Crime Killer Who Murdered Girlfriend’s Parents with Sledgehammer ‘has too low an IQ to be executed’ - Defense attorneys think he the black guy from Green Mile or some shit.

Feline Supremacist

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In b4 all blacks get let off because the average black IQ is 85 making them all legal exceptional individuals. Why wasn't this black baboon in jail already for hospitalizing her? Also nothing of value was lost. The toll has been paid. The cuck parents are dead because they let their whore daughter burn coal and this nigger will rot in jail for the rest of his life until Trump or Kushner decide to let all the criminals out again.

Also this:
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There was no coal burning, have you even looked at a picture of this dumb slut?
 

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Blacks: "Your white colonial honkey bullshit 'IQ' system is a sham, it doesn't apply to us! We wuz kangz!"
Whites: "Okay, you're all secretly descended from UFO Geniuses, you're all aware of what you're doing when you chimp out, we're going to review every capitol punishment case and reinstate the death penalty."
Also blacks: AY HOL' UP.
So you do use the farms, Stonetoss.
 

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Was able to plan and execute a double murder on the fly, including luring the second victim to the house with the first victim's phone.

But he's just too fucking dumb to execute.

And what is with these milquetoast parents these days? Why the fuck would you let your daughter date this shit-heel? And after she's hospitalized because of him, you just take him off the hospital visitation list? Are you fucking me?

When I was dating around as a teenager, if I did half the shit this literal moron did, the girl's dad would have turned my head (justifiably) into a canoe with a shotgun. Teenage boys should be absolutely terrified of their girlfriend's fathers. Trust and friendship should be earned over time and built on a solid foundation of absolute terror of the father. Every child should have a parent like Gary Plauche.
 

Wilhelm Bittrich

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Welp, the first story I found when trying to figure out whether police incompetence kept Ford out of jail or a bail ruling led me to

Jeff and Peg Schobert had less than eight months to live after their young daughter starting dating Shawn Eric Ford Jr.

The end took root in the summer of 2012, when Chelsea Schobert, a wealthy suburban teen attending one of Akron’s more affluent Catholic high schools, began dating Ford, an inner-city dropout born into poverty to a 15-year-old single mother.

Chelsea Schobert, dressed Thursday in prison orange, recounted for a Summit County jury her teenage self destruction that led her to fall in love with Ford after four months. She also recalled her parents’ doting nature, which they extended to Ford, buying him new clothes, fancy dinners and helping with finding a job.

But by her 18th birthday that following March, Ford would beat and stab her nearly to death inside a run-down party house in Akron because, she said, she was too drunk and declined his demand for sex. And it was while she lay in a hospital bed that Ford and a 14-year-old friend, prosecutors allege, made the long walk from Akron to the Schoberts’ home in New Franklin.

Apparently angry that the Schoberts were keeping him away from their daughter, Ford and his friend took a sledgehammer from the family garage and attacked Jeff Schobert in his bed the morning of April 1. They then did the same to Peg when she arrived after spending the night at her daughter’s bedside.

For this, prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against Ford, whose trial opened Thursday in Summit County Common Pleas Court.

Ford’s defense attorneys made no claims of innocence during their opening statements to jurors. In fact, during a hearing last month, defense attorneys Donald Hicks and Jon Sinn revealed a failed plea deal that would have seen Ford plead guilty in exchange for a life sentence without parole.

Instead, the state is seeking to execute Ford, now 20, for the graphic slaying. Testimony resumes Friday and is expected to extend into next week.

Court began with a warning to spectators in the nearly full gallery. Prosecutors intended to show jurors five crime scene photos that Judge Tom Parker called “disturbing, to say the least.”

Assistant Prosecutor Brian LoPrinzi then laid out the state’s case to jurors with a brief history of the Schobert family: Jeffrey, 56, the prominent, gracious attorney; and Margaret, known to friends as Peg, the 59-year-old watchful, generous mother.

Like her older sister Jessica, Chelsea was adopted, a fact she learned at age 5, but something that never affected her indulged life.

