Minnesotan Could Face Federal Death Penalty

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http://www.startribune.com/stories/465/3870868.html There hasn't been an execution in Minnesota since 1906, but Richard A. Oslund could be in jeopardy in a federal case in the state, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Oslund has been indicted in the 1998 killing of an armored car guard outside a Target store. Oslund has spent much of the past decade in state prisons. The current charge is federal meaning that Minnesota could be the scene of a capital punishment case. Jerry Strauss, Oslund's attorney . . .

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