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    VA - Marquis Jobes, 13, Chesterfield County, 25 Oct 2003


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    Hunt for suspect leads to arrests
    http://www.timesdispatch.com/servlet...71868568&path=!news&s=1045855934842

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    Arrest warrants out for Rankine
    Police also seeking to question him in boy's disappearance
    http://www.timesdispatch.com/servlet...=1045855934842

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    THIS DOESN'T SOUND GOOD...

    Here's a link; man found dead, was sought for questioning:

    http://www.dailypress.com/news/local...lines-virginia

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    I live in Richmond, Virginia, and they found this 13 year old boy's body last night, behiind a Kmart. The police received a tip from someone that led them to the body. One of the news stations is reporting that the tip also identified the killer, and they expect an arrest.

    School officials pulled his friends out of school so their parents could tell them, rather than have them hear it on the news. It is so sad. It does sound like they have lots of evidence at the crime scene, so that will help catch whoever did this. Whoever it was, also killed this boy's mother and her boyfriend. The boyfriend was a drug dealer, but the mom and the 13 year old boy were innocent.

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    Police have recovered a body believed to be that of Marquis Anton Jobes, the 13-year-old Chesterfield County boy who has been missing since his mother was found slain in their home on Oct. 25.
    http://www.timesdispatch.com/servlet...=1045855935074

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    Do they know the distance from the house? Keeps us posted Doyle.

    Sounds like someone who was involved might have called the tip in.
    So you think that the world owes you something, Hey baby so do I
    But you sink like a stone from the weight of the debt
    Its so heavy it makes you cry
    And you think that your innocence is somewhere
    south of the Georgia line
    But for all of the days that you spent headed south its still five below when you open your mouth

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    http://www.dea.gov/pubs/states/newsrel/wdo042004.html

    News Release
    April 20, 2004

    APR 20 -- A federal grand jury returned a superceding indictment today for Richard Dwight Bernard, age 35, of Jacksonville, Arkansas and Richmond, Virginia. Bernard was originally charged in November 2003, along with seven others, with conspiracy to distribute in excess of 1,000 kilograms of marijuana and with possession of firearms in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime.

    In February 2004, the indictment was amended to add a charge alleging that Bernard, while engaging in the drug conspiracy, intentionally killed Anthony Rankine, Tasha Robinson, and Marquis Jobes, age 13, on October 22, 2003. In addition, the indictment charges Bernard with using a firearm during and in relation to a drug trafficking crime. Each charge involving the murders of Rankine, Robinson, and Jobes carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment and is death penalty eligible.
    The guy pleaded guilty to drug crimes and in exchange charges for triple murder were dropped.

    http://facstaff.law.drake.edu/david....Appendices.pdf
    see page 162

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donjeta View Post
    http://www.dea.gov/pubs/states/newsrel/wdo042004.html



    The guy pleaded guilty to drug crimes and in exchange charges for triple murder were dropped.

    http://facstaff.law.drake.edu/david....Appendices.pdf
    see page 162

    Wow!!! How does that happen????
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    Local to me. This is awful. This was a murder of an innocent child, not to mention the adults. The only bright spot is that it looks like his crimes carried a max sentence of two life sentences. I hope he got both and is never loose in society again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Donjeta View Post
    http://www.dea.gov/pubs/states/newsrel/wdo042004.html



    The guy pleaded guilty to drug crimes and in exchange charges for triple murder were dropped.

    http://facstaff.law.drake.edu/david....Appendices.pdf
    see page 162
    I need brain-bleach after reading the Drake article. The human depravity described makes my heart stop.

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    As long as there is no time off for good behavior, parole, probation and he dies in prison, I won't question the deal.
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