He kept the tag on because otherwise the jersey would depreciate, obviously pic.twitter.com/TyiEo4OgfS
— David Ferrara (@randompoker) June 30, 2017
Thomas Randolph was convicted this week of two counts of first degree murder in the death of his sixth wife. That’s the newsy part of this story. The story at today’s sentencing hearing was Randolph walking into court in a Tony Romo jersey that still had the tag attached under the left sleeve.
Ballsy move bro.
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal:
Chief Deputy District Attorney David Stanton told jurors that wearing the XXXL No. 9 Tony Romo blue and white jersey with blue jeans and white gym shoes showed that Randolph had no remorse for the deaths of his sixth wife, Sharon Causse or the man he hired to kill her, Michael James Miller.
“He doesn’t care about that at all. It doesn’t bother him a bit,” the prosecutor said. “Any rational compassionate human being would be appalled at themselves.”
Randolph, who has been locked up since 2009, told reporters he wore the Romo because it would give him comfort while speaking to jurors.
How big of a scumbag is this Cowboys fan? This should sum it up for you (via @reviewjournal).
Scumbag’s fate will last through the holiday weekend:
— M Price (@LasVegasCourts) July 1, 2017