Monday, November 23, 2009

Lucien Trammell sentenced to 58 years

Lucien Trammell, who was convicted earlier this year of shooting Shreveport Police Officer John Madjerick in the face, was sentenced today to 58 years by Judge Leon Emmanuel. Trammell was sentenced under the habitual offender bill which provides for enhance penalties of 33½ to 100 years.

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4 comments:

  1. Thank God he won't have the chance to do this again.

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    1. Let Me tell you one thing accidents happen and He deserves a second chance OFFICER John Madjerick has his life and get to see his family everyday but TRAMMELL doesn't What about all these officers killing BLACK MEN THAT'S NOT EVEN DOING ANYTHING.OH I FORGOT IT'S OK FOR COPS TO KILL INNOCENT BLACK MEN. THINK ABOUT THE BIG PICTURE OFFICER JOHN MADJERICK IS ALIVE AND WELL BUT THESE BLACK MEN NEVER COMING BACK SO NEXT YOU WANT TO SAY OH THANK GOD HE WANT BE ABLE TO DO THIS AGAIN. THINK ABOUT ALL THESE YEARS WHITE COPS AND WHITE MEN BEEN KILLING BLACK PEOPLE AND WALKED FREE. HAVE A BLESSED DAY WHO EVER POSTED THIS!!!!

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  2. But did you read who Leon Emmanuel ultimately blames for this crime? It's "the community's" fault, that's right the education community, the justice system community. It's our fault, don't you see?

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  3. It's always someone else's fault...the criminals CAN'T be responsible for their actions.

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