Execution of convict stayed in Virginia

A federal appeals court judge Tuesday stayed the execution of convicted killer Frank Coppola less than nine hours before his scheduled electrocution.

Mr. Coppola refused to appeal a 1978 conviction for a murder he says he never committed. He said he wanted to die in the electric chair and end the hardship on his family.

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