Chelsea testified that she met Ford through Facebook when she was 17 and heading into her senior year at Archbishop Hoban High School. He was a friend of her ex-boyfriend. Soon, they met for a date and she took him to her family’s home in New Franklin that very day.

It was a clash of cultures in a sense. It was Chelsea who had the car. It was Chelsea who always paid the way. At times, her parents took out Ford and members of his family for dinners, sometimes driving into some of Akron’s roughest neighborhoods.

While the Schoberts tried to accept Ford into their family, they eventually grew weary of his influence over Chelsea, at one point putting a GPS on their rebellious daughter’s car.

Things got rocky between Chelsea and Ford soon after Christmas when they declared their love for each other, she told jurors.

“He was kind of getting rough, in a sense,” Chelsea told jurors. “And I started backing away easily.”

On March 22, 2013, Chelsea again picked up Ford and two of his friends. They had planned to get drunk to celebrate Chelsea’s 18th birthday. It was during that party, while the two were in a bedroom, when Ford attacked Chelsea, first with his fists, and later, after walking to the kitchen, with a knife.

At the hospital, suffering from spinal and neck injuries, Chelsea blamed another man for the attack. By chance, she identified the same man Ford had fingered to police. She feared Ford if she told the truth, she said.

“I thought if [Ford] found out, I’d be in worse condition than I already was,” Chelsea, now 19, told jurors.

She also tried to arrange a goodbye meeting with Ford, she said, to ease potential tension.

“I felt if I didn’t see him, he’d get mad and come and see me and that would be the end of it. I’d get hurt,” Chelsea told jurors.

Her parents forbade it, blaming Ford for putting their daughter in harm’s way. But prosecutors said a brooding Ford once paced the halls of Akron Children’s Hospital in a failed attempt to visit Chelsea. Her parents kept him off the visitation list, which prosecutors say helped push him to kill the couple.

LoPrinzi said the Schoberts were each struck more than a dozen times with the sledgehammer before the suspects fled in the couple’s vehicle. Within days, Ford and co-defendant Jamall L. Vaughn, now 15, were taken into custody.

Each has cooperated with investigators, sealing a case -- coupled with DNA evidence -- that LoPrinzi said would push jurors past reasonable doubt to “beyond all doubt.”

Vaughn will be tried later as an adult on aggravated murder, aggravated robbery and aggravated burglary charges.

During about two hours on the witness stand, Chelsea Schobert remained poised, speaking directly with little emotion aside from an occasional chuckle. Even when she was shown her mother’s ring and watch -- which Ford is alleged to have stolen after the killing -- Chelsea showed no outward reaction. She and Ford, seated just eight feet away from the witness box, barely made eye contact.

She said she has never spoken to Ford since the beating and her parents’ slaying. She did say, however, that her life continued to unravel after her parents’ death, changing her “way of living and thinking.”

The destruction culminated months later, she said, when she took a portion of her inheritance to score a bulk purchase of cocaine with a new boyfriend. They were arrested. She is now serving 30 months in prison for drug trafficking.

“It just went downhill and spiraling out of control,” she testified. “I met the wrong people.”
The tl;dr:
Chelsea grew up in a wealthy suburb and went to an expensive Catholic school
When she started dating Ford, her adoptive parents were supportive and tried to welcome him into the family paying for dinners etc
They eventually grew concerned with Ford's influence
Ford beat and stabbed Chelsea at a crack house on her 18th birthday because she was too drunk to have sex with him
She then lied to the police about who did it, it just so happened to be the same person Ford said did it (I'm sure that was pure coincidence)
Chelsea's parents forbade her from meeting with Ford
Ford and Vaughn brutally murder Chelsea's adoptive parents
Chelsea gives her testimony at Ford and Vaughn's trial in an orange prison jumpsuit
She had been sentenced to 30 months for cocaine trafficking with her current boyfriend
She purchased the cocaine with inheritance money from her murdered adoptive parents
story of her arrest

Fucking Christ.
Progressive married couple adopts a Pajeetistani child and later let her date a hoodrat.
Yeah, what could go wrong.

