Originally Posted by BucEyedPea
Ya' know I don't get that—going along for the ride. If he participated he did it too. He has free will and a conscience but agreed to mass killing.
No argument at all - he certainly deserves a VERY harsh sentence, and the death penalty wouldn't surprise me at all. I'm just saying that #1 was probably MORE at fault than #2. Whether that has anything to do with the criteria for the death penalty, I really have no idea.