why the Sappington murder trial was postponed today.




 

 

By Jonathon Shacat

Herald/Review

BISBEE — The jury trial for a man who allegedly murdered a woman in Benson in 2010 was postponed by two months during a hearing on Friday because it is the right thing to do.

Robert Eugene Sappington, 38, is charged with first-degree murder of Devvra Alesya Keyes and abandonment or concealment of her dead body on Sept. 7, 2010.




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JBCLA on Thu, 11/22/2012 - 11:39am
Title: Devvra

This is rediculous !  This Judge must not have children or even family .. Your telling us the from Sept. 7, 2010, to now the Defence hasn’t had time to prepare , and now they got another yr to get it done.. No wonder America is going down the tubes. This case is one of the most brutal Murders in AZ. I think it’s time for Someone to step in and get this case taken care of. The family of Devvra deserve this. Devvra Deserves this. If it were were the Judges daughter , do you think it would have gone on this long…. I think NOT !   This is a travisty . I’m appaulled at the justice system. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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