November 23, 2018
In a homogeneous white society, no parent would receive a call on Christmas Day telling them that their child has been murdered.
In a society filled with niggers, however…
A New York man was sentenced to life in prison Friday for executing an Augusta couple on Christmas morning three years ago.
The state sought two life sentences — to be served concurrently — for the intentional and knowing murders of an Augusta couple, Eric Williams, 35, and Bonnie Royer, 26, early on Dec. 25, 2015.
The judge imposed a 75-year term for Williams’ death and a life sentence for Royer’s death, to be served concurrently.
In a sentencing memo, prosecutors called the case “a poster child for the devastation caused by out-of-state drug dealers coming to Maine and enlisting addicts to do their bidding.”
Marble was convicted by a jury July 18 in Cumberland County Superior Court and, after the jury verdicts, Justice Michaela Murphy convicted Marble of possession of a firearm by a prohibited person.
Twenty people, mostly members of Williams’ and Royer’s families, watched the hearing, and several addressed the judge.
Most of the same family members had been present each day at Marble’s trial and other court hearings in the case, which began in Augusta and was moved to Portland.
“Eric was murdered execution-style; there was no mercy, he was just plain shot,” said Jeff Williams, Eric’s father. “The loss of our son is beyond words.”
Bonnie Royer and Eric Williams.