The teenager who led the robbery that left his partner dead, and a pharmacist in prison for life for killing him, has been set free after less than 4 years in custody. Twisted justice I called it. Here's what you had to say.

Alexis first: "I'm pretty sure if it was a black man who shot a little white kid you would feel that he should rot in jail."

Michael says about the jurors: "I also hope that someday they get the pleasure of looking down the wrong end of a gun barrel. I have been there."

From Connie: "This man was in his place of business when these hoods barged in and threatened him and his staff. One moment of panic changed his life for the worst."

Allen from Blanchard: "When will the justice system get this case right? He was protecting his business from robbers with guns, enough said."

Renee in Hennessey: "It's all about law, not justice anymore in America. Whatever happened to what's right and wrong...?"

Gastapo writes: "A stupid teenager and a murderer adult, Ersland got what he deserves. Justice has been served."

Finally, Richard says this about the young robber: "It sounds to me like he's taking no responsibility, and has no remorse for any of his actions. I'm afraid Jevontai Ingram has no idea how lightly he got off."

I'm Kelly Ogle and that's YOUR 2 Cents.