ST. LOUIS — Attorneys for a man convicted in the 1991 slayings of two sisters who were forced off an abandoned St. Louis bridge into the Mississippi River said Monday that they were relieved his execution has been put on hold, but they noted that their work is not done yet.
UPDATE: Missouri inmate's lawyers relieved by stay of execution
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