Justin Goldsby is a famous businessman. He is also a father to two famous children: Avis and Nicko Goldsby. His daughter Avis Goldsby has gained a high profile in Hollywood. Justin Goldsby is 42 years old. He has been in the entertainment industry for many years and has become successful.
Memory of Murder
Shane Goldsby pleaded guilty on Monday to the murder of his cellmate, Justin Goldsby. During the hearing, Goldsby said that he had no memory of the murder. Goldsby, however, said that he had a crush on a woman who raped his sister. He later confronted the woman, and she was severely beaten. She died a few days later. During the trial, Goldsby admitted that he had a history of violence. He apologized to the victim’s family during the sentencing hearing.
Goldsby had been incarcerated since he was 22 for a joyriding incident. After completing an inmate reform program, he was transferred to the Airway Heights prison. His sentence was reduced from 33 years to 25 years. Goldsby will have to pay restitution to the Munger family upon his release.
Goldsby pleaded guilty to murder his cellmate and was sentenced to another 24 years in prison. He had a history of child rape and molestation, including raping his younger sister. He was also convicted of possessing child pornography.
Shane Goldsby’s Lawyer
Shane Goldsby’s lawyer says she is aware of her client’s past abuses. Goldsby’s mother was a drug addict, and the abuse she gave her son was so severe that he had to be rescued by child services. Goldsby moved through 10 foster homes before his mother took him back. After the child services left, she reunited with Goldsby and started using drugs again. By the time Goldsby was 22, he was in prison. He was moved to an intensive management unit, and later to Airway Heights prison.
While Goldsby was growing up, his mother was abusing him and he was taken to various foster homes. After being rescued by child services, Goldsby became addicted to drugs. He pleaded guilty to the charges and was sentenced to more than three years in jail. He was also ordered to pay restitution to the family. The amount of restitution will be determined at a later date.
Goldsby Pleaded Guilty
Goldsby pleaded guilty to murdering Munger, a prisoner who was serving a 43-year sentence for child rape, molestation, and possession of child pornography. The two had an ongoing history of violence. When Goldsby was arrested, he pleaded with Munger’s family to forgive him. The woman died three days later.
In a statement, Goldsby apologized for killing Munger and said that he would have preferred to have seen him behind bars for the rest of his life, but he also claimed that he was “too emotional” to read the statement. However, he did apologize to Munger’s family. Police are questioning his motives. He claims he killed Munger after seeing photos of him raping a woman. He then knocked Munger down and stomped on his head repeatedly. A few days later, Munger died from his injuries.
During an interview with a reporter from KHQ, Goldsby explained that he and Munger had been fighting since last year. He had asked for a new cellmate but prison policy doesn’t allow them to be in the same cell. After the two were placed together, he attacked Munger from behind in the common area of the cell. He punched Munger in the face 14 times and kicked his head several times. He later apologized to Munger’s family in a tearful statement.
Goldsby grew up in an abusive home with a drug-addicted mother. He eventually returned home but became addicted to drugs. He was sentenced to more than 25 years in prison and is now serving time for the crime.
Despite the overwhelming evidence against Justin Goldsby guilt, his family maintains that he was innocent. The family of the young man claims that he did not murder Munger. But the evidence also shows that the young man rammed into a patrol car and injured the trooper inside. In a statement read by his lawyer, Goldsby said that he had been abused by his drug-addicted mother. Goldsby had spent 10 different foster homes before he and Munger reunited here.