Richard Roper Quoted on Fox News on Dallas Postal Worker’s Murder Suspect

“Suspect arrested for Dallas postal worker’s murder”

The man arrested in the fatal shooting of a postal worker driving on an interstate near downtown Dallas was acting out of road rage, new documents state.

Donnie Ferrell, 25, was arrested Wednesday night after a standoff in Hutchins. He’s charged with murder for the shooting death of U.S. Postal Service employee Tony Mosby, who was shot early Monday on Interstate 30 just before the Margaret McDermott Bridge near downtown. When police arrived, they found Mosby dead inside the cab of his postal truck that had crashed into a guardrail.

…Former U.S. Attorney for North Texas Richard Roper said Ferrell now faces a grim future. If convicted, he could face the most serious charges there are.

“It couldn’t be anything more serious than murder of a federal employee,” Roper said. “The possible punishment, if he were to be found guilty, could include life without parole and even possibly the death penalty.”