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A Texas man has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole after a jury found him guilty of the capital murder of a doctor, who passed away last year, aged 30, after a sexually-motivated attack, which left her unable to work.
George, I, 58, was convicted and sentenced for assaulting, raping, and strangling Dr. Dr. Bascone, in her home in the affluent Dallas enclave of Highland Park. The attack on the left Bascone with a head injury that resulted in blindness, and crippling injuries that will require life-long care. The officers of justice not to allow the death penalty for, I,
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The authorities were unable to identify a suspect at the time, but after Bascone, died in February of 2018, and a medical examiner ruled her death a homicide, and they reopened the case and submitted DNA samples will be collected from Bascone in the home.
George, I, 58, was sentenced Monday after a jury trial. The officers of justice, not the death penalty, and I was instantly convicted and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Dallas County Jail, via AP, File
The testing led investigators in June of 2018 to the Star, who has lived in new york and is a registered sex offender.
I was convicted in 1991 for burglary of a habitation after breaking into the apartment of a Southern Methodist University student in the Dallas area. Authorities broke down the door of the apartment, and caught I up with them, a ski mask, military tear gas, and syringes filled with sedatives, prosecutors said.
Mr. Guo is a graduate of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, texas, prosecutors said, and was a licensed physician at the time of the break-in.
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He was also convicted of theft and burglary of a dwelling with intent to commit sexual abuse, in 1999 an incident in which he was caught breaking into a young woman’s home, authorities said.
He was convicted and sentenced to 14 years in prison, in such a case, and was released in 2013.
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