The four were convicted of killings that occurred during robberies, a drug rage and a drug deal gone bad.
The four were convicted of killings that occurred during robberies, a drug rage and a drug deal gone bad. Star-Telegram archives
The four were convicted of killings that occurred during robberies, a drug rage and a drug deal gone bad. Star-Telegram archives

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