Heartless Michael Bargo sentenced, now youngest man on Florida death row

Michael Bargo sentenced; Now youngest man on Florida death row.

Here is the quote showing why no judge could possibly have any mercy on this guy:

During a hearing last month, Bargo took the stand and maintained his innocence, telling the judge he doesn’t deserve to die.

"I don’t want to die, man. I really don’t. I was 18 years old, man," said Bargo.

Bargo on witness stand

I was only 18.

Very nice: he was only 18 and therefore wants to live, but he could not apply the same concern to another human being, the 15-year old boy named Seath Jackson, who became his victim. I am not sure if there is a word in the dictionary for this kind of malice. Heart like a test pattern.

Also, I wonder what the judge thought as he listened to those words. But there is no need to wonder at the judge’s conclusion to the matter. Judge David Eddy issued a death sentence.

3 responses to “Heartless Michael Bargo sentenced, now youngest man on Florida death row

  1. I too oppose the Death Penalty on many reasons – the state or anyone should not be given the right to put someone to death. “It’s a cruel and unusual punishment” and not a deterrent to crime!

  2. I think it’s just as disgusting that the public are thirsty with blood lust and revenge. Two wrongs don’t make a right and I think that a state that hands a death sentence to anyone that was just a teenager at the time of this gruesome murder is just as bad as the murder itself. A vicious cycle it is, no one achieves anything from this more lives are lost in the process. People need to re evaluate how they deal with these atrocities because it has been proven without any reasonable doubt that the Death Penalty is not a deterrent.

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