The mother and a sister of murdered Iraq war soldier Adam Sheda challenged Luis Mark Hogan on Monday to honor the man he killed by doing something positive with his life after he is released from prison.
Hogan, 26, received a 12 1/2-year sentence Monday after pleading guilty in March to second-degree murder while committing a felony for fatally shooting Sheda, 26, of Cloquet on June 30 of last year.
Luis Mark Hogan admitted in St. Louis County District Court this morning that he had other options on June 30 when he fought in his backyard with Iraq war soldier Adam Sheda, but instead he put the soldier’s Derringer-style pistol under Sheda’s chin and fired.
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