Man convicted of killing wife, hit-man on his way to death row

Convicted killer Thomas Randolph appears in court Wednesday, August 23, 2017, at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas. (KSNV)

Thomas Randolph is on his way to Nevada’s death row. He was convicted in June of murdering his wife for insurance money and killing the man he hired to shoot her.

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During Wednesday's sentencing, Randolph made a rambling statement to the judge, and the daughter of Randolph’s slain wife spoke in favor of the death penalty.

“I was 5 months pregnant when Randolph killed my mom, and now my daughter Katie, who is almost 9, has never met her nana,” said Coleen Beyer.

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Randolph is expected to pursue an appeal to his sentence. During the trial, he alleged legal malpractice by his attorneys.

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