A school shooter who was 14 years old when he killed his father and a six-year-old boy apologized for the first time as he begged a judge to lessen his life sentence, Your Content has learned.
Jesse Osborne, now 21, apologized to his shooting victims for the first time in seven years during a recent court hearing.
Osborne’s attorneys are now asking a judge to reconsider the shooter’s lifetime sentence as he begs for mercy.
He killed his father and first-grader Jacob Hall during a 2016 shooting at home and an elementary school in Townville, South Carolina,‘according to New York Post.
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