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Edward Tenney Gets Death Penalty: 'Career Criminal' Murdered Three

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After hearing testimony about Edward Tenney's career of crime for three weeks, a DuPage County jury has decided that he should be put to death for the 1992 murder of an Aurora man he shot in the head four times for the $6 in his pocket.

The jury made its decision after less than three hours of deliberation. Tenney stared at the jury as they were polled but had no other outward reaction. The victim's family was not in the courtroom.

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