Man accused of killing trooper appeals death penalty sentence and is denied

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The State Supreme Court upholds the death penalty against a man convicted in the deadly ambush of two state troopers.

According to Penn Live, the decision against Eric Frein comes nearly two years to the day after a Pike County judge imposed that ultimate penalty. 

Frein was convicted of the 2014 ambush murder of a state police corporal outside the Blooming Grove Police Barracks. A trooper was also shot and wounded.

The Supreme Court decided errors made during the trial and penalty phase made no difference in the outcome of the case.

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