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Petition Started Asking That Autumn Pasquale’s Murderer Gets More Time

Autumn Pasquale
Autumn Pasquale (Clayton Police)
By Bill Doyle

Apparently Jeff and I weren’t the only ones incensed by the plea bargain in Justin Robinson’s case. He’s the despicable human being who has admitted strangling 12 year old Autumn Pasquale to death and stuffing her body in a recycling container. You’ll remember he pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter. While he will be officially sentenced on September 12th, the plea agreement says he will get 17 years; 85% of which must be served.

A petition was started to ask for a longer sentence for Robinson at Change.org. This is how you can add your name to the thousands who have already signed

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