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Keep the victims in mind

Sarah Stephens

Sarah Stephens

This past week found me in Chilton County, covering a Capital Murder trial in the case of James Osgood versus the State of Alabama regarding the murder of Tracy Brown, 44, of Clanton, on Oct. 13, 2010.

Let’s just go and get the horrible part out of the way. Tracey was found nude on her bedroom floor, raped, covered in blood, and her throat slit almost from ear to ear. She died a horrible death at the hands of Osgood. We can say that definitively now, after the jury deliberated only 40 minutes before declaring him guilty.

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