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Alaska man gets 4 life terms in Coast Guard deaths

ANCHORAGE (AP) - An Alaska man was sentenced Tuesday to four consecutive life terms in the 2012 shooting deaths of two co-workers at a Coast Guard communications station that mystified an island community for nearly a year before an arrest was made.

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Prosecutors to open Coast Guard shooting trial

...possession of a firearm in a crime of violence. If he is convicted, prosecutors will not seek the death penalty.U.S. Attorney for Alaska Karen Loeffler said in her opening statement that no other person had the means of escaping detection from security...

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Jury convicts Alaska man in Coast Guard killings

...the death penalty if Wells was convicted. He faces life in prison, and his sentencing was set for July 8.U.S. Attorney for Alaska Karen Loeffler said justice prevailed after an arduous, circumstantial case. Asked if the quickness of the...

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Burgess nominated as permanent U.S. attorney for Alaska

ANCHORAGE (AP) -- The acting U.S. attorney for Alaska, Tim Burgess, will be nominated for the permanent position by President George W. Bush, according to a press release issued by the White House.

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