Thirteen years after a federal jury in Boston decided a man should be put to death for a three-day killing spree, another jury has just begun hearing the case against Gary Lee Sampson all over again.
Sampson has pleaded guilty to the crimes and left it to a jury to decide his sentence.
After the first verdict was thrown out, lawyers began making their case to a new jury on Wednesday.
WBUR's David Boeri has this report.
Please note, this story contains gruesome details recalled during the court proceedings.
This segment aired on November 3, 2016.