An Oregon jury is considering whether to sentence to death a convicted killer who has already been given the death penalty three times.
A Deschutes County Circuit Court jury in Bend on Wednesday will be the fourth to decide whether Randy Lee Guzek should die.
The 41-year-old was convicted of aggravated murder in 1988 for killing Rod and Lois Houser at their home in Terrebonne, just north of Redmond.
His death sentence has been overturned three times since his conviction.
Guzek was 18 when he and two other men shot and stabbed the Housers, then ransacked their house.
A tearful Guzek apologized for his crimes and told the jury he now blames himself, not an abusive father or drugs.