Kyles once languished on death row, but a U.S. Supreme Court decision overturned his conviction and set him free.
The former death-row inmate was convicted Tuesday (Sept. 29, 2015) of second-degree murder in the death of Crystal St. Pierre. That crime occurred June 26, 2010.
Kyles was only 24 when the first murder occurred. He's now 56.
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Prosecutors said Kyles became enraged after the food stamp card St. Pierre had given him in exchange for cash lacked the correct balance. Kyles and his girlfriend, Chicwanda Forbes, forced St. Pierre from the Cedar Point Apartments in Algiers into their car and drove her to a wooded area in Avondale, where she was killed. Her battered body was found the next day with a gunshot wound to the head from a .38-caliber revolver.
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