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Oklahoma court to consider appeal of man in 3 deaths, arson

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ A man convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to die for the 2010 deaths of a south-central Oklahoma woman and her two children wants an appeals court to overturn his sentence.

The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals is to hear arguments Tuesday in the case of 32-year-old Shaun Michael Bosse of Blanchard.

Bosse convicted of three counts of first-degree murder and one count of first-degree arson for the deaths of 25-year-old Katrina Griffin and her children, 8-year-old Christian Griffin and 6-year-old Chasity Hammer. Their bodies were discovered inside their burned-out mobile home in the rural McClain County town of Dibble.

Evidence at Bosse's 2012 trial indicated that Griffin died from multiple sharp force trauma, and Christian from multiple stab wounds. Chasity died from smoke inhalation and burns in the fire.

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