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was arrested last week for allegedly stealing nearly 50,000 from dormant accounts, including one of a deceased member, according to the Caddo Parish Sheriff's office.
Today, Whitaker is a high school teacher by day, who handles ACT test preparation throughout the Caddo Parish school district in Shreveport, and a published poetess and spoken-word artist by night.
A telling quote in the report's introduction from former Caddo Parish, Louisiana, District Attorney Dale Cox helps illuminate why certain prosecutors so vigorously pursue death sentences: "I think we need to kill more people," he declared, adding, "revenge.
Tucker, who is black, had argued in part that black males had an increased likelihood of being convicted of murder and sentenced to death in Louisiana's Caddo Parish due to endemic racism.
One adult male (TTU-M 116699) was captured in Caddo Parish just adjacent to Louisiana Highway 169, approximately 4.
These are the words of a former district attorney who routinely and proudly sought the death penalty in Caddo Parish.
Charlotte Hinson, who teaches in a Caddo Parish public school, wrote to the Shreveport Times recently after that newspaper published articles favorable to evolution.
Caddo Parish Assistant District Attorney Catherine Estopinal declined on Tuesday to elaborate on what she termed "a recent development" that prompted prosecutors to reverse course.
I've always been on the Vocational Advisory Council for Caddo Parish, and been very involved with students at that level--especially with DECA.
He is then said to have opened fire with the assault rifle and a handgun in Caddo Parish, Louisiana.