Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt argued the death penalty case before the Supreme Court on Wednesday.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt argued the death penalty case before the Supreme Court on Wednesday. Wichita Eagle
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt argued the death penalty case before the Supreme Court on Wednesday. Wichita Eagle

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