Shauntay Henderson found guilty of voluntary manslaughter

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Remember when Shauntay Henderson was one of America’s Most Wanted? Remember when the FBI sought her for an “execution-style murder,” claiming she had shot her victim three times in the chest at close range with a semi-automatic weapon?

Not so much.

Today, Jackson County 15th Circuit Court Judge Robert Schieber found 26-year-old Henderson guilty of voluntary manslaughter and armed criminal action — not murder in the second degree, as the prosecution charged — for shooting DeAndre Parker in a convenience-store parking lot on September 2, 2006. Parker was found dead at the scene in a stolen white Ford F-150. He had $15 cash and plastic bags of crack, separated for resale, in his pockets. He was unarmed.

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