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Between them they represent the cream of the fashion industry, boasting ad campaigns for the likes of Burberry, Versace and Louis Vuitton.

But if you needed further proof that they are a force to be reckoned with, supermodels including Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss and Lara Stone have joined forces for a sizzling short film celebrating the career of one of Britain’s fashion greats.

Karlie Kloss, Jourdan Dunn and fellow models Karen Elson,Mariacarla Boscono and Anna Ewers are also in on the act posing as the seven deadly sins:pride, greed, envy, gluttony, wrath and sloth.

The short clip, which lasts just 10 seconds, was produced by renowned British fashion photographer Nick Knight to celebrate the career of fashion tsar Edward Enninful who is celebrating 25 years in the industry this year.

Anna Ewers, left, and Lara Stone, right, both pose in a sea of pink as they take the part of ‘gluttony’

It sees the seven deadly sins reimagined as supermodels in a variety of sultry poses, each dressed decadent costumes.

While Kate Moss poses in a red encrusted jacket with a red wig and, what looks like a red crustacean resting on her groin, as lust, Naomi Campbell plays the part of pride, dressed in a sweeping Yohji Yamamoto gown.

Karlie Kloss is wrapped in gold to play greed, Jourdan Dunn has long green hair to embody envy, and Lara Stone and Anna Ewers languish in a sea of pink to play gluttony.

Italian beauty Mariacarla Boscono represents sloth, with Karen Elson as wrath. Each model is set against a different colour backdrop with a different piece of short music, as chosen by Beats By Dre.

Supermodel Naomi Campbell poses in a sweeping black gown by Yohji Yamamoto as she plays ‘pride’

While Kate, 42, reclines on a throne wearing lacy scarlet lingerie, stockings and a matching wig, Karlie stuns as greed in a golden dress and bangles.

Lara Stone and Anna Ewers both pose against in a sea of candyfloss pink as gluttony, while Naomi Jourdann Dunn makes a fleeting appearance as envy.

Flame haired Karen Elson wears a flowing yellow gown as wrath, while Mariacarla Boscono dons a dark blue wig and gown as sloth.

Mariacarla Boscono dons a dark blue wig and gown as sloth. ‘I’ve known Naomi [Campbell], my gosh, forever. She’s like a sister to me. All the others I’ve seen since they started.’

He added: ‘Straight away Kate said, “I’m lust.” She claimed it.’

While fans have been granted only sneak previews in gif form, producers are planning a premiere of epic proportions, debuting the short film on a giant billboard in Times Square on 29 January.

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Former Dartmouth and Duke middie Jon Livadas and his crew at Big Green Beats are pumping out exclusive interviews with the players and the music playlists that they are listening to right before they gear up and head out to the field.

This week “Inside the Beats” is a double feature on Kat Collins and Shannie MacKenzie. Both senior Standouts at Dartmouth Collins, a midfielder, was the 2010 Ivy League Leading Scorer and named to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List while McKenzie, a defender, as a junior was named All Ivy First Team. and then looks to take their regular season success into the NCAA playoffs.

College students love new music. College students also are incredibly lazy. Big Green Beats is your one stop to sample all the newest music while putting off all of your other responsibilities just a little bit longer. We do the work searching around so you can live the life of leisure and beats. Our team is networked across the country so that we feel the local pulse at all universities, ensuring that no regional hit is missed.

The BigGreenBeats team started small, using the website to share music between close friends and had no aspiration of spreading our reach across the country and slowly infiltrating countries around the world. After expanding our reach, we have begun to focus more on up and coming artists, remixes, mashups and everything in between.

All of the members of the BGB team are current or former D1 lacrosse players and after years of listening to locker room music and countless warm up CD we figured not share with the lacrosse community what we hear and have heard on a daily basis for the past few years of our lives? Hopefully, you enjoy hearing from some of the biggest names in lacrosse about what type of music they listen to and how it influenced their lacrosse lives.
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LAS VEGAS, Nev. At the start of the NHL season, most figured the Vegas Golden Knights would be struggling heading into the final month and would be sellers at the trade deadline.

Instead, they perched atop the league standings with 86 points, ahead of Eastern Conference leading Tampa Bay, which has 85.

William Karlsson scored two goals and Reilly Smith had three assists to lead the Golden Knights to a 6 3 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Friday night.

