Zhang Yingyings suspects father appeared in court crying for his family: he is a lovely child

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 Zhang Yingyings suspects father appeared in court crying for his family: he is a lovely child


Christensens father testified in court.

Im his father and I have to be here, said Michael Christensen, Christensens father. I love him and nothing can change that.

According to the Chicago Tribune, when his father spoke, Christensens shoulders trembled and his hands covered his eyes and cried.

I can accept the death penalty, but its not reallyexecuted, he said. I cant imagine that. He can also make a lot of contributions. He said he had flashed in his mind a few days ago a picture of his son lying on a table and being executed by lethal injection. I cant think any more. He was also interrupted many times by crying during his testimony. Regarding the damage to Zhang Yingyings family caused by his sons actions, he said, Im sorry, my son is the cause of their pain. In addition, Christensens uncle, teacher and his mothers best friend also testified in court, telling their impression of Christensen as a lovely child. On June 24, the defendant Christensen was convicted by a federal jury on three counts, including kidnapping to death. Today, the same jury will decide whether he should be sentenced to death. Source: Peng Mei News Author: Liu Dong Responsible Editor: Su Bingyong_NBJ9980

I can accept the death penalty, but its not reallyexecuted, he said. I cant imagine that. He can also make a lot of contributions. He said he had flashed in his mind a few days ago a picture of his son lying on a table and being executed by lethal injection. I cant think any more. He was also interrupted many times by crying during his testimony.

Regarding the damage to Zhang Yingyings family caused by his sons actions, he said, Im sorry, my son is the cause of their pain.

In addition, Christensens uncle, teacher and his mothers best friend also testified in court, telling their impression of Christensen as a lovely child.

On June 24, the defendant Christensen was convicted by a federal jury on three counts, including kidnapping to death. Today, the same jury will decide whether he should be sentenced to death.