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Posted: Tuesday, August 23, 2011 7:45 pm

An attorney for accused double murderer Tyler Michael Miller argued that Montana’s death penalty statutes are unconstitutional Tuesday during a brief hearing in Flathead District Court.

Miller, formerly known as Cheetham, was arrested on Christmas Day 2010 hours after allegedly gunning down his ex-girlfriend Jaimi Hurlbert and her 15-year-old daughter, Alyssa Burkett.

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          Welcome to the discussion.

          5 comments:

          • james posted at 6:00 pm on Sun, Aug 28, 2011.

            james Posts: 516

            as long as his attorney is in the tax payers pocket anything goes and can be pursued

             
          • OH WILBER posted at 6:21 am on Sat, Aug 27, 2011.

            OH WILBER Posts: 275

            There was a time in the Flathead when the first paved roads were built with prison labor chain gangs and it wasn't called slavery. It would be more reasonable than having them work at a call center for Bank of America such as the case for local accused double murderer Tyler Cheetham Miller the last time he was released to the public.

             
          • OH WILBER posted at 6:18 am on Sat, Aug 27, 2011.

            OH WILBER Posts: 275

            Good morning America how are ya?
            Accused local double murderer Tyler Michael Miller was an extremely effectve and corporately viable salesperson when he worked as a call center agent for credit card services for Bank of America at Teletech in Kalispell. One of the conditions for that job was to make attempts to offer other product sales such as Credit Protection, overdraft protection to checking accounts with credit cards, mortgage sales, Privacy Assistance, and other packages and was the top person for making sales. A very mentally challenging job it is to make sales pitches to those who have waited for 20 minutes to speak with an agent and then become high pressured into something they never wanted or needed. When I had to listen in on one of his calls to hear his sales technique, I was shocked that Tyler would never give up when his customers said no. For instance, an elderly woman customer was so pestered by Tyler after saying no to his pitch a half dozen times and finally gave in to get off the phone with him. His supervisor who was fired and rehired used to give Tyler the "high five" and loudly say "vicious" after one of his sales and the rest of us employees were all supposed to clap loudly and cheer, while some customers who heard the applause were wondering if the cheers and clapping were in regards to their credit card rates defaulting to the highest rates, or because their mortgage had just gone into foreclosure.
            For your listening pleasure listen to a Ron Paul supporter:
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfxoM6trtZE&feature=related

             
          • photoguy posted at 7:12 pm on Wed, Aug 24, 2011.

            photoguy Posts: 940

            So is Murder..

             
          • tileman1814 posted at 7:58 am on Wed, Aug 24, 2011.

            tileman1814 Posts: 100

            If Mr Sheehy thinks the death penalty is so unconstitutional,he should ask the people of Montana and see what they say.Miller is a scumbag that is trying to get off using drugs as an excuse to commit murder.

             

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