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Wyoming Man Pleads Guilty In Shootings of Native American Men in What Victims' Families Are Calling a Hate Crime


A Wyoming man who shot two Native American men, one fatally, in a crime that stoked racial tensions in a Wyoming town pleaded guilty last Thursday to charges that will keep him in prison for the rest of his life.

Roy Clyde, 32, pleaded guilty last Thursday to charges of first-degree murder and attempted murder under the terms of the deal. He will soon be sentenced to two consecutive life terms with no possibility for parole or gubernatorial intervention, prosecuting attorney Patrick LeBrun tells PEOPLE.


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