And ofc, the next nigger is already humping her and she gets arrested for drug trafficking.
Classy lady did they adopt, seriously, hats of to those two morons.
But to be honest, it seems not only her now jailed nigger boyfriend isn't the brightest light in the shed.

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Welp, the first story I found when trying to figure out whether police incompetence kept Ford out of jail or a bail ruling led me to

Jeff and Peg Schobert had less than eight months to live after their young daughter starting dating Shawn Eric Ford Jr.

The end took root in the summer of 2012, when Chelsea Schobert, a wealthy suburban teen attending one of Akron’s more affluent Catholic high schools, began dating Ford, an inner-city dropout born into poverty to a 15-year-old single mother.

Chelsea Schobert, dressed Thursday in prison orange, recounted for a Summit County jury her teenage self destruction that led her to fall in love with Ford after four months. She also recalled her parents’ doting nature, which they extended to Ford, buying him new clothes, fancy dinners and helping with finding a job.

But by her 18th birthday that following March, Ford would beat and stab her nearly to death inside a run-down party house in Akron because, she said, she was too drunk and declined his demand for sex. And it was while she lay in a hospital bed that Ford and a 14-year-old friend, prosecutors allege, made the long walk from Akron to the Schoberts’ home in New Franklin.

Apparently angry that the Schoberts were keeping him away from their daughter, Ford and his friend took a sledgehammer from the family garage and attacked Jeff Schobert in his bed the morning of April 1. They then did the same to Peg when she arrived after spending the night at her daughter’s bedside.

For this, prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against Ford, whose trial opened Thursday in Summit County Common Pleas Court.

Ford’s defense attorneys made no claims of innocence during their opening statements to jurors. In fact, during a hearing last month, defense attorneys Donald Hicks and Jon Sinn revealed a failed plea deal that would have seen Ford plead guilty in exchange for a life sentence without parole.

Instead, the state is seeking to execute Ford, now 20, for the graphic slaying. Testimony resumes Friday and is expected to extend into next week.

Court began with a warning to spectators in the nearly full gallery. Prosecutors intended to show jurors five crime scene photos that Judge Tom Parker called “disturbing, to say the least.”

Assistant Prosecutor Brian LoPrinzi then laid out the state’s case to jurors with a brief history of the Schobert family: Jeffrey, 56, the prominent, gracious attorney; and Margaret, known to friends as Peg, the 59-year-old watchful, generous mother.

Like her older sister Jessica, Chelsea was adopted, a fact she learned at age 5, but something that never affected her indulged life.

Chelsea testified that she met Ford through Facebook when she was 17 and heading into her senior year at Archbishop Hoban High School. He was a friend of her ex-boyfriend. Soon, they met for a date and she took him to her family’s home in New Franklin that very day.

It was a clash of cultures in a sense. It was Chelsea who had the car. It was Chelsea who always paid the way. At times, her parents took out Ford and members of his family for dinners, sometimes driving into some of Akron’s roughest neighborhoods.

While the Schoberts tried to accept Ford into their family, they eventually grew weary of his influence over Chelsea, at one point putting a GPS on their rebellious daughter’s car.

Things got rocky between Chelsea and Ford soon after Christmas when they declared their love for each other, she told jurors.

“He was kind of getting rough, in a sense,” Chelsea told jurors. “And I started backing away easily.”

On March 22, 2013, Chelsea again picked up Ford and two of his friends. They had planned to get drunk to celebrate Chelsea’s 18th birthday. It was during that party, while the two were in a bedroom, when Ford attacked Chelsea, first with his fists, and later, after walking to the kitchen, with a knife.

At the hospital, suffering from spinal and neck injuries, Chelsea blamed another man for the attack. By chance, she identified the same man Ford had fingered to police. She feared Ford if she told the truth, she said.

“I thought if [Ford] found out, I’d be in worse condition than I already was,” Chelsea, now 19, told jurors.

She also tried to arrange a goodbye meeting with Ford, she said, to ease potential tension.

“I felt if I didn’t see him, he’d get mad and come and see me and that would be the end of it. I’d get hurt,” Chelsea told jurors.

