May 24, 2024 — Forty to sixty years

Beverly McCallum had her day in court yesterday for sentencing. She had been found guilty of second-degree murder, a contrivance demanded by the European courts before they’d turn over Beverly for extradition to the U.S. from Italy. Judge Janice Cunningham, while handing down the sentence, said that she found no remorse in Beverly. Her entire life had been built around what she wanted, when she wanted it, anyone else be damned. Most moving was the victim impact statements, the last from her own daughter. As an indicator of her solipsistic nature, Beverly asked the judge if she could just leave and not listen. Nope, this time she had to. Good.

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