The three people murdered in last year’s Overland Park shooting rampage were remembered at the killer’s sentencing hearing Tuesday. Those in the Johnson County courtroom stood as Mindy Corporon played a recording of her son, 14-year-old murder victim Reat Underwood, singing “The Star-Spangled Banner.” At her side was her son 13-year-old Lukas Losen; District Attorney Steve Howe was at left. The two other murder victims were Reat’s grandfather, William Corporon, and Terri LaManno.
The three people murdered in last year’s Overland Park shooting rampage were remembered at the killer’s sentencing hearing Tuesday. Those in the Johnson County courtroom stood as Mindy Corporon played a recording of her son, 14-year-old murder victim Reat Underwood, singing “The Star-Spangled Banner.” At her side was her son 13-year-old Lukas Losen; District Attorney Steve Howe was at left. The two other murder victims were Reat’s grandfather, William Corporon, and Terri LaManno. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com
The three people murdered in last year’s Overland Park shooting rampage were remembered at the killer’s sentencing hearing Tuesday. Those in the Johnson County courtroom stood as Mindy Corporon played a recording of her son, 14-year-old murder victim Reat Underwood, singing “The Star-Spangled Banner.” At her side was her son 13-year-old Lukas Losen; District Attorney Steve Howe was at left. The two other murder victims were Reat’s grandfather, William Corporon, and Terri LaManno. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com