Teen Learns His Fate After Murdering 4 People - His Reaction Is Callous

A teenager in Ohio was recently sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for his role in the murder of four innocent people during an armed robbery in 2015.

18-year-old Jordyn Wade remained expressionless as he received a total of 172.5 years in prison without a chance at parole.

Wade did not pull the trigger on the execution-style murders, but the jury determined he was guilty on multiple counts of aggravated murder, attempted murder, and aggravated burglary.

In the course of the robbery, Wade was armed and assisted in forcing the five victims into the basement of a house in Columbus, Ohio during the heist on June 2015.

When the residents were trapped in the basement, another criminal Robert Adams shot them all point blank. His trial is scheduled to begin in January 2017 and he may face the death penalty.

The victims include Michael Ballour, 41, Tyajah Nelson, 18, Daniel Sharp, 26, and Angela Harrison, 35. A 19-year-old woman survived her execution after she was only grazed by the killer’s bullet. She played dead in order to avoid detection.

Wade’s criminal record includes a number of parole violations and he is a known gang member.

“He’s taken absolutely no responsibility. None whatsoever,” Assistant Franklin County Prosecutor James Lowe commented regarding Wade. “He has the audacity to say that this was a cover-up.”

“Since we’ve been doing this, and it’s a long time we’ve been doing this, this is the worst scene we’ve ever prosecuted,” he noted. “Four dead bodies, and there should have been a fifth. This was horrific, horrific.”

Wade’s lawyer argued he shouldn’t receive life without parole because he was only 16 when he committed the crimes.

Source: AWM

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