This is a law that I found to be ridiculous. The one who pulls the trigger should face the toughest penalty. The only time this is not true is when someone uses real threats to pressure someone else to pull the trigger. Imagine you only plan to rob a store and your partner decides to pull a trigger. Charging both equally is not true justice.Roddie’s crime is similar to when you drive a gateway car during a robbery and a murder occurs, you’re just as guilty as whomever pulled the trigger.
Agreed that these 3 guys fouled up big time, no issues from me on the verdict.