By Douglas Holtz-Eakin
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Five men convicted of a series of retaliatory shootings in March 2010 that killed five and injured another nine people in Southeast Washington were handed lengthy prison terms Tuesday, with three of the men sentenced to life in prison with no opportunity for release.
The last hour of Philip Bushong's life is captured in black and white images by a store's surveillance camera, from his warm embrace of friends to falling face-first to the pavement with a hole in his heart.
The trial is set to begin Tuesday morning for five men accused in a series of violent attacks in D.C. that culminated in the so-called South Capitol Street massacre that left three dead and six others injured.
In deciding the sentences, Judge Beck said she reviewed each man’s criminal history as well as the role each played in the three separate shootings.
The night of the shooting she chose to see Mr. Attaway, who she was initially told wasn’t expected to survive through the night.