Originally Posted by footstepsfrom#27
Regardless of what happened before, his act meets the legal qualifications for a 1st degree murder charge under Oklahoma law. Whether or not someone might interject personal feelings related to another crime and thus change their view of how they might respond based on that, has nothing at all to do with whether this was murder or not.
Juries are to decide cases based on the rule of law, not their personal feelings, sympathies or lack of such.
I obviously know all this. Thanks for not answering my question.