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Man Accused of Killing Rider Grad Set to Die

A 31 year old Texas man is set to be put to death Tuesday in Huntsville.

Steven Woods was convicted in August 2002 of murdering a former Wichita Falls man and a Denton woman.

A jury convicted him of shooting and stabbing Ronald Whitehead, 21, and Bethena Brosz, 19. 

The shooting incident happened in May 2001.

Woods says his friend Marcus Rhodes was the gunman and he had nothing to do with the murders.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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