Dave Montgomery

Regional Correspondent, Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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Regional correspondent for the Fort Worth Star Telegram, covering immigration from its Washington Bureau

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On Death Row in Texas, José Medellín admits to the rapes and murders of two teen-age girls 15 years ago in Houston.

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