Attention

All comments are subject to approval by Moderators. Any off-topic comments will be rejected. Thanks for your cooperation!

Friday, August 04, 2017

Pennsylvania man shot dead 45 minutes after leaving court in drug case

A Pennsylvania man who had just been sentenced for drugs was found shot to death -- execution style -- in his car less than an hour after his trial.

Anthony Reaves, 41, pleaded guilty to being a member of a drug organization, conspiracy and drug charges while at court in Delaware County on Monday.

Reaves was granted eight years of probation with no jail time, but 45 minutes after walking out of court, he was dead, according to reports.

“We would call it an execution. I mean they meant to do this guy, they get him from both sides of the car. Over a dozen ballistic pieces of evidence,” John Apeldorn, an expert with the Citizens Crime Commission, told Fox 29.

More

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

He obviously spilled his guts so the cops should have at least seen to it that he got out of town safely,now they will find it almost impossible to make deals in the future. That was stupid on the part of the cops and the defendants lawyer.

Anonymous said...

Sounds justifiable to me. These dealers are no different than murders. Probably a parent or someone close to them who died over a drug overdose from the poison he was selling. All dealers need to be taken off the streets. No probation, and jail time. Users, including my cousin who died of an overdose need to be put in prison or a facility where they can't leave until they dry out before it is too late, like my cousin and die of a drug overdose.

Anonymous said...

232
Wrong

229
Right

Anonymous said...

I agree with 232.
Throw the bastards in prison.

Anonymous said...

Sounds as though someone did not agree with the court's sentence so delivered some justice of their own. Bad business to be in.

Anonymous said...

Jail solves nothing!!!! Most dealers are addicts also. They need help (if they want it) jail just makes people into better criminals.