‘Throw away the key,’ wife of Utah shooting victim tells judge
Her son-in-law, who shot her husband at church, gets prison.
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Rev. Erik Richtsteig said he felt the sentence will help his parishioners heal. He has said that many of them have received counseling to help them overcome the traumatic events that unfolded in front of them.
"I wish there had been some part of the law that punished him for the desecration of the church," Richtsteig said after the sentencing.
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