Serial Killer Law Cited in LA Murders of Black Men

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A 2009 Louisiana law making it easier to subject serial killers to the death penalty could have a profound impact on Kenneth James Gleason, the Baton Rouge man who was booked Tuesday on first-degree murder counts in a pair of fatal shootings last week, reports The Advocate. East Baton Rouge Parish prosecutors sought the change to the first-degree murder statute after reputed . . .

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