After hearing the outpouring of anger, tears and sadness from those whose lives were destroyed by two murdersand regret from whoever is in charge, Oakland County Circuit Court Judge Cheryl Matthews on Tuesday had few words to express herself.

“The best word for today is agony,” Matthews said Nov. 22 after statements from family and friends of South Lyon father and son Kevin and Dylan Stamper and the man who killed them, Fadi Zane.

“The whole situation is a waste.”

She added that Zane caused irreparable pain and hardened her heart with his actions.

Matthews then sentenced Zane, who pleaded guilty last month to two counts of second-degree murder in the death of the Stampers, up to 30-50 years of imprisonment.

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