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Convicted cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal lost his final appeal for a new trial Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court refused to take up the issue of whether blacks were unfairly excluded from the jury. But stay tuned. It seems the justices have not yet had their last word in Abu-Jamal’s case. And there’s a strong hint in the air that, when they do, which may not be until next term, they could be gearing up to reinstate Abu-Jamal’s death sentence.

The outcome in Abu-Jamal’s case just might hinge on what the justices decide to do in the case of a cross-dressing, neo-Nazi triple murderer from Ohio whose case is headed to the high court for a second full-fledged appeal.

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