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Guilty verdict

Chad Thompson could spend the rest of his life in jail after he was convicted Thursday for the brutal murder of his cousin, who was beaten to death with a hammer before his body was dumped in the Collins River.
Thompson, 34, was found guilty on charges of first-degree murder and facilitation of aggravated robbery for the November 2011 killing of his cousin, Tracy Martin, 38. The conviction brings an automatic sentence of life in prison, a sentence which will officially be imposed at 1 p.m., April 10 by Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley.
In the meantime, Thompson will ...


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