In Hill’s defense, attorney Martin Sabelli and Pastor Michael McBride of the Way
Christian Center in Berkeley told the court that Hill had a deep sense of remorse for Espinoza’s family.
McBride said he has talked frequently with Hill about how he can use the rest of his life for good.
“I still think there is redeemable value in David’s life,” McBride said.
Hill is a cold blooded murderer; he now gets to spend the rest of his life in a little cell with like minded murderous psychopaths. What possible value could his life have? And would good does “expressing remorse” when you’ve pumped a few rounds into a piece officer. My sense of justice calls for the pastor to service the victims, not the criminals. It is just one more reason I can never be a Christian. Murders like Hill deserve nothing more from us than enough food to keep him alive so he can spend the next 80 years looking at his roommate’s big hairy ass. Remorse - does anybody believe that?