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Attorneys for a 24-year-old man accused of stabbing five people to death in a Denver bar say Colorado laws are too broad and fail to limit who is eligible for the death penalty.
DENVER (AP) — Two brothers are headed to prison for their role in the killings of five people at a Denver bar that authorities say was then set on fire in an attempted cover-up.
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller could be called as a witness in the death penalty case against a man accused of stabbing five people to death in a Denver bar in October.