Tomas Hyka, Jonathan Marchessault, Tomas Nosek and David Perron also scored for the Golden Knights.

Vegas Marc Andre Fleury, who is four wins shy of becoming the 13th goalie in NHL history to register 400 career wins, stopped 30 shots.

Vegas, which has won five of its past six games, improved to 16 2 1 against Pacific Division teams.

hate having seven game homestands to be honest with you because you going to have some ups and downs, Vegas coach Gerard Gallant said. tough to keep your guys focused all the time. But overall, to go 5 2 on this homestand, I thought we played for the most part good hockey. We scored a lot of goals. I thought our defensive game gotta get a little bit better. But we playing well, overall it been very good, I been very happy with it. which dropped to 3 7 1 in February, is 5 11 1 against intradivision foes.

The Canucks got goals from Sven Baertschi, Thomas Vanek and Daniel Sedin.

Anders Nilsson, who played in his 100th career game, had 19 saves for the Canucks before being replaced by Jacob Markstrom at the start of the third period. Markstrom made 8 stops for Vancouver.

definitely frustrating, I not happy with the loss, Vancouver coach Travis Green said. players gotta realize that against a quick team they not gonna have as much time and space if you turn the puck over a couple of times inside their blue line. opened the scoring when Hyka, playing in just his third NHL game, scored his first career goal 2:29 into the game.

kind of still getting used to (the NHL), everything is faster compared to the IHL, but I play with two really good guys and they make a lot of things there for me and I just really happy I can play with them, said the 24 year old Hyka, about his linemates Cody Eakin and Ryan Carpenter.

The Canucks then displayed a little bit of offensive prowess of their own, tying the game when Sam Gagner pass slipped under Vegas defenceman Luca Sbisa and Baertschi punched it home, then taking a 2 1 lead when Vanek tapped in a loose puck.

Vegas reclaimed the lead on a pair of Karlsson goals, late in the first period and 5:36 into the second. Karlsson two goals give him 33 for the season, third best in the NHL behind Washington Alex Ovechkin (36) and Pittsburgh Evgeni Malkin (34).

The Golden Knights extended their lead to 5 2 on Marchessault 22nd goal of the season, and Tomas Nosek seventh of the campaign.

Sedin, who notched his 16th goal of the season when he beat Fleury top shelf with a power play goal 4:28 into the third period, said the Canucks haven seen a team faster than the Golden Knights all season.

you a second too late, they gonna pass right by you and come the other way, said Sedin, who has seven points in his last seven games. guys can score, they got offensive skill up front and we knew it was going to be a back and forth game. We played good in the first and good in the third, but in the second it got away from of us. was credited with an empty net goal when the Canucks inadvertently sent the puck the length of the ice for the final margin. Along with his assist on Nosek goal, Perron tied his career high of 57 points.

Just prior to the game, the Golden Knights were in fact involved in a three team deal with Ottawa and Pittsburgh in which Vegas gave up American Hockey League prospect Tobias Lindberg. In turn, the Golden Knights will receive Penguins forward Ryan Reaves and a fourth round pick from the Canucks. The deal also sent Senators centre Derick Brassard to the Penguins, who sent defenceman Ian Cole, goalie prospect Filip Gustavsson and draft picks to the Senators.

While the trade deadline is Monday at Noon eastern, several of the Golden Knights said the team is too focused on their playoff push to worry about major moves affecting the roster.

definitely have good players all around our lineup we like our team, we like the chemistry here, Marchessault said before the game. can happen and you don necessarily expect it. A lot of things can happen and it out of your control, it part of the game. At the end of the day you gotta trust your organization. has now scored a power play goal in 14 of its last 16 games. The Golden Knights are 25 3 0 record when scoring the first goal of the game while their .893 win percentage when recording the opening mark leads the NHL. Baertschi now has seven points (3 goals, 4 assists) over the past seven games.
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MEDIA COURTHOUSE A 6 year old Nether Providence boy is dead, allegedly at the hands of his uncle, a fourth degree black belt in karate.

Paul M. Adams Jr. allegedly confessed to brutally beating of Tyreece Charlow with belts for 45 minutes late Thursday, telling investigators his only regret was that he drew blood.

