Gallup: Prosecution Has Strong Case for Death Penalty for Garcia

Omaha defense attorney Bill Gallup outlined what will happen today as convicted quadruple murderer Anthony Garcia faces a three judge panel which will decide whether he should get the death penalty.  Gallup says it appears the prosecution has a strong case to support a death sentence.

 
Gary Sadlemyer and KFAB's Morning News

Gary Sadlemyer and KFAB's Morning News

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