If you are trying to get me to say whether he pulled the trigger, the answer is I don't know. Only his co-denfendants know, and they had powerful reasons to shift blame. One has recanted. Chief says he didn't pull the trigger. But, you know, he's guilty of felony murder whether he pulled the trigger or not. The question is whether his sentence was fair, and given that it's quite literally true that anyone who read the article above knows more about Chief than the jury did, I don't think calling his trial unfair is disagreeing with the jury. They did the best they could with what they had. Theresa Greybeal is dead and killing Chief won't bring her back. None of his co-defendants are even still in prison. The operative question is why California needs this man's blood? And whether a jury that knew him would vote to kill him?