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Baltimore man gets life sentence, but not forgiveness

Baltimore man gets life sentence, but not forgiveness

When Marie Seale remembers seeing her husband, Terrance, being shot and killed in her Northeast Baltimore apartment in November 2012, forgiveness is the last thing on her mind.

Her two young children still have nightmares after the gunman, Tavon Barnett, turned the weapon on her and her children and pulled the trigger. An apparent malfunction was the only thing that prevented a four-casket funeral.

On Friday, at Barnett's sentencing following a first-degree murder conviction in May, Marie Seale held up a drawing made by her son, who was 5 at the time. It shows a "monster" with jagged teeth and beady eyes holding a blue handgun. A trail of bullets go from the gun into...

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