CHARDON -- T.J. Lane made clear from the outset of his sentencing hearing that he had little remorse for his crimes.

Lane entered the courtroom wearing a blue button-down shirt. After taking a seat at the defendant's table, he unbuttoned and removed the shirt to reveal a white T-shirt underneath with the word 'killer' scrawled across it in marker.

When given the opportunity to address the court before being given his sentence, Lane flipped the middle finger and used profane language toward those in the courtroom including the victims' families.

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The prosecutor noted at the end of the hearing for the court record that the T-shirt was similar to the one Lane wore the day of the shootings.

Judge David Fuhry sentenced Lane to three consecutive sentences of life in prison without parole.


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