Originally Posted by VCDaedalus
I don't think Coleman plans to plead guilty, ever. His best chance for a long life is the death penalty. If he's given LWOP (or even a chance at parole), he'll be put in the general prison population. He might not last long, and it would not be a quick or pleasant death.
If he's under the DP, he's in segregation, his physical safety assured. He could outlive every single person in the case: his own parents, Sheri's family, Joyce Meyer. He could live a quiet, secluded life with zero responsibilities and the guarantee of a quick and relatively painless death--whenever that comes around.
No, he won't be pleading guilty.
Yes he will be pleading guilty to save his own life. His father, the Rev. Ronald Coleman, Grace Church in Chester Ill., will finally convince him to save his soul he must confess. Wether the confession will be sincere is another matter, but HE WILL CONFESS> KTBA ktba