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Sean Taylor's Killer Found Guilty

It took a Florida jury 16 hours over four days to convict Eric Rivera, 23, of second-degree murder on Monday for the 2007 murder of Washington Redskins star Sean Taylor. Rivera originally made a video confession, stating that he was the shooter, but testified that he was coerced.  He was also charged with armed burglary. Three other men are awaiting trial.

(Photo: AP Photo/The Miami Herald, Peter Andrew Bosch, Pool, File)

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