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Killer lectures judge in court

2018-08-13 03:58
A man who was convicted of murder at just 11 years old is back behind bars and trying to give the judge some legal advice. Nathaniel Abraham is still the youngest person to be convicted of murder in the state of Michigan. He was released from jail over a decade ago but is back in trouble, this time for allegedly exposing himself in public. The now-32-year-old had promised to turn himself in for indecent exposure but never did and when police went looking for him, Abraham reportedly tried to run, leading to a struggle and him eventually getting tasered. Appearing in court through a jailhouse video link, Abraham seemed confused about why he was there, questioning the charges of assaulting an officer and resisting arrest. He started to go into detail about the indecent exposure case, as the judge tried to get him to stay silent - explaining the new assault charges, stemming from the officer incident. Source: Fox, Detroit, MI