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18 years for triple murder, robbery accomplice

A man who pleaded guilty to robbery charges following the triple murder at the Seward Market in Minneapolis is going to prison for 18 years. A judge delivered the sentence Wednesday.
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A man who pleaded guilty to robbery charges following the triple murder at the Seward Market in Minneapolis is going to prison for 18 years. A judge delivered the sentence Wednesday.

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