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March 14, 1994 | Associated Press
A man police say strangled neighbors and women he worked with during a killing spree that lasted nearly two years was charged Sunday with 10 counts of murder. Henry Louis Wallace, 28, was arrested Feb. 4 after a theft at a shopping mall but was released. He was arrested again Saturday, and police said four of the 10 murders were reported between his release and Saturday's arrest. Police said Wallace was a drifter who settled in Charlotte three years ago.
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January 30, 1997 | Associated Press
Serial killer Henry Louis Wallace was given nine death sentences Wednesday and then broke the silence he had maintained during his trial by apologizing for the crimes. "None of these women, none of your daughters, mothers, sisters or family members in any way deserved what they got. They did nothing to me that warranted their death," he said as relatives of his victims sobbed. Wiping tears, Wallace sat down as a victim's cousin shouted: "Why did you kill them?"
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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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January 30, 1997 | Associated Press
Serial killer Henry Louis Wallace was given nine death sentences Wednesday and then broke the silence he had maintained during his trial by apologizing for the crimes. "None of these women, none of your daughters, mothers, sisters or family members in any way deserved what they got. They did nothing to me that warranted their death," he said as relatives of his victims sobbed. Wiping tears, Wallace sat down as a victim's cousin shouted: "Why did you kill them?"
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March 14, 1994 | Associated Press
A man police say strangled neighbors and women he worked with during a killing spree that lasted nearly two years was charged Sunday with 10 counts of murder. Henry Louis Wallace, 28, was arrested Feb. 4 after a theft at a shopping mall but was released. He was arrested again Saturday, and police said four of the 10 murders were reported between his release and Saturday's arrest. Police said Wallace was a drifter who settled in Charlotte three years ago.
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