page:
In one of his more well-known opinions , Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart famously said that while he could not readily define the term “hard-core” pornography, “I know it when I see it.”
Well, as District Attorney for 28 years, I know MURDER when I see it. The difference between murder and manslaughter is the presence of “malice” . “Malice “ is ALWAYS present in murder but never in manslaughter . “ Malice “ means a hardness of heart or a reckless disregard for the value of human life. I believe that this tragic and chilling photo will go down in history as a defining photo along with photos like the young , naked Vietnamese girl running from napalm. Prayers for this man, his family and our nation are in order.