Perry Edward Smith, left, and Richard Eugene Hickock as they appeared at the time of their trial in 1960 for the slaying of the Clutter family in Garden City, Kan. Almost 35 years after the Clutter family homestead became a slaughterhouse, both opponents and supporters of capital punishment in Kansas refer frequently to the Clutter murders. It was the state's most famous murder case, even without the notoriety brought by Truman Capote's novel "In Cold Blood."  (AP Photo/File)
Perry Edward Smith, left, and Richard Eugene Hickock as they appeared at the time of their trial in 1960 for the slaying of the Clutter family in Garden City, Kan. Almost 35 years after the Clutter family homestead became a slaughterhouse, both opponents and supporters of capital punishment in Kansas refer frequently to the Clutter murders. It was the state's most famous murder case, even without the notoriety brought by Truman Capote's novel "In Cold Blood." (AP Photo/File) Associated Press
Perry Edward Smith, left, and Richard Eugene Hickock as they appeared at the time of their trial in 1960 for the slaying of the Clutter family in Garden City, Kan. Almost 35 years after the Clutter family homestead became a slaughterhouse, both opponents and supporters of capital punishment in Kansas refer frequently to the Clutter murders. It was the state's most famous murder case, even without the notoriety brought by Truman Capote's novel "In Cold Blood." (AP Photo/File) Associated Press

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