Mandan’s Hit & Run Fatality – Life With No Parole For Suspect?
I remember this tragic day, the events that unfolded still are hard to understand, how someone so callous could just simply drive away
The morning of March 21st of this year, here in Mandan, was flat-out terrible. The news came out that there was a hit-and-run accident that left the body of a 77-year-old man dead on the ground. This was a vicious act with zero signs of regret. Valleynewslive.com reported later on that day "Mandan Police say a Bismarck Police officer saw the suspect’s vehicle driving in Bismarck. The officer tried to pull the vehicle over but the suspect did not stop. The vehicle drove off the roadway, down a hill, and into the parking lot of the Motel 6, striking the building" 39-year-old Wade Bison of Fargo was arrested. Yesterday he appeared in a courtroom at Morton County Courthouse to enter his plea.
There are some things that happen in life that make it impossible to forgive and allow someone a second chance
The charges against Bison are murder, leaving the scene of an accident involving death, and terrorizing for a hit-and-run. He pleaded guilty. According to kfyrtv.com " 39-year-old Wade Bison tearfully sat in a courtroom in Morton County Courthouse Thursday. He’s admitted to the March 21 murder of Erwin Geigle and other crimes that State’s Attorney Gabrielle Goter laid out to the court" Bison said "I'm guilty on all charges" This is my question to you, does a person deserve another chance in life?
Wade Bison could be sent to prison for life, without the possibility of parole
When this matter goes to trial, and you are a member of a jury, deciding his fate, could you do it? Would YOU say that he should never be free again?
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