SEB Pro Tip: When facing the death penalty try not to wish aloud for a gun to shoot the jury with.

I mean, I can understand it given the situation you’re in:

A man convicted of first-degree murder told Jefferson Parish jurors deliberating his fate, “If I had an AK-47, I’d kill every last one of y’all with no remorse.”

Isaiah Doyle made the comments today after taking the stand during the penalty phase of his murder trial.

The same jury that is weighing Doyle’s fate yesterday convicted him of first-degree murder in the 2005 shooting death of a Marrero convenience store clerk.

via Murderer Tells Jury He’d Like To Kill Them – WWL.

But you should probably wait until after they’ve decided whether you’re going to die or not before making such proclamations. I know that I wouldn’t blame the jury for deciding you’re not worth keeping around for much longer.

Especially after the following:

During the penalty phase of the trial, prosecutors also put the female victim of another Doyle robbery on the stand. The appearance by that victim, robbed by Doyle three weeks before the killing, prompted an angry outburst from Doyle.  Courtroom deputies had to restrain the convicted murderer.

Later, on the witness stand, Doyle told the jury what he had told the robbery victim following her testimony.  Doyle testified that he told the victim, “I should have blown your f****g brains out.”

Asked whether he had any remorse about murdering Hwa Lee, Doyle told jurors, “I have no conscience.  When I go to sleep at night, I don’t even think about it.”

Yeah, I wouldn’t place any bets on you ending up with just life in prison.

6 thoughts on “SEB Pro Tip: When facing the death penalty try not to wish aloud for a gun to shoot the jury with.

  1. Life and death sentences are the same thing, just different methods of ending the person’s life.

    A “life” sentence is nothing more than torture. You sit in a hole until you die of natural causes or a fellow prisoner kills you.
    A “death ” sentence is just a shorter version. You sit in a hole until you die of natural causes or the warden kills you 1-30 years later.

  2. (Sorry, skip to 2:11 if you don’t know what the hell I’m talking about and don’t want to see the full video.)

  3. There comes a point where an event goes right through tragedy, out the other side and into comedy. When I see someone getting beat up because he insults the meanest biker gang in town, I see a tragedy and say “How sad” When I see a man with a bat hitting himself in the face repeatedly, I have to laugh.

    This guy is whupping his own ass pretty good. Gives me warm fuzzies.

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