Thursday, October 29, 2009
Nicholas Showers-Glover Found Guilty Of Murder, Chimps Out In Anchorage Courtroom
On October 29th, 2009, Nicholas Showers-Glover got the smirk wiped off his face when was found guilty of first-degree murder, second-degree murder, attempted murder, first-degree assault and third-degree assault in the March 2nd, 2007 shooting of 22-year-old Kori Johnson and 18-year-old Jennifer Olson. Olson subsequently died of her wounds. Media stories from KTUU Channel 2, KTVA Channel 11, and the Anchorage Daily News. You can review all previous posts HERE, beginning with the most recent post.
Upon hearing the verdict, many of Glover's family members broke down and cried; one was particularly inconsolable. Glover himself immediately chimped out, bolted to his feet, and slammed the tabletop. He was promptly swarmed and handcuffed by court officers. The family members were removed from the courtroom.
Jennifer Olson's mother held her daughter's graduation photo -- taken just weeks before her death -- up to his face. Glover, whose Alaska Court System record can be viewed HERE, is scheduled to be sentenced on February 12th, 2010.