ALBANY N.Y. More than a month after his death sentence was overturned, John B. Taylor — who was convicted in the murders of five Wendy’s employees in Queens during a robbery seven years ago — was resentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. Taylor, now 43, originally had been sentenced to death in 2002 for committing one of the bloodiest rampage killings in the foodservice industry's history.On the night of May 24, 2000, Taylor and an accomplice broke into the ...

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