“The abuse he did to this child is unforgivable,” Delaware County District Attorney Jack Whelan said, during an afternoon press conference at county detectives headquarters. Whelan added that Assistant Delaware County Medical Examiner Dr. Bennett Preston, a veteran forensic pathologist, called the boy’s injuries “the worst case of child abuse he’s ever seen.”

“We also believe this went beyond a belt beating, that this uncle used his hands and feet to kill this child,” he added.

Whelan said the autopsy showed some evidence of prior abuse.

He also noted that Delaware County Children and Youth Services had been involved with the boy at some point in the past, but it was unclear if that was when the child was living with his uncle.

Charlow’s only other known relatives are his mother and grandmother, neither of whom could be reached. It also was unclear why the boy was living with his mother’s brother, as no formal court order had been in place.

In his press conference announcing the charges, Whelan referred to Adams as Charlow’s custodian.

Adams, 38, is being held in Delaware County Prison without bail for first degree murder. Investigators said he told investigators he had held the child’s hands down during the vicious beating punishment for the boy’s failure to pick out an outfit for school the following day.

The brutal beating took place Thursday night in Adams’ home in the 200 block of Walnut Road in Wallingford, according to the affidavit of probable cause written by Nether Providence Detective Michael Erickson and County Detective Edward Kazlo.

During an interview at the hospital Friday morning, Adams, reprotedly still wearing clothing allegedly soaked with the Charlow’s blood, detailed little boy’s last hours, according to the court document. karate class.

Since there were no children Charlow’s age, he practiced alone.

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taking a shower, brushing his teeth and donning his pajamas. When he went downstairs to say his prayers, he and Adams reviewed their plans for the next day, including what clothes he would wear, the affidavit states.

Adams allegedly told investigators the child was uncooperative and “shut down,” refusing to respond to his attempts to reason with him. He gave the boy three minutes to “get things done,” the affidavit states.

Adams allegedly said he picked up a belt and struck the child several times. He then picked up a wider belt and re set the timer, and began striking the 6 year old with the larger belt, according to the affidavit.

“The defendant decided he wasn’t inflicting enough damage, so he went and got a wider belt,” Whelan said. Adams allegedly said he held the child’s hands together during the vicious beating which, by his account, lasted 45 minutes. He acknowledged that the little boy cried the entire time he was being “disciplined,” the affidavit states.

“His only regret was that he drew blood,” the district attorney said.

When he was finished the beating, police said Adams poured peroxide on the child’s wounds, then put him to bed naked.

When he checked on Charlow about 15 minutes later, he wasn’t moving and Adams concluded he was asleep. Several hours later, he checked on the child a second time. The little boy had “a brown liquid” coming from his mouth and was unresponsive, according to the affidavit. Adams picked the child up and drove him to the emergency room at Crozer Chester Medical Center.

Whelan said that counselors were being brought in to Nether Providence Elementary School to help the victim’s classmates cope with his death.

Adams was arraigned by Magisterial District Judge Stephanie Klein on charges of first and third degree murder, criminal homicide and possessing instruments of crime. He is tentatively scheduled to appear before Klein for a preliminary hearing on Nov. 19.

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After both teams struggled to get baskets early going, the Wildcats (2 0) put together a game breaking 15 2 run in the final five minutes of the first half to give them a 14 point lead at the half. (AP)After both teams struggled to get baskets early going, the Wildcats (2 0) put together a game breaking 15 2 run in the final five minutes of the first half to give them a 14 point lead at the half.The Kangaroos (1 2) struggled shooting for the entire night as they had multiple scoring droughts that would reach three or four minutes at a time. As a team, they shot below 30 percent (13 of 50) for the second time in three games this season. Isaiah Ross was the lone player to score in double figures for UMKC with 12 points on 4 of 11 shooting.BIG PICTURE: Kansas State moves to 2 0 on the season but struggled from the field, shooting 41 percent, which seemed to be contagious as UMKC struggled as well. We’re about a week away from Kansas State’s first tough test of the season when they play Arizona State in the Las Vegas Invitational on November 23.
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“I think I’ve been doing a pretty good job with it. I think for the most part, I’ve been putting balls where I want to. There’s obviously always a few you want back.”

When you can have receivers like WR Anquan Boldin and WR Michael Crabtree particularly fight for the ball like their life depends on it, how much does that mean to you? Do you feel like you could throw them open or anything you that could throw up there, you know there’s a good chance that they’re going to come down with it?

