Eighteen-year-old Eduardo Marmolejo will spend 35 years in prison with no chance for parole for fatally stabbing principal Suzette York in 2011.

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Eduardo Marmolejo had been suspended three times from tax payer funded public school, so the Seventh-day Adventists decided to pick up the $10K a year tab and put him in their private Memphis Junior Academy perhaps hoping they could turn the ingrate POS Mexican around. Only, he was trouble there too. Marmolejo was the first and only 11th-grader at the school. That worked out well.