BRETT KAVANAUGH RULES CHILDREN DESERVE LIFE IN PRISON WITH NO CHANCE OF PAROLE
The Trump-appointee who asked not to be judged by his high school year book has a different point of view for kids who aren’t Tobin, Squi, and PJ.
Kavanaugh claimed, which actually isn’t true at all. (As Slate’s Mark Joseph Stern notes, the landmark Miller v. Alabama and Montgomery v. Louisiana decisions determined, respectively, that juvenile life without parole violate the 8th Amendment and that sentences imposed at a judge’s discretion are generally unconstitutional.)
Actually, if anything, you would think it would make him more forgiving of teen behavior.If anything, Kavanaugh should recuse himself from all cases dealing with minors after the way he cried about his own teen years being held against him.