Well "Indian," I'm glad you believe in our concept of innocent until proven guilty. Maybe if you are ever accused of anything they will fry you "like a piece of bacon" and condemn you without a trial.
I am not defending this man, as he very well may be guilty. If so, then let him be justly punished, WHATEVER that punishment may be decided. But it is sad that someone like you can so quickly condemn a man to death over a simple news story that really does not show much more than suggestions by people that he might be guilty. There is no hard evidence covered in this article, nor even explicit testimony or accusations by the opposing side, only suggestions that he might be guilty.
Maybe you know more than the rest of us, but regardless, let the man have his trial by jury before we condemn him to death. Plenty of innocent people have been executed in our country, such as Sacco and Vanzetti who were later pardoned by the state of Massachusetts.
Let's use half a brain once in a while in this country and stop being so quick to judge others.