Families express their continuing grief as the jury recommends death penalty for Frazier Cross
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WDAF: After less than two hours of deliberations, the jury decided on Tuesday that Frazier Glenn Cross should receive the death penalty.

via WDAF:

OLATHE, Kan. -- (WDAF) -- After less than two hours of deliberations, the jury decided on Tuesday that Frazier Glenn Cross should receive the death penalty.

Last week the jury convicted Frazier Glenn Cross of killing three people at two Jewish centers in Overland Park in April of 2014. William Corporon, 69, and his grandson, Reat Underwood, 14, died outside the Jewish Community Center in Overland Park. Terri LaManno, 53, died when she was shot outside the Village Shalom retirement home.

"I believe the criminal justice system worked effectively, and the people from the state of Kansas have spoken loud and clear," said William LaManno, Terri's husband.

Corporon family members also thanked the jury.

FULL STORY: Families express their continuing grief as the jury recommends death penalty for Frazier Cross - WDAF

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