Ex-Soldier Convicted Twice of Eastburn Triple Murder Appeals Again

He was convicted, then acquitted, then convicted again in a triple murder case that dates back to 1985. Now, for the second time in his life, a Washington state man is fighting to get off death row. Timothy Hennis, then a sergeant in the U.S. Army, was convicted in 1986 of the murders of Kathryn "Katie" Eastburn and her two daughters, Kara, 5, and Erin, 3. The three were killed in their home in May 1985, on the outskirts of Fayetteville, N.C. near Fort Bragg. Air Force Capt. Gary Eastburn,...Full Story
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