Talk about pushing the limits of our judicial system.
William Robbins was out allegedly committing gunpoint muggings with a friend and, if convicted, I think he should be put in jail for a very long time.
While he was in custody, his associate jumped into the driver’s seat of his van and took off. 20 minutes after his arrest his friend ran over and killed a nun and injured 4 others.
Even though Robbins was not in the van that killed the nun, but in handcuffs and in police custody, the District Attorney is charging him with 2nd degree murder. What do you think? Should he be charged with the murder or just the muggings and robberies?