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originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: shooterbrody
Why are you defending this man?
Do you feel like he is being persecuted?
Not a racist... Not a white supremacist?
I mean really what is your motive in making this not true?
EL PASO, Texas - A well-known San Antonio criminal defense attorney will be representing 21-year-old Patrick Crusius, the man suspected of shooting dozens of people in El Paso.
Mark Stevens on Monday confirmed to our ABC affiliate KSAT in San Antonio that he was appointed by the court to Crusius' case. Crusius is charged with capital murder after the mass shooting on Saturday at an El Paso Walmart. El Paso County District Attorney Jaime Esparza previously said he will seek the death penalty in the case.
Stevens has defended multiple murder and capital murder suspects in Texas, and he is ranked as one of the top 50 lawyers in west and central Texas by Key Professional Media, Inc.
In his application for a public defender, Crusius said he has been unemployed for five months and has no income, assets or expenses.
Larry and Cynthia Brown said in a statement read by a family friend that their grandson moved out six weeks ago.
I'm curious as to how such a high powered attorney was appointed as a public defender. As far as I knew, public defenders were picked via a lottery type arrangement and were assigned randomly; maybe it is different for high profile cases, I don't know.
As far as I knew, public defenders were picked via a lottery type arrangement and were assigned randomly; maybe it is different for high profile cases, I don't know.
originally posted by: conspiracy nut
did you read my message la has Hispanics from all over the Latin American world Chicago has a lot of ecuadorians Mexicans and Puerto Ricans New York has a lot of Puerto Ricans Dominicans etc etc Texas Hispanics are majority of Mexican descent prove me wrong.