FREEPORT - Convicted murderer Justin Mader was sentenced to 33 years in prison on Wednesday by the Supreme Court after a very emotional plea to the victim's family asking for forgiveness.
With teary eyes, Mader expressed his sincere remorse to Yvette Patton, the mother of a young man who was discovered burned to death in his car on Grand Bahama Highway on March 12, 2010.
Mader asked Ms Patton and her family to forgive him for what he had done. The two then embraced each other - something that has never been done before in the Supreme Court.
On Tuesday, the second day of the trial, Mader pleaded guilty to the murder of 23 ...
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