ST. LOUIS — The family of a man convicted of killing two sisters by pushing them off a Missouri bridge nearly two decades ago expressed relief Wednesday over news that a special master — a seldom-used mechanism in capital cases — will investigate claims that he was wrongly convicted and sentenced to death.
Appointing special master in capital cases is rare in Missouri
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