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March 06, 2013
Hoping North Carolina has the death penalty and uses it in this case. If not, do as darsavmo said and put him in G.P. for the rest of his life, which shouldn't last too long .......
Defense Attorney: "Did Hampton love Elijah? He told you he did. He said he (Elijah) was the best thing that ever happened to him."
YEAH...... He loved the kid so much that he beat the life right out of the boy. If that's what he does to the best thing that ever happened to him, I'd hate to see what he does to the worst things.
"The Defense also said Hampton testified because he wanted the truth to be known. Butler said Hampton got caught up in trying to make his son strong, to make him eat."
Make him eat what? His fists a plenty? The truth is Mr Butler, your client is a piece of fecal matter who felt he had to beat the c-r-a-p out of a child until the child died.
Defense Attorney" On the day in question, was he (Hampton) out of control? Sure. But is that really torture?"
Mr Butler, let's put some perspective into this...... Let's put you and your client at a table and with someone 8 to 10 times your size forcing you to eat, screaming at you, smacking the table with a belt so as to scare the c-r-a-p out of you and make you cry, or rather, scream in fear. Remember, Elijah was only 23 months old. How old was Hampton? Now lets cover your screams with a pillow, an act that would not only muffle your screams as Hampton attempted to do with Elijah, it would likely cause extreme difficulty in your being able to breath. Remember, the person doing this to you is 8 to 10 times your size and much stronger than you. You are so scared that when you do get away, you attempt to hide under the table in fear to escape. You proceed to get beat with a belt some 30 to 40 times and 60 times with a toothbrush (or other large object by comparable size). You get beat so bad that you are floating in the bathtub and are left with severe bruises all over your body. You don't call that torture? I know.... Why don't we ask Elijah what he thought of the events of the day? Oh yeah, that's right..... We can't because he is not able to speak due to his being dead at the hands of your client. You site Hampton's own history of being abused as a child. Sorry..... I'm sorry your client was also the victim of abuse but that is absolutely no excuse for his behavior that resulted in the death of Elijah.
"Hampton would not look at the pictures in court (COWARD..... TAKE A LOOK AT YOUR HANDYWORK) and broke down in tears and shouted out....... "I'm sorry, oh my goodness, I'm sorry" "
What ever your punishment Mr Hampton, you should be forced to look at the pictures of Elijah's bruised and beaten body on a daily basis. This should be your H-E-L-L and your torture for the remaining days of your life.
Bump my friend darsavmo en re to putting this human waste in G.P. When they're through with him give him the lethal injection ..a.s.a.p.
"During Tuesday's closing, Defense Attorney Norman Butler said Hampton's intent was not to commit torture. He also reiterated Hampton's history of being abused."
What does the above excerpt about his history of being abused have to do with what he did to this child? Does former abuse excuse one from abusing or killing children now?
Now, put this POS in Gen Pop and let the abuse cycle run it's course...
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