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Tim Hennis

Former Fort Bragg soldier again appeals conviction

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A former Fort Bragg soldier convicted in a triple slaying in 1985 has again appealed his conviction in military court. Full story...
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Fort Bragg commander approves Hennis conviction, death sentence

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Fort Bragg's acting commander has approved the conviction and death sentence imposed on Timothy Hennis after a court-martial in April 2010. Hennis, a former Fort Bragg soldier, was convicted of killing a woman and two of her daughters in Fayetteville in 1985. Full story...
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Army judge rejects fourth trial in triple murder

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A military judge has denied a request for a fourth trial from a former Fort Bragg soldier convicted of killing a mother and two of her children. Full story...
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Hennis attorney files appeal

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A lawyer representing a man recalled to active duty in the Army so he could be tried for three deaths in North Carolina has filed an appeal in civilian federal court. Full story...
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Hennis seeking new court-martial

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Timothy Hennis could return to a Fort Bragg courtroom next month. Lawyers for the 52-year-old Hennis, who was convicted of three murders earlier this year, have asked a military judge to grant a new court-martial. Full story...
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20/20's Elizabeth Vargas discusses tonight's focus on Tim Hennis case

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videoThe murder of a Fort Bragg wife and her two young daughters in their Fayetteville home made headlines back in the 1980s. It was a mystery that played out for more than 25 years, including here in Wilmington, as suspect Tim Hennis was found guilty, later acquitted, then tried again after two decades of freedom. Full story...
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