Man Sentenced to Death in McKinney Quadruple Slaying Loses Appeal With U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused an appeal from a man sentenced to die for his role in the worst mass murder in McKinney's history. Raul Cortez, 36, was convicted in the March 12, 2004, slayings of Rosa Barbosa, 46; her nephew, Mark Barbosa, 25; and his friends Matthew Self, 17, and Austin York, 18. The four were killed in what police called a botched robbery.  Continue reading...

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