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Crime Oklahoma man's appeal in slaying of trooper is rejected

23:45  08 october  2019
23:45  08 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected the appeal of an Oklahoma man sentenced to death for the fatal shooting of a state trooper on the day after Christmas.

In this photo provided by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, Ricky Ray Malone is pictured in a photo dated June 29, 2011. The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected the appeal by Malone, who was sentenced to death in the Dec. 26, 2003, fatal shooting of Oklahoma State Trooper Nikky Green. (Oklahoma Department of Corrections via AP) © Provided by The Associated Press In this photo provided by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, Ricky Ray Malone is pictured in a photo dated June 29, 2011. The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected the appeal by Malone, who was sentenced to death in the Dec. 26, 2003, fatal shooting of Oklahoma State Trooper Nikky Green. (Oklahoma Department of Corrections via AP)

The court on Monday denied without comment the appeal by 45-year-old Ricky Ray Malone that he should've been convicted of second-degree murder because he was intoxicated by methamphetamine. Malone's attorney did not immediately return a phone call for comment.

Malone was convicted in the Dec. 26, 2003, fatal shooting of Trooper Nikky Green in rural Cotton County. His death sentence was overturned by the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals, but he was again sentenced to die and that sentence was upheld.

Prosecutors say Malone was making meth on a county road when Green arrived and the two men fought until Malone took the trooper's gun and shot him in the head.

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