Death Penalty Out for TX Man After Race Charges

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Duane Buck, whose death sentence in a 1995 double slaying was appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court after allegations of racist testimony from an expert witness, had his sentence reduced to life in prison Tuesday after reaching a plea agreement with prosecutors, the Texas Tribune reports. Buck, 54, was sentenced to death after killing his ex-girlfriend and her friend . . .

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