“Gives you a lot of confidence to put the ball in the air. You can give them chances that you wouldn’t normally give a receiver.”

When you were shooting your Beats By Dre commercial, did you think that the crowd was the Seattle crowd, the Seahawks crowd?

“I really wasn’t worried about that. I was worried about doing my part.”

There have been some hurt feelings apparently in Seattle about them being portrayed negatively. But was the point that the crowd was the Seahawks?

“It was supposed to be a hostile environment.”

Are you doing anything differently in your preparation for this game as opposed to other games?

You guys have to travel a long ways. You’re coming off an emotional win. Tampa’s 4 9. Do you have to guard against overlooking them, this being a trap game? Is that something you’ve talked about?

“Yeah, that’s something we’re aware of. We want to make sure we prepare this week like we do any other week.”

The way they’re playing recently, do they look different than a 4 9 team?

“Yeah, they’ve won four of their last five, if I’m not mistaken, and they’ve been playing a lot better. They’ve been playing to win.”

It seemed you missed a couple of passes you normally make in the last game. Looking back on the film, we’re you pleased with your feet mechanics, with your arm mechanics? Was there anything you saw that you normally do better?

“We won. That’s all that matters.”

I’ve noticed that you do this media session in a different spot each week. Is there a reason for it or you having fun or is there a design?

What’s with the offensive linemen over there this year? They’ve just fined us for crossing the line. Any perceptions of that group?

“They’re just here to handle business like everybody else.”

What kind of year is T Anthony Davis having at right tackle?

“Phenomenal. He’s been playing his butt off every time he steps on the field. He’s been doing everything right and making things easy on everyone else.”

Your coach came to your defense in some people getting critical that you weren’t as easy or forthright with the media and said, ‘What do you want him to do? I want him to win football games, not be television host Jay Leno or doing a comedy routine.’ What do you make of that?
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You might argue that Colin Kaepernick’s sit down protests during the 49ers’ last three preseason games lacked impact and foresight. You cannot, however, argue that the protests were un American. If you believe Kaepernick has no right to sit out the anthem because he thinks state endorsed oppression of black males has caused a crisis, then you align yourself with free speech haters Kim Jong Un and Robert Mugabe, fascists of the first order. This is not North Korea, and it is not Zimbabwe.

Kaepernick’s acts are the American spirit distilled.

How many of us would have the courage to risk half of our careers’ lifespan on what might ultimately be a quixotic quest? How many of us feel strongly enough to risk anything at all?

What he is doing and saying is the essence of freedom.

Granted, not every measure of activism or patriotism or freedom of expression is equal, or even parallel. But it’s all part of the same conversation, isn’t it? Is this not a nation composed of free men and women doing what they think is best to govern themselves; what they think is right; what they think is just?

This little essay probably won’t convince entrenched zealots, since zealots usually constitute the lunatic fringe, but it might make the saner among us step back and consider what’s actually happening.

We’ve witnessed a broad spectrum of entertainingly absurd reactions. Former NFL safety Rodney Harrison on Tuesday raised the irrelevant point about Kaepernick’s heritage; then he claimed he didn’t know that Kap is half black, as if whites aren’t allowed to protest for black causes.

Jay Gruden swore he would force his players to stand; a brutish declaration, demeaning and probably illegal, since all of his players’ actions and all disciplinary measures are collectively bargained. Then again, Gruden coaches a team with a racist nickname for an odious owner in, of all places, the nation’s capital. If you live in Bizarro World, then you say Bizarro things.

Kaepernick might one day regret that his protest took this form; hopefully not, because it is sincere. After decades of silent indifference from Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods and Derek Jeter, the species “Insulated Superstar” has realized that its voice matters more than the whim of a sponsor, or perhaps even the tolerance of an employer.

“If they take football away,
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if they take my endorsements from me, I (still) know what I stood up for is right,” Kaepernick said.

Drew Rosenhaus, a high profile agent for many players, told CNBC he expects current deals with Nike, MusclePharm and Beats by Dre to stand by Kap, as they should.

Don’t disregard the timing of the issue, either. It is the sort of story magnified by the sparseness of other relevant events; the dog days of baseball, the run up to football, the post Olympic hangover. When the NFL and NCAA football seasons begin in earnest and when the pennant races heat up, the silent protest of a backup quarterback on a bad team will fade like a supernova.

