By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
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BALTIMORE (AP) — In a complex case that took nearly five years to conclude, a man who killed an Annapolis businessman during a carjacking was sentenced yesterday to life in federal prison.
BALTIMORE — A young man who escaped trial in state court was convicted in federal court yesterday of killing an Annapolis businessman during a carjacking.
BALTIMORE — A federal prosecutor told jurors yesterday that a man accused in a fatal carjacking confessed to pointing out the Annapolis victim as a target for theft, but a defense attorney said the confession resulted from police scare tactics "right out of Hollywood."
Blake told police that he and co-defendant Terrence Tolbert were looking for someone to rob and that he pointed out Mr. Griffin as a target.
"No one may think I'm sincere, but I really am, and I'm sorry," he said.