Her parents forbade it, blaming Ford for putting their daughter in harm’s way. But prosecutors said a brooding Ford once paced the halls of Akron Children’s Hospital in a failed attempt to visit Chelsea. Her parents kept him off the visitation list, which prosecutors say helped push him to kill the couple.

LoPrinzi said the Schoberts were each struck more than a dozen times with the sledgehammer before the suspects fled in the couple’s vehicle. Within days, Ford and co-defendant Jamall L. Vaughn, now 15, were taken into custody.

Each has cooperated with investigators, sealing a case -- coupled with DNA evidence -- that LoPrinzi said would push jurors past reasonable doubt to “beyond all doubt.”

Vaughn will be tried later as an adult on aggravated murder, aggravated robbery and aggravated burglary charges.

During about two hours on the witness stand, Chelsea Schobert remained poised, speaking directly with little emotion aside from an occasional chuckle. Even when she was shown her mother’s ring and watch -- which Ford is alleged to have stolen after the killing -- Chelsea showed no outward reaction. She and Ford, seated just eight feet away from the witness box, barely made eye contact.

She said she has never spoken to Ford since the beating and her parents’ slaying. She did say, however, that her life continued to unravel after her parents’ death, changing her “way of living and thinking.”

The destruction culminated months later, she said, when she took a portion of her inheritance to score a bulk purchase of cocaine with a new boyfriend. They were arrested. She is now serving 30 months in prison for drug trafficking.

“It just went downhill and spiraling out of control,” she testified. “I met the wrong people.”
The tl;dr:
Chelsea grew up in a wealthy suburb and went to an expensive Catholic school
When she started dating Ford, her adoptive parents were supportive and tried to welcome him into the family paying for dinners etc
They eventually grew concerned with Ford's influence
Ford beat and stabbed Chelsea at a crack house on her 18th birthday because she was too drunk to have sex with him
She then lied to the police about who did it, it just so happened to be the same person Ford said did it (I'm sure that was pure coincidence)
Chelsea's parents forbade her from meeting with Ford
Ford and Vaughn brutally murder Chelsea's adoptive parents
Chelsea gives her testimony at Ford and Vaughn's trial in an orange prison jumpsuit
She had been sentenced to 30 months for cocaine trafficking with her current boyfriend
She purchased the cocaine with inheritance money from her murdered adoptive parents
story of her arrest

Fucking Christ.
You can take the niggo out of the hood but you can't take the hood out of the niggo.
 
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He's not so exceptional that he doesn't fit into normal society. He's smart enough to manipulate a 14 year old kid into helping him commit murder. Just how low is the bar, exactly?
He was smart enough to know that he needed to threaten his accomplice to guarantee his cooperation. That is also clear evidence that this little shit knew that he was doing something wrong.
 

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I almost don't even find insanity pleas as a valid defense, nevermind "hes just too stupid!"

I'm sure he's not the brightest bulb, however this shows that he clearly premeditated the murder which requires intelligence. Enough intelligence that should get his ass in the chair ASAP. The only exceptional individuals in the courtroom are his attorneys for trying such a defense.

God I hate how fucking long it takes to execute these "people". I understand why, but that doesn't really make it much more justified in wasting so much money especially when its almost without a shadow of a doubt that he did it. He should have got the firing squad years ago.


Life in prison can be worse than death. Let him enjoy his 50+ years behind bars. If hes as dumb as they say he is he will catch a shank eventually.
I would initially be inclined to agree but I cannot permit a murderer to live. Yes life in prison to me seems like a worse fate than getting executed, but the thing is these people are waste.

Subhuman does not do enough justice to describe the type of people to commit murders like this. It's like putting a dog down that bit a child. Do you want to lock the dog in a cage for the rest of its life? No you get rid of it as quickly and cleanly as possible.

No amount of suffering, torture, or death can bring these people back. The reason why I support the death penalty is because it is akin to wiping the filth off the face of the Earth. Besides, while it is rare to escape from a modern prison it isn't impossible. Start swinging them by ropes early unless you want another Ted Bundy case.
 
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