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    A Tarrant County District Court Judge sentenced Ricci Bradden to 75 years in prison for the May 2016 slaying of Anthony "T.J." Antell at a Walgreens store in Arlington. Following the sentencing hearing on Thursday, Anthony's wife, Crystal Antell, spoke to the media.