Paul Hill got a heavy sentence today -- even before the justice system deals withhis acts of murder. Today, U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson punished the antiabortion protester by giving him two life sentences in prison -- the maximum allowed by law for violating a new federal clinic-protection law. Next week, a judge will decide whether Hill should get the electric chair in connection with the July slayings in Tampa of Dr. John Bayard Britton and his volunteer bodyguard, retired Air Force Lt. Col. James Barrett. Hill today would not express remorse for his actions. "I was trying to prevent Dr. Britton from killing the 30 people he was going to kill that day," Hill told Vinson. But Vinson reminded him "God does not look with favor on the taking of any human life." The life-without-parole sentences Hill received today will run concurrently. Pro-choice activists praised the judge's decision.Post your opinion on theCrimebulletin board.