Serial killer John E. Robinson, already convicted of killing three women in Kansas and sentenced to death for his crimes, has pleaded builty to five more murders in Missouri. The plea avoids a trial on first degree murder charges and a possible death sentence in Missouri. Under the agreement, Robinson admits to killing two women and a girl whose bodies were found in barrels in a Raymore storage locker and to the deaths of two other women whose bodies have never been found. The deal has Robinson serving five life sentences in prison without possibility of parole. While Kansas has the death penalty, it has nto executed anyone since capital punishment was reinstated.
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