The Omaha World Herald published an editorial regarding the Nikko Jenkins case:
Four Omahans whose lives were tragically cut short by Nikko Jenkins.
Hopefully, their families received a measure of closure this week after the diligent work of law enforcement officers, prosecutors and a judge.
In court, officials worked to keep Jenkins from making a mockery of his quadruple-murder trial as the killer oddly defended himself.
…He did violence to those families not only on the streets but also in court, where he laughed as prosecutors detailed his wicked deeds.
…That this now-convicted killer got more consideration in court than he ever gave says a great deal about the fairness, patience, persistence and professionalism of our criminal justice system.
Despite his antics, justice was served.
Read more here.