COLUMBUS, GA (WXTX) - The man convicted of killing his wife and children with a bush ax will learn his fate this week.
Convicted murderer Michael Curry will reappear in court Thursday, July 21st for a sentencing hearing.
Curry was found guilty in this spring of murdering his pregnant wife and two young children with a bush-ax in 1985.
He was not charged with the murders until 2009, after the cold case had been reopened by the Columbus Police Department.
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