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Life sentences handed down in 2007 St. Paul triple murder

The men were convicted of breaking into a couple's home and killing both adults and the woman's 15-year-old daughter in front of two younger children. The judge told them: "You only get one life ... and you will be spending the rest of yours in jail."
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The men were convicted of breaking into a couple's home and killing both adults and the woman's 15-year-old daughter in front of two younger children. The judge told them: "You only get one life ... and you will be spending the rest of yours in jail."

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