Pennsylvania Shooter Headed for Death Penalty Says District Attorney


After 48 days of evading forces, shooter Eric Frein has gone into Pennsylvania police custody. Frein has been under pursuit for the last seven weeks since he ambushed the Pennsylvania state barracks, injuring one state trooper and killing another. He was captured earlier today because “he had no choice.” No other details are aware about the capture at this point. District attorney of Pike County, Pa, is claiming to seek the death penalty in the case against Eric Frein.


By Garrett Jutte
Breaking News
NBC News

One Response to "Pennsylvania Shooter Headed for Death Penalty Says District Attorney"

  1. Peter Hudson   November 1, 2014 at 2:31 pm

    I think that Eric frein is a hero for taking down one of thousands of heavily corrupt police “officers” who murder innocent people on a regular basis. Hopefully the dead “cop”rots in hell from 49 day ago onward


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