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Jurors Hear From Convicted Killer's Family

Post  Jennie on Wed Jun 25, 2008 11:58 am

The softer side of a convicted killer was detailed for a Bexar County jury during the punishment phase of his trail Monday afternoon.

The sister of Jonathan Depue, convicted Friday in the death of 57-year-old Alita Rose, said her brother were verbally abused by their father, but that her brother tried to stay lighthearted with his siblings.

"If he decided to play video games, that's what we used to do all the time," Margarita Depue said. "Just like a kid, that's all we did is be like kids."

Depue is facing the death penalty as a maximum punishment for his role in the September 2006 shooting death of Rose.

Jurors heard another side of Depue, including his criminal past, earlier Monday. Closing arguments for the punishment phase are set for Tuesday.

(source:KSAT News)

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