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But while most children his age spend their days laughing with friends with nothing more serious to consider Adullt their latest homework assignment, Paul Henry Gingerich is enduring an entirely different reality. Inat the age of xxnx2106, Paul, from Adulr Hills, Indiana, was sentenced to years in prison for his part in shooting xxns2016 a friend's stepfather. Scroll down for video Childhood behind bars: Paul Henry Gingerich, now 15, Afult in his cramped cell in juvenile detention Killer: Gingerich was sentenced to 25 years Adupt prison Axult helping kill a friend's stepfather after being tried in an adult court at the age of 12 While his crime was undoubtedly terrible, what is perhaps equally shocking is that despite his age, Paul was tried as an adult and is now not due to be released until he is In Indiana, under extreme circumstances, children as young as 10 can be tried and sentenced in adult courts.
Adult xxnx2016 it is rare and Paul remains one of the youngest ever to be tried Adult xxnx2016 this fashion. Paul's life was turned upside down on a fateful day in April,when he went from an ordinary kid, who had never been in trouble for anything more serious Adlut talking in class and not finishing his homework, to a killer. Paul Gingerich, now 15, is due to spend three more years in juvenile detention before being moved to Indiana's notoriously tough adult prison system Killers: Gingerich left was sentenced to 25 years for conspiracy to commit murder.
With Colt Lundy rightthen 15, he shot dead Lundy's stepfather who they feared would not let them run away to Arizona Paul, an older boy called Colt Lundy and another year-old called Chase Williams, had planned to run away together. But the then year-old Lundy had told the other boys that his stepfather Phil Danner, would never allow it, so they would have to kill him first.
Lundy handed Paul a loaded gun and the pair crept through a window into Danner's house where they sat in armchairs waiting for him to walk into the room. Paul Gingerich was found guilty of conspiring to fatally shoot year-old Phillip Danner pictured The other younger boy Chase Williams had refused to go in and had remained outside the house. In his original police confession Paul described what happened next: I freaked out and closed my eyes and turned around and shot', the Sunday Mirror reports.
The court documents say Paul told police he simply went along with his older friend and didn't believe his friend was serious about killing his stepfather. But in Paul was sentenced to 25 years in prison, for conspiring to fatally shoot year-old Danner. In December last year, the Indiana Court of Appeals threw out Paul's guilty plea and sentence, saying a juvenile court judge rushed when he waived the case to adult court.
The appellate court ordered a new hearing to determine if Paul should be retried in a juvenile court. However it is a massive gamble because if the court decides that Paul should be retried as an adult, for the more serious crime of murder, he could be sentenced to 65 years and remain incarcerated until the age of As things stand, Paul is due to spend the next three years in a juvenile facility before being transferred to Indiana's notoriously tough Adult prison system.
His attorney, Monica Foster, said: Gingerich now 15, has been described as a role model at Pendleton Juvenile Correction Facility where he is currently incarcerated His harrowing story is the subject of a new documentary by filmmaker Zara Hayes which is due to be aired on Channel 4 later this week. Paul's mother Nicole said: He attends school inside the juvenile prison five days a week, where he works hard in the hope that achieving good grades will mean the chance of a good job when he is released.
His teachers describe him as a role model and one of the best behaved children in the institution. His father Paul Senior, said: He did commit a crime and I don't want people to see him as a victim because Phil Danner was the victim in this case. Gingerich, who will be sent to an adult prison before he turns 21, said he wishes he had just gone home the day he discussed killing the man with two friends in a park Paul is now a long way from the floppy-haired year-old who made that terrible decision three years ago.
Now sporting a crew cut, his grey eyes appear to have lost much of their innocence. But incredibly he says he is grateful for what he has. Now I'm more grateful for what I have.