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There's been quite a bit of talk since the Casey Anthony verdict about how juries are changing. I think the Nancy Grace, revenge style prosecutes are becoming their own worst enemies. I think there is some push back. Below is an example of what might set them off. I know I get mad when I see maximum possible charges being levied just because they can. I expect more cases to backfire.
11-Year-Old Boy Faces Murder Charges In Death Of 6-Year-Old Brother
An 11-year-old boy is facing murder charges in Indiana after the fatal shooting of his 6-year-old brother on Thursday.
Andrew Frye, the 6-year-old, was shot in the head Thursday. Though details around the case remain unclear, according to Yahoo News, the two boys were alone in their Morgan County, Indiana home at the time of the incident.
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(CBS/WISH/AP) MARTINSVILLE, Ind. - The 11-year-old Indiana boy who allegedly killed his younger stepbrother Andrew Frye was allowed to pay his respects to his brother at a private session before the funeral service for friends and family Thursday.
The boy spent 15 minutes inside where he paid his final respects to his brother and was then escorted back to the Morgan County Juvenile Detention Center, reports CBS affiliate WISH.
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