Or maybe not. Kaepernick could abandon this strategy and adapt a more rational approach; effect more tangible change with other, less controversial methods. Perhaps he could form a coalition of athletes who would seek dialogue with actual police officers, some of whom seem inured to the effect their overly brutal methods have on the people they have sworn to serve and protect.

It’s one thing for NBA and NFL stars to sit out the anthem and speak out at the ESPYs. It would be something much different for each of them to visit a precinct in the cities that raised them or the cities that pay them.

Kaepernick is a 28 year old, two sport phenom; a mixed race superstar born into poverty, given up for adoption and raised by a pleasant family. He became an excellent student with strong religious convictions that manifest themselves in skin ink; his post TD celebration involves him kissing the Bible verse tats on his biceps. That’s a pretty non linear background, one that makes for a uniquely complex individual.

He is, in fact, a splendid amalgam of a 21st century American, however deluded and flawed.

Of course, in this era of outsized outrage and ill informed blowhards, few bother to play by Kelly’s common sense rules. Kaepernick did not seek to disrespect the flag, or what it stands for, or those who fought to preserve this more perfect union. He sought to express his displeasure with the imperfection of the union.
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The NFL fined 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick $10,000 for wearing Beats by Dre headphones in a news conference after the 49ers beat the Kansas City Chiefs, Kaepernick said Thursday.

Bose, another company that makes headphones, is one of the NFL’s many sponsors. The league frowns upon players and coaches promoting a competing company’s product in high profile, official settings.

By comparison,
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the league fined Broncos tight end Julius Thomas only $8,268 for a chop block on Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell last Sunday. Campbell suffered a sprained knee ligament.

The 49ers play the St. Louis Rams on Monday night. Rams defensive end Chris Long fired off a Tweet when he learned of the aforementioned fines.

Long Tweeted: “8500 for Julius Thomas chop block! Accidental or not Kaepernick7 got hit for more wearing some headphones!!! Corporate!
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Last year, the NFL asked Kaepernick not to wear his headphones during a news conference in London. Kaepernick ignored the request. It’s unknown whether he got fined that time.

Kaepernick has helped Beats by Dre gain in popularity by appearing in their commercials. He routinely walks around with a pair of the company’s headphones hanging around his neck.

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Chavez Hall, 31, is serving life in prison. He was 15 when Battle Creek police and prosecutors alleged he was one of three people who attacked workers at the King’s Garden Health Spa at 575 E. Supreme Court ruled Monday that all juvenile offenders who have been sentenced to life without parole should be given the opportunity for parole.

The ruling, which overturns a Michigan Supreme Court decision in 2014, means that nearly 350Michigan inmatescharged and sentenced to life without parole for committing a murder before their 17th birthdaywill have a chance to argue for parole.

The decision could affect at least eight Calhoun County residents including:

Chavez Hall, who was 15 when Battle Creek police and prosecutors alleged he was one of three people who attacked workers at the King’s Garden Health Spa at 575 E. Michigan Ave., killing two women who worked there, attacking others and then setting the building on fire.

Hall was convicted of felony murder, arson and rape in the Jan. 27, 1999, attack. About six months after his 16th birthday, Hall was sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison. He is now 31.

Jason Symonds, 38, who was 16 when a jury decided that he raped and killed Nicole Van Noty on April 26, 1994.

John Loepke, 42; Thomas Krause II, 41; and Brad Warner,41; all convicted of murder in the April 1, 1991, death of Christa Ferree. They dumped her body in Oklahoma and were caught on the West Coast. Loepke and Krause were 17 and Warner was 16 at the time of the killing.

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who was 17 when he was accused in the Jan. 18, 2000, death of Candice Irwin in her home in Springfield. He was convicted of felony murder for his part in the shooting by Irwin’s former boyfriend, Quincy Johnson, 22 at the time.

Terrence Kelly, 39, was 16 when he was convicted of murder.

Charles Waters, 35, convicted in the 1997 shooting death of a motorist who was stopped at a rest stop on I 69 in Marshall Township. Supreme Court ruled in 2012 that sentencing a juvenile to life without the possibility of parole constituted cruel and unusual punishment and that offenders should at least get to argue their case. The court, however, did not say at the time whether their ruling should be retroactive and affect juveniles sentenced to life before their ruling.

