Wednesday, February 01, 2006

What Was On The Mind Of A Murderer?

In the latest of a series of posts about the murder trial of the husband who stabbed his wife to death after a mediation conference, this article from Inside Bay Area gives us an uncommon insight into what the mediant [I made that up] husband was thinking about as his expectation of family mediation. He testified in his defense. Now, I was not being judgmental [I’m still a mediator] when I titled this post. According to this article in The Mercury News the jury found him guilty of first-degree murder.

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