"Cutts, 30, was convicted of aggravated murder in the death of the nearly full-term female fetus, which carries the possible death penalty. The jury found him not guilty of aggravated murder in Davis' death, a count that includes intent to kill with prior calculation. But they convicted him of a lesser charge of murder in her death."
Yep, that's right. The dude got a tougher ruling on the death of the fetus than the woman. One surmises that this is because prosecutors claimed Cutts' intent when assaulting Davis was to destroy the fetus, thus negating his child support responsibility and making the death of his girlfriend an unfortunate side effect. Apparently the death of a full-term fetus carries a higher price tag then the death of a full-term woman. -Andy Wright