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In this Nov. 10, 2016, file photo, former University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing leaves court after the second day of jury deliberations in his murder trial in Cincinnati. Hamilton County, Ohio, Prosecutor Joe Deters scheduled a Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016, news conference to discuss the prosecution of Tensing, after a jury deadlocked and a judge declared a mistrial Nov. 12, 2016, on charges of murder and voluntary manslaughter in the fatal July 2015 shooting of black motorist Sam DuBose. (AP Photo/John Minchillo, File)
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This undated file photo provided by the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office shows Sarah Hopkins, of Newton, Kan. Hopkins, who gave her ex-boyfriend the guns he used in mass shooting Feb. 25, 2016, at a Kansas lawn equipment factory, is scheduled to be sentenced Monday, Nov. 28, 2016, at federal court in Wichita. (Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office via AP, File)
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Dylann Roof appears at a court hearing in Charleston, S.C., on Thursday, July 16, 2015. A judge ruled Thursday that Roof, accused of killing nine people at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston in June, will stand trial in July, 2016. (Randall Hill, Pool Photo via AP)
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Marijuana plant flourishing under grow lights at a warehouse in Denver 2010 Photo  / AP -  Ed Andrieski, File
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This undated photo provided by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice shows inmate Bobby Moore. The U.S. Supreme Court this week examines whether the nation's busiest state for capital punishment is trying to put to death a convicted killer who's intellectually disabled, which would make him ineligible for execution under the court's current guidance. (Texas Department of Criminal Justice via AP)
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Former North Charleston Police Officer Michael Slager sits at the defense table during testimony in Slager's murder trial, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016, in Charleston, S.C. Slager is on trial facing a murder charge in the shooting death of Walter Scott, who was gunned down after he fled from a traffic stop. (Grace Beahm/Post and Courier via AP, Pool)
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In this Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016 photo, Morton County Sheriff Kyle Kirchmeier looks up from his desk in Mandan, N.D. Kirchmeier has led the police response to the Dakota Access oil pipeline protests, and shrugs off criticism that that response has been heavy-handed at times, saying that he and his officers have properly enforced the law against protesters whose tactics have become increasingly aggressive. (AP Photo/James MacPherson)
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In this July 15, 2015 file photo SS sergeant Oskar Groening listens to the verdict of his trial at a court in Lueneburg, northern Germany. A German federal court has upheld the conviction for being an accessory to murder of the 95-year-old former SS sergeant who served at the Auschwitz death camp, his lawyer said Monday, Nov. 28, 2016. (Axel Heimken/Pool Photo via AP, file)
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In a Nov. 6, 2014 file photo, Speaker Rep. Kevin Cotter, R-Mount Pleasant, speaks at the Michigan Capitol in Lansing, Mich. The Michigan House of Representatives will pay $515,000 in a settlement with two former legislative aides who alleged they were wrongfully fired and publicly humiliated after reporting two lawmakers' extramarital affair and other misconduct. An agreement released Tuesday says Keith Allard and Benjamin Graham will be paid about $170,000 each. Their lawyer's firm will receive $175,000. The men sued nearly a year ago, saying they alerted House Speaker Kevin Cotter's office about their two married Republican bosses' affair, but it was covered up at the behest of ex-Reps. (AP Photo/David Eggert, File)
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In this July 9, 2016, file photo, police arrest activist DeRay McKesson during a protest along Airline Highway in Baton Rouge, La. The Baton Rouge Metro Council on Tuesday, Nov. 22, approved a settlement paying activist Mckesson and other protesters arrested during summer demonstrations over the shooting death of Alton Sterling. (AP Photo/Max Becherer, File)
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This undated file photo provided by the Butler County Jail in Hamilton, Ohio, shows Munir Abdulkader of West Chester Township. Munir Abdulkader is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016, for plotting attacks against a U.S. military official and a police station. (Butler County Jail via AP, File)
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This Sept. 21, 2010, file photo shows the interior of the lethal injection facility at San Quentin State Prison in San Quentin, Calif. California voters have decided to repair the state's dysfunctional death penalty by speeding up appeals. A measure to reform capital punishment continued to hold a 51 percent margin of support Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016, after two weeks of counting millions of ballots in a contentious race that also saw voters reject a dueling measure to end executions. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)
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Petitioner Aji Piper, left, starts off a news conference with a song as he stands with other children asking a court to force state officials to adopt new rules to limit carbon emissions, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016, in Seattle. Eight children are asking a Seattle judge to find Washington state in contempt for failing to adequately protect them and future generations from the harmful effects of climate change, part of a nationwide effort by young people to try to force action on global warming. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
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Thomas Owens a forensic pathologist, testifies during the murder trial of former North Charleston police officer Michael Slager at the Charleston County court in Charleston, S.C., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016. (Grace Beahm/Post and Courier via AP, Pool)
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LONDON (AP) — A jury has found a man with white supremacist views guilty of murdering Labour lawmaker Jo Cox a week before Britain's EU membership referendum.

Jurors at London's Central Criminal Court deliberated for less than two hours before finding Thomas Mair guilty on Wednesday.

Cox was shot and stabbed to death in June in the area of northern England that she represented. Witnesses said Mair shouted "Britain First" as he attacked her.

At his first court hearing he gave his name as "death to traitors, freedom for Britain."

Prosecutors said his home was full of Nazi literature and memorabilia.

Jurors were told that 53-year-old Mair had pleaded not guilty, but his lawyers presented no evidence in his defense.
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