Sentencing Begins Thursday in Trooper's Murder

MILFORD, PA (NBC) - The trial against the Pennsylvania man who was convicted Wednesday of ambushing two state troopers and killing one of them enters a new phase Thursday.

The penalty phase beings in the trial of Eric Frein.

A jury convicted him on all 12 charges, Wednesday, including first degree murder, terrorism, and weapons of mass destruction

33-year-old Frein now faces the death penalty.

It's been more than two years since he killed Corporal Bryon Dickson and seriously injured trooper Alex Douglass.  He then led authorities on a 48-day manhunt before he was captured.


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