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Monday, August 31, 2009

MO convict now facing death-penalty case in Texas

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Levi A. King pleaded guilty to murdering Orlie McCool, 70, and his 47-year-old daughter-in-law, Dawn McCool in Pineville, Mo., back in 2005. He got life in prison for that crime, but now he's being tried for killing a family in Texas, just hours after the McCools were murdered. Texas is pursuing the death penalty, and if King loses his case, the Texas death sentence will take precedence.

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