New York, NY — James Jackson, a 30-year old white supremacist who stabbed and killed 66-year old Timothy Caughman because of his race, has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. He tried to apologize in court, but Caughman’s loved ones were only insulted.
“I just wanted to apologize to everyone who has been negatively affected by this horrible and unnecessary tragedy,” Jackson said in court. “If I could do it all over again, this never would have happened.”
Caughman’s family and friends don’t buy it. Portia Clark, Caughman’s childhood friend, described it as “BS.” Clark’s husband and Caughman’s friend, Carl Nimmons, said the apology was “insulting. Because I know he didn’t mean it, no kind of way.”
State Supreme Court Justice Laura Ward said Read More