Kyle T. Flack, Ottawa, charged with the killing of adults and an 18-month-old girl last spring,  listens to testimony during his preliminary hearing Tuesday in Franklin County District Court, Ottawa. Next to Flack is his court-appointed lawyer, Ronald Evans, head of the Kansas Death Penalty Defense Unit in Topeka.
Kyle T. Flack, Ottawa, charged with the killing of adults and an 18-month-old girl last spring, listens to testimony during his preliminary hearing Tuesday in Franklin County District Court, Ottawa. Next to Flack is his court-appointed lawyer, Ronald Evans, head of the Kansas Death Penalty Defense Unit in Topeka.
Kyle T. Flack, Ottawa, charged with the killing of adults and an 18-month-old girl last spring, listens to testimony during his preliminary hearing Tuesday in Franklin County District Court, Ottawa. Next to Flack is his court-appointed lawyer, Ronald Evans, head of the Kansas Death Penalty Defense Unit in Topeka.

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