28, Millan had more-or-less walked the line. He didnt finish high school, but only dropped out to work fulltime to help his mother with the family bills, Abrahamson said. He didnt have a lengthy criminal record, she added. Waterman agreed, to an extent. We cant contest that his life was lived in a good way until Dec. 28., she said. However, she went on to say that justice is considering the action, not the life that preceded it. Justice must be done in this heinous act, she said.