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Bowling Green jury rules Phillip Brown guilty, story says

Links to two stories give details on second trial of Phillip Brown, who was convicted a second time of the murder of Sherry Bland, jury has urged death penalty
A story in today's Sunday Courier-Journal reports that Phillip Brown, Columbia, KY, was given a guilty verdict and a recommendation for the January 2001 death penalty in his second trial for the murder of Sherry Bland.

The story is on page B5 of the Sunday, May 14, 2005 print copy of the Courier-Journal, on sale this morning at several locations in Columbia, KY.

The story is also carried in the Courier-Journal online, at Columbia man gets death penalty for 2001 murder

At his 2003 trial in Adair Circuit Court, Brown was sentenced to life in prison and would not have been eligible for parole for 25 years.

Another story on the trial is at, by Gene Birk. For it, Click Here. This story contains only pre-verdict information.

This story was posted on 2006-05-14 07:23:49
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