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Federal Court Rejects Appeal Of Dallas Dad Who Killed His DaughtersJohn Battaglia is scheduled to die by lethal injection for killing his two young daughters while their mother, his ex-wife, listened helplessly on the phone.
Texas Inmate Asking Federal Courts To Keep Him AliveA Texas death row inmate is asking the federal courts to keep him from being executed for the 1999 slaying of his ex-girlfriend while he already was on parole for killing his estranged wife.
Feb. 1 Execution Date For Dallas Man Who Killed DaughtersAn execution date has been set for a Dallas man convicted of fatally shooting his two young daughters more than 16 years ago while their mother listened helplessly over the phone.
Decision Expected On Mental State Of Dallas Dad Who Killed DaughtersA judge is expected to rule today on whether or not convicted killer John Battaglia is mentally competent enough to be executed. Battaglia is the North Texas father who killed his two young daughters.
Father Who Killed Daughters While Mom Listened Could Learn FateTestimony continues today in the competency hearing for John Battaglia. He is the North Texas father convicted of killing his young daughters while their mother, his ex-wife, listened helplessly on the phone.
New Execution Date For Dallas Dad Who Killed 2 DaughtersA new execution date has been set for a former Dallas accountant convicted of fatally shooting his two young daughters more than 15 years ago.
Dallas Man Set To Be Executed For Killing DaughtersEnraged over his ex-wife going to police about his harassment and likely arrest, John Battaglia used a May 2001 visit with their two young daughters to avenge his anger, fatally shooting them both at his Dallas apartment.
Dallas Man Condemned For Killing Daughters Loses AppealThe U.S. Supreme Court has refused to review an appeal from a former Dallas accountant sent to death row for the fatal shootings of his two young daughters nearly 15 years ago.