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Death Penalty Upheld For OKC Man Convicted In Quadruple Murders

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Gilbert Postelle Gilbert Postelle

The Court of Criminal Appeals upheld the death penalty for Gilbert Postelle, a man convicted of four murders on Memorial Day 2005.

Postelle and his brother David gunned down four people in a southeast Oklahoma City mobile home.

Court records show the killings were revenge for a motorcycle accident involving the Postelle's father.

Earl Postelle was also charged in the killings, but was later found incompetent to stand trial.

2/28/2008 Related Story: Quadruple homicide trial under way

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