On a complete tangent, reading this article is the first time I've noticed the ugly little details of the "felony murder law".
Under Florida law, individuals involved in a felony resulting in death can be charged with murder.
You'd think that means if you kill someone while committing a felony that you can be charged with murder. That seems somewhat reasonable, although I can think of cases where it would be excessive.
It turns out if you break into a house for a robbery and some other guy that came with you kills someone maybe somewhere else in the house and you didn't even know you can still be charged with murder.
Now, that seems pretty unfair but we find out in this story that they can go even beyond that. In this story a couple of kids break into a house and the homeowner shoots and kills one of them. They then applied this law to charge the other kid with murder!
That's pretty messed up.