"Victim's dad fights death penalty case as jury selection starts," is by Jordan Steffen in today's The Denver Post.
More than a decade after a convicted killer beat his son to death, Bob Autobee is asking prosecutors not to seek the death penalty against the man he has forgiven.
Jury selection begins on Monday in the case against Edward Montour, who was serving a life sentence for killing his infant daughter when he beat corrections officer Eric Autobee to death in the kitchen at Limon Correctional Facility in 2002.
On Monday, the trial — which is scheduled to take four months — will begin at the Douglas County Courthouse, where Bob Autobee will protest Brauchler's decision to move forward with the death penalty.
"I don't want my son's name attached to this lynch mob," Autobee told The Denver Post.
Earlier coverage of Bob Autobee begins at the link.