Willie Crain, convicted killer of 7-year-old Amanda Brown

Willie Crain, 53, sits in court in Tampa, Fla., on Sept. 17, 1999, shortly after the jury unanimously recommended the death sentence for the murder of 7-year-old Amanda Brown, whose body was never found. Crain's attorneys argued he was mentally and emotionally disturbed, abused drugs and alcohol, and was unable to behave legally the day Amanda disappeared after Crain came to visit Amanda's mother at their home.

( JIM REED, AP, POOL / September 17, 1999 )

Willie Crain, 53, sits in court in Tampa, Fla., on Sept. 17, 1999, shortly after the jury unanimously recommended the death sentence for the murder of 7-year-old Amanda Brown, whose body was never found. Crain's attorneys argued he was mentally and emotionally disturbed, abused drugs and alcohol, and was unable to behave legally the day Amanda disappeared after Crain came to visit Amanda's mother at their home.

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