You read the first two pages of this opinion, which describe the basic facts of the case, and (if you're like me) you think to yourself: "Good. Couldn't be happier the guy is in prison, without the possibility of parole, for the rest of his life. Can't think of a more purely evil person."
Then you read the next half-dozen pages. Which describe the circumstances in more detail.
And what was depressing at first becomes even more so.