It was a horror story after a Cardinals football game when Chris Sanna was leaving the game. On his way back to the car, the Army veteran was robbed and shot by a feral thug, named Kilwa Jones, who left Sanna paralyzed for life.
This is what feral uncivilized people do. They rob people, shoot them, and leave them on the street. It’s the exact opposite of how you’re supposed to act in public.
Chris Sanna had his entire life changed. His life won’t ever be what it used to be. Ironically, neither will the life if Kilwa Jones.
Kilwa Jones was sentenced to 35 years in prison. I don’t think that’s enough considering Sanna is now paralyzed and can’t do things he used to do.
Sanna received at little bit of closure when the dirt bag thug was sentenced by a judge, but that won’t fix his life. He vowed to protect his country from the most ugly villians, only to find out the worst people are here in our country.
That’s no way to treat a veteran and 35 years is not enough. I want the wimp locked away for life. Hopefully someone pulls that pretty hair while throwing a bone in him, just the way Bubba likes it. Maybe he gets penis shanked off and forced to live like a woman in jail.
I don’t think 35 years is enough for this loser. What do you think?
Fox2Now – ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – The man who shot and paralyzed Chris Sanna while leaving a Cardinals game last year was sentenced Friday in federal court.
Before the sentence was handed down, various witnesses took the stand, including Sanna himself. Many wept openly as Sanna talked about his paralysis and how his life has been changed forever.
The former Marine and his family said they wanted to be in the courtroom Friday when the sentence was handed down for Kilwa Jones.
Sanna said he wished he would have died that night and that he’ll never live a normal life.
The attack on Sanna and his girlfriend happened in September 2015 while they were leaving a Cardinals game. Prosecutors said Jones approached them with a handgun and opened fire. Sanna was shot in the back and then Jones robbed the couple.
Jones pleaded guilty in July to multiple charges related to armed robbery and the shooting. On Friday morning, Jones asked a federal judge for a fair sentence and was given 35 years in prison.