The family of a former Fort Bragg soldier convicted of killing a Fayetteville woman and two small children in 1985 on Monday begged a military jury not to sentence him to death for the crimes.
The panel of 14 Army officers and enlisted personnel last week found Master Sgt. Timothy Hennis guilty of three counts of premeditated murder and is considering his sentence.
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Army Times reports:
Defense attorneys have rested their case in the sentencing of a soldier convicted of murder in the slayings of a North Carolina mother and two of her daughters.