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  • It's been 30 years. Their murders still have the power to shock South Mississippi

    Thirty years ago, the bodies of Circuit Court Judge Vincent Sherry and his wife, former Biloxi Councilwoman Margaret Sherry, were found in their Biloxi home. They had been shot execution style. It took ten years for investigators to unravel the crime, ending in the conviction of Pete Halat, Vincent Sherry’s law partner, and others.

It's been 30 years. Their murders still have the power to shock South Mississippi

Thirty years ago, the bodies of Circuit Court Judge Vincent Sherry and his wife, former Biloxi Councilwoman Margaret Sherry, were found in their Biloxi home. They had been shot execution style. It took ten years for investigators to unravel the crime, ending in the conviction of Pete Halat, Vincent Sherry’s law partner, and others.