I believe that takes care of your murderers.
Peace be to your family as well.
A San Antonio man who had faced the possibility of execution for participating in a deadly convenience store robbery was sentenced Monday to 35 years in prison.
Theodore Joyner, 20, brokered a plea deal in August in which he agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in their upcoming death penalty trial against co-defendant Keith Dwayne Evans. In exchange, prosecutors agreed to change a capital murder charge to aggravated robbery and the 35-year term.
His sentencing was put on hold until after Evans' trial concluded. Evans was found guilty this month of killing popular East Side convenience store owner Mohammed “Moe” Omar during the August 2009 robbery. Prosecutors did not call Joyner to testify.
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