Death Sentence? Murder? What’s the Difference.

With some criminals, you can understand why they ended up in jail. They’re dumb. Bryan Connelly was one of these.

He got convicted of forgery. Not long before he was to be paroled, he just couldn’t stand the fact that he got convicted, I guess, so wanted to kill those responsible for putting him behind bars. So, genius over here decided he would send a letter to the judge who sentenced him offering him $5000 if he would kill the prosecutor in his forgery case. He then sent another letter to his defense attorney asking him to kill the judge, and if he declined, he would kill the judge himself after he killed the defense attorney. He wrote the letters in longhand and put his fingerprints all over them, so it looks like there’ll be no killing going on, and no parole either.

You’d think if he had forged something before, he would have been able to disguise his handwriting. Oh wait, that’s why he was in jail in the first place. Maybe the forgery wasn’t that good. Either way, I think he’s going to have a much longer hit-list now that his charges have been upped to two counts of attempted solicitation of capital murder. Way to go, Bryan, you’re a real prize.

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