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Topic - Thomas E. Franklin
A jury that convicted an Auburn man of capital murder must now recommend whether he should die or spend rest of his life in prison for firing into a family van at a community college campus, killing his mother-in-law and wounding his estranged wife.
A woman testified Monday at her ex-husband's capital murder trial that he pulled alongside a family van at a community college and started shooting, killing her mother and leaving herself and two others injured.
Jury selection is underway in the trial of a man charged in a deadly shooting at an east Alabama community college.