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette argued that the ruling should not be retroactive and the Michigan Supreme Court agreed.

But in their ruling Monday, Justice Anthony Kennedy said,” Allowing those offenders to be considered for parole ensures that juveniles whose crimes reflected only transient immaturity and who have since matured will not be forced to serve a disproportionate sentence in violation of the Eighth Amendment.”

“Extending parole eligibility to juvenile offenders does not impose an onerous burden on the States, nor does it disturb the finality of state convictions,” Kennedy wrote. “Those prisoners who have shown an inability to reform will continue to serve life sentences. The opportunity for release will be afforded to those who demonstrate the truth of Miller’s central intuition that children who commit even heinous crimes are capable of change.”

But Justice Antonin Scalia, wrote in his dissenting opinion, that the majority’s opinion had only one intent.

“This whole exercise, this whole distortion of Miller, is just a devious way of eliminating life without parole for juvenile offenders,” he wrote. “And then, in Godfather fashion, the majority makes state legislatures an offer they can’t refuse: Avoid all the utterly impossible nonsense we have prescribed by simply permitting juvenile homicide offenders to be considered for parole.”

The ruling stems from the case of Henry Montgomery, who was convicted of killing a deputy sheriff in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1963.
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A Battle Creek man convicted of murder as a 16 year oldwas resentenced from life to at least 37 years in prison. Supreme Court that life without parole for juveniles is cruel and unusual punishment. A third man will be sentenced Jan. 26.

Kelly’s attorney, Sofia Nelson, argued for a minimum sentence of 25 years, which would have made him eligible for parole in 2021,but Calhoun County Circuit Court Judge Sarah Lincoln said Kelly’s prison history shows he is not ready for possible release.

Kelly was sentenced Jan. 30, 1995, to life without parole after a jury conviction for first degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony for the May 4, 1993, shooting death of Edward Wilkins, 18.

Wilkins was shot outside 176 Cherry St. during an argument the two teenagers had while playing a video game. Battle Creek police said Kelly, known as”Little T,” shot Wilkins three times in the back and legsand then fled before throwing a .22 caliber revolver in the Battle Creek River near Elm Street.

“He was my protector, my best friend and my idol,” said Tinya Wilkins, the sister of the victim. “He was fast and brave and strong and he had a heart of gold.

“I never thought my family would have to relive this nightmare again,” she told the judge.

Tinya Wilkins speaks to the judge about her dead brother. (Photo: Trace Christenson/The Enquirer)

She said her brother loved to sing, ride trick bikes and play video games.

“My brother’s death can not be undone therefore justice should not be undone.”

Assistant Prosecutor Chris Baldwin said Kelly was not an accomplice but the gunman in the homicide.

“He may have been a juvenile but he made a very adult decision to end someone else’s life. Sixteen was old enough to know what he was doing,” Baldwin said.

Baldwin said Kelly’s prison recordof 60 misconducts, which include an assault on another prisoner in July, shows “he is not ready in the near future to be released into society.”

When Kellyspoke, hefirst turned to the Wilkins family and apologized.

“I made a terrible decision and took the life of an innocent teenager. I take full responsibility,” he said. “I carry it with me each and every day.”

But he told the judge, “I am not the same scared, immature, selfish, irresponsibleand violent drug dealer I was back then. I still have work to do to be a better human being and I am taking it one step at a time.”

His attorney, Sofia Nelson, told the court her client came from a poor childhood, living in poverty and born to a 14 year old mother and witnessedviolence and was himself shot at age 15.

Terrence Kelly with his attorney, Sofia Nelson. (Photo: Trace Christenson/The Enquirer)

“There is noexcuse for what Mr. Kelly did but there are explanations,” Nelson said. She said Kelly declined a prosecution offer to plea to second degree murder in exchange for a minimum sentence of 20 years, or he likelywould have been paroled by now.

“He has not been perfect and is still on a journey of self reflection and growth and coming to terms with his childhood,” she said. “He has accepted full responsibility and come to terms with the gravity of what he did.”

Kelly told the judge, “I cannot repay for what I have taken but I will strive to build a life forme and my loved ones. And I imposed on myself an extra responsibility. I owe it to (Edward) and his family to live life for both of us. To live a life full of dignity and compassion and commitmentto help others.”
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