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Brian Nichols gets life without parole

Killer apologizes before Fulton judge hand s down “many lifetimes’ in 2005 Brian Nichols will spend life in prison with no possibility of parole for the March 11, 2005 courthouse shootings, a judge said Saturday.

He also was sentenced to life on charges and the maximum sentence on other charges with no possibility for probation, the judge said. “It’s a large number of years,” said Judge James Bodiford. “It’s many life .” Bodiford read the sentence Saturday for each of the 54 counts against Nichols after allowing him to speak. It was Nichols’ first time speaking in front of a public courtroom. “I am sorry. I just want to say that I will not bring dishonor to the decision to spare my life,” [read the whole story here]

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