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A family member of a pregnant woman who was stoned to death by her own family wails over her dead body in an ambulance at a local hospital in Lahore, Pakistan, Tuesday, May 27, 2014. Nearly 20 members of the woman's family, including her father and brothers, attacked her and her husband with batons and bricks in broad daylight before a crowd of onlookers in front of the high court of Lahore, police investigator Rana Mujahid said. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary)

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Kristina Hill, neighbor of murder victim Jennifer Martel, wipes tears during a hearing for Jared Remy, son of Boston Red Sox baseball broadcaster Jerry Remy, in Middlesex Superior Court Tuesday, May 27, 2014, in Woburn, Mass. Remy pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and other charges for stabbing his girlfriend Jennifer Martel to death in August 2013, and was immediately given the mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole. (AP Photo/Joanne Rathe, The Boston Globe, Pool)

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Jared Remy, son of Boston Red Sox baseball broadcaster Jerry Remy, walks into Middlesex Superior Court during a hearing Tuesday, May 27, 2014, in Woburn, Mass. Remy, 35, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and other charges for stabbing his girlfriend Jennifer Martel to death in August 2013, and was immediately given the mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole. (AP Photo/The Boston Globe, Joanne Rathe, Pool)

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Jared Remy, son of Boston Red Sox baseball broadcaster Jerry Remy, walks into Middlesex Superior Court during a hearing Tuesday, May 27, 2014, in Woburn, Mass. Remy, 35, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and other charges for stabbing his girlfriend Jennifer Martel to death in August 2013, and was immediately given the mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole. (AP Photo/The Boston Globe, Joanne Rathe, Pool)

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Jared Remy, son of Boston Red Sox baseball broadcaster Jerry Remy, stands for sentencing in Middlesex Superior Court Tuesday, May 27, 2014, in Woburn, Mass. Remy, 35, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and other charges for stabbing his girlfriend Jennifer Martel to death in August 2013, and was immediately given the mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole. (AP Photo/The Boston Globe, Joanne Rathe, Pool)

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Jared Remy, son of Boston Red Sox baseball broadcaster Jerry Remy, sits in Middlesex Superior Court during a hearing Tuesday, May 27, 2014, in Woburn, Mass. Remy, 35, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and other charges for stabbing his girlfriend Jennifer Martel to death in August 2013, and was immediately given the mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole. (AP Photo/The Boston Globe, Joanne Rathe, Pool)

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Patty Martel, mother of murder victim Jennifer Martel, wipes tears during a hearing for Jared Remy, son of Boston Red Sox baseball broadcaster Jerry Remy, in Middlesex Superior Court Tuesday, May 27, 2014, in Woburn, Mass. Remy pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and other charges for stabbing his girlfriend Jennifer Martel to death in August 2013, and was immediately given the mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole. (AP Photo/Joanne Rathe, The Boston Globe, Pool)

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Jared Remy, son of Boston Red Sox baseball broadcaster Jerry Remy, walks past his defense attorney Edward Ryan, left, Middlesex Superior Court during a hearing Tuesday, May 27, 2014, in Woburn, Mass. Remy, 35, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and other charges for stabbing his girlfriend Jennifer Martel to death in August 2013, and was immediately given the mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole. (AP Photo/The Boston Globe, Joanne Rathe, Pool)

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Jared Remy, son of Boston Red Sox baseball broadcaster Jerry Remy, sits in Middlesex Superior Court during a hearing Tuesday, May 27, 2014, in Woburn, Mass. Remy, 35, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and other charges for stabbing his girlfriend Jennifer Martel to death in August 2013, and was immediately given the mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole. (AP Photo/The Boston Globe, Joanne Rathe, Pool)

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A family member of a pregnant woman who was stoned to death by her own family wails over her dead body in an ambulance at a local hospital in Lahore, Pakistan, Tuesday, May 27, 2014. Nearly 20 members of the woman's family, including her father and brothers, attacked her and her husband with batons and bricks in broad daylight before a crowd of onlookers in front of the high court of Lahore, police investigator Rana Mujahid said. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary)

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Hector Xavier Monsegur arrives at court in New York for a sentencing hearing Tuesday, May 27, 2014. Monsegur, a prolific computer hacker who infiltrated the servers of major corporations, later switched sides to helped the U.S. government disrupt hundreds of cyberattacks on Congress, NASA and other sensitive targets, according to federal prosecutors. After his arrest and guilty plea in 2011, he faced more than two decades behind bars. But because of his cooperation, the sentence could be two years or less. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

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FILE - This April 13, 2011 file photo shows Rodney Berget, who was convicted and sentenced to death in 2011 for the killing a Sioux Falls prison guard, in Sioux Falls, S.D. The South Dakota Supreme Court justices are scheduled to hear arguments again Tuesday, May 27, 2014 on a second appeal in Berget's case. Berget was serving two life sentences for attempted murder and rape. (AP Photo/The Argus Leader, Elisha Page, File) NO SALES

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This undated photo made available by the Florida Department of Corrections shows inmate Freddie Lee Hall. Hall. The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that states must look beyond an intelligence test score in borderline cases of mental disability to determine whether a death row inmate is eligible to be executed. The justices said in a 5-4 decision that Florida and a handful of other states cannot rely solely on an IQ score above 70 to bar an inmate from claiming mental disability. Justice Anthony Kennedy said for the court that IQ tests have a margin of error, and those inmates whose scores fall within the margin must be allowed to present other evidence of mental disability. (AP Photo/Florida Department of Corrections, HO)