Greensburg teen sentenced to life in torture slaying

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Contact information for the Tribune-Review's staff can be found here. Jennifer Daugherty's family said the mentally challenged woman deserved to be present for the sentencing of a Greensburg teenager convicted of killing her, so they brought her cremated remains into a Westmoreland County courtroom on Wednesday.
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pgh

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Aug 4, 2011
 
I've read some comments on other sites that question her life sentence. In PA, the only way to get released from a life sentence is to be granted commutation by the governor; currently, this is a rare occurance. This is "the other death sentence." Since she doesn't have a formal death sentence, she will be in general population, unless she needs to be protected from other inmates. Very sad case for all involved.
pgh

Greensburg, PA

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Jun 28, 2012
 
It looks like she won't be doing life afer all. She will probbly be in her 30s or 40s when she's released and won't have a clue in how to function in the world.
RT Pipe

Belle Vernon, PA

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Jul 3, 2012
 
pgh wrote:
It looks like she won't be doing life afer all. She will probbly be in her 30s or 40s when she's released and won't have a clue in how to function in the world.
Most people who are in their 70s and 80s can't function and they have not been in prison.

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