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January 8, 1997 | Associated Press
Henry Louis Wallace was convicted Tuesday of the rapes and serial killings of nine women, including friends and co-workers at a fast-food restaurant. Wallace, 31, was convicted of 27 felonies in all, including nine counts of first-degree murder, and prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. He also was convicted of one misdemeanor. Wallace showed little emotion while the verdicts were read, sitting quietly and looking at papers, and then putting a hand on his forehead.
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January 8, 1997 | Associated Press
Henry Louis Wallace was convicted Tuesday of the rapes and serial killings of nine women, including friends and co-workers at a fast-food restaurant. Wallace, 31, was convicted of 27 felonies in all, including nine counts of first-degree murder, and prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. He also was convicted of one misdemeanor. Wallace showed little emotion while the verdicts were read, sitting quietly and looking at papers, and then putting a hand on his forehead.
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April 13, 1988 | Associated Press
A 22-year-old former Army cook was sentenced to death Tuesday by a court-martial panel for raping and murdering two women. Ronald A. Gray already had been sentenced to eight life terms in a separate civilian case after he confessed to raping and killing the two women. The court-martial panel returned its unanimous verdict after about two hours of deliberations.
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April 13, 1988 | Associated Press
A 22-year-old former Army cook was sentenced to death Tuesday by a court-martial panel for raping and murdering two women. Ronald A. Gray already had been sentenced to eight life terms in a separate civilian case after he confessed to raping and killing the two women. The court-martial panel returned its unanimous verdict after about two hours of deliberations.
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