Special Report: Taylor Parker punishment phase, week 1

October 21, 2022 00:13:04
Special Report: Taylor Parker punishment phase, week 1
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Special Report: Taylor Parker punishment phase, week 1
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Show Notes

Karl and Gazette reporter Lori Dunn recap testimony in the first five days of the punishment phase of Taylor Parker's trial.

Parker, 29, was found guilty of capital murder Oct. 3, 2022, for killing Reagan Michelle Hancock, 21, and cutting her infant daughter, Braxlynn Sage Hancock, from the womb Oct. 9, 2020 in New Boston, Texas.

The prosecution is asking for the death penalty, while the defense is arguing for life in prison.

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