He says he robbed 100 people in D.C. Could he have been stopped before he killed?

| December 22, 2016

He says he robbed 100 people in D.C. Could he have been stopped before he killed?

D.C. judges twice sentenced him — for simple assault and robbery — under the District’s Youth Rehabilitation Act, a unique law passed in the 1980s that allows shorter sentences for some crimes and offers offenders under age 22 the chance to clear their records. All the while, he says, he returned to the streets to commit more robberies and sell crack cocaine.

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