Daughter of DUI Victim: 'My Father Got a Death Sentence'

Vincent Canzani's daughter asks that Matthew Cordle not receive leniency for his confession.
1:26 | 10/23/13

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There's concern was my father. He had two dollars. -- -- changed. My father was OK impact. On everyone -- -- contest their -- and -- was a talented photographer -- artist. And enjoyed working out and being with people he cared about. My sister -- and I. We'll never see her father's face again. Our children. Who never -- their grandfather again. We would never hear his warnings. -- how can. You remember. The tourists who were calling for reform dad and grandpa. I have heard time and time in about a message. But the message I am not dissent is if you -- kill someone told you have to do. Isn't this a little later -- get leniency. I don't think -- does raise awareness after he does this time. You -- it sincerely thank going to school six that are not publicly. My thought -- and -- and a half years. -- -- -- After eight happy years -- court will still have his whole life. -- -- -- -- -- -- You.

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