The Smiling Faces of Sociopaths
Drew Peterson's latest media stunt after he was arrested joking about his "spiffy jailhouse outfit" and referred his handcuffs as his "bling" reminded me of how many sociopaths laugh and take light of their serious situations and do so without regard or remorse. The entire ordeal to them is merely a joke. They believe they are smarter than everyone else and will beat the system.
You always know what kind of person you are dealing with when you see such famous "fun court faces" during murder trials.
Normal people don't laugh or smile when they are on trial for murder. I know a NORMAL person would be in hysterics every moment if they were "innocent", as these following psychopaths have alleged.
Check out who made the list and their smiling court room faces:
A 1995 criminal trial found Simpson "Not Guilty" in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman;
However, a wrongful death civil trial found Simpson "Guilty" in the murders of Nicole and Ronald.
Simpson is currently in prison in Nevada for a conviction in an armed robbery case in Las Vegas which happened in 2007.
Found guilty and sentenced to death in Californiafor the 2002 murders of wife Laci, and unborn son, Connor.
Found Guilty in the murders of two Chi Omega Sorority sisters at Florida State University in Tallahassee, and Kimberly Leach in 1978;
Bundy was also charged, but not tried in other northwestern states such as Washington, Oregon, Utah, and Colorado for approximately 40+ (the actual number is unknown, and Bundy took that information to the grave) murders of women from 1974 through his final capture in Florida, 1978.
Bundy was executed in Florida in 1989.
JOHN WAYNE GACY
Found guilty and sentenced to death in the murders of approximately 33 boys and young men from 1972 to 1978 where police found over 28 bodies buried in lime in the crawl space of his suburban Chicago home.
Gacy was executed in Illinois in 1994.
Found guilty in conspiracy to commit the murders of actress Sharon Tate and three of her house guests and the following murders of Leno and Rosemary LaBianca in August, 1969.
Manson and four of his followers were found guilty and sentenced to death.
However, in 1972, the death penalty had been repealed by the Supreme Court in the case of California v. Anderson 493 P.2d 880, 6 Cal. 3d 628 (Cal.1972), then reinstated in 1978, commuting their sentences to life in prison.
Currently on trial for the murder of her daughter, Caylee Anthony in Florida.