PARENTS OF JAMES HOLMES PLEADING TO SPARE HIS LIFE IN A LETTER!

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The delayed trial of James Holmes is set to begin early next year. Jury selection begins on January 20. James Holmes shot and killed 12 people in a movie theater on July 20, 2012.

Before the trial, Robert and Arlene Holmes, his parents, published a letter in The Denver Post. Pleading for his life to be spared by the prosecution. It said:

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“We understand that if our son is found guilty by reason of insanity, he could go to an institution that provides treatment for the mentally ill for the remainder of his life. This result would prevent any future harm to him and others.

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We realize treatment in an institution would be best for our son. We love our son, we have always loved him, and we do not want him to be executed. We also decry the need for a trial. A lengthy trial requires everyone to relive those horrible moments in time, causing additional trauma.

In the criminal justice system, the prosecution and defense can agree to a sentence to life in prison, without parole, in exchange for a guilty plea. If that happened, our son would be in prison the rest of his life, but no one would have to relive those horrible events at a trial the media has permission to televise.

We believe that the health penalty is morally wrong, especially when the condemned is mentally ill. We are not alone in our sentiments. The Murder Victims’ Families for Human Rights, an international organization of family members of murder victims and family members of the executed, and the National Alliance on Mental Illness formed the “Prevention, Not Execution Project,” aimed at ending the death penalty for people with severe mental illness.”

James Holmes pleaded not guilty by reasons of insanity, which rules out the death penalty. Prosecutors say the death penalty is appropriate, considering he knew what he was doing even if he had some kind of mental illness.

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The families of the 12 victims want justice. Many think he should be put to death. Of course no parent wants to see their child executed, but they can’t deny what he did…

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