Violent Rapist Thug Asks Judge For Lighter Sentence

Queena Phu was a brilliant and delightful secondary school senior made a beeline for the University of Florida before she was violently assaulted and assaulted by Kendrick Morris.

He was 16 and the prior year had fiercely assaulted an unidentified elderly lady who devoted her an opportunity to working in a childcare focus.

Therefore of wounds supported in the assault by Morris, Queena was left deadened, visually impaired and quiet. She requires consistent care from her family. That is all that stayed off her future after Morris’ assault that a Florida judge called, “heinous, atrocious and cruel.”

Morris got a sentence of 65-years in jail with the arrangement that the sentence be reexamined as per a U.S. Incomparable Court deciding that requires sentences for adolescent wrongdoers be investigated.

That survey occurred for the current week, however, in the event that Morris was searching for tolerance, he was in the wrong court as Judge Chet Tharpe dashed any expectation for an early discharge.

As the sentenced attacker stood vacuous  Judge Tharpe recognized that Morris was youthful when he conferred the assaults and the severe strike against Phu, yet that was the extent that the judge would follow considering the declaration of Phu’s family.

“The court finds that the nature of the defendant crimes in these two cases was especially heinous and brutal. The court finds the defendant’s crimes were sexually violent in nature. These crimes were particularly atrocious and cruel. Accordingly, life sentences are the only appropriate sentences in this case,” said Tharpe.

While Queena’s family, who was in court for the ruling, was relieved to hear the sentence upheld, her sister, Anna, said both lives received “life sentences.”

“I want to say that it’s a victory, but it seems wrong to say that I believe justice was served, but in the end, both lives are sentenced life.”

And although Morris’s sentence will be reviewed again in 2037, Anna said there is no review of the sentence her sister, Queena, and the family is serving.

“This is not a joyous moment for us in any sense. We will have to take care of Queena forever and nothing has changed for us in that aspect.”

H/T Us Herald

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