Ted Oswald, the man convicted in a murder-crime spree from 11 years ago, is handed down more than two life sentences.
A Waukesha County judge sentenced Ted Oswald to two life prison terms plus 560 years in prison Tuesday.
He won't be eligible for parole until 2095, much beyond his life expectancy.
This re-sentencing follows a second jury trial where it was found Oswald was not criminally insane when he and his father killed a police captain and kidnapped a woman in 1994.
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