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Tony Wilhite (left) and his wife, Betsy, stand with son Jon Wilhite, 24, at news conference after a jury convicted a drunken driver of murder in the deaths of a promising baseball rookie, Los Angeles Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart, and two of his friends. Jon Wilhite was in the same car and was severely injured when the impact separated his spine from his skull. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)
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Tony Wilhite (left) and his wife, Betsy, stand with son Jon Wilhite, 24, at news conference after a jury convicted a drunken driver of murder in the deaths of a promising baseball rookie, Los Angeles Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart, and two of his friends. Jon Wilhite was in the same car and was severely injured when the impact separated his spine from his skull. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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