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William Mallory Found Guilty of Murder and Five other Charges

William Mallory left a Vigo County courtroom in handcuffs Thursday after a jury found him guilty of murder and fiver other charges.
William Mallory left a Vigo County courtroom in handcuffs Thursday after a jury found him guilty of murder and fiver other charges.

All in connection to an August 2012 shooting in a parking lot outside the ballyhoo tavern in Terre Haute.

"It will not bring my son back, but i hope he sits for a long time and thinks what he did." Kathy Kelly-Calloway said.

Kelly-Calloway's 24-year-old son Dustin was killed in that shooting.
 
She says Thursday's verdict doesn't make moving on any easier.

"He's like an animal if you wait out in a bush to hunt someone down until they come out of a bar. He had an opportunity to leave and you sat and waited like they were animals to ambush them," Kelly-Calloway said. 

Throughout the four day trial Mallory's attorney argued that he acted in self defense.

An argument the prosecution said the evidence in the case didn't support.

"Since the defendant was the only one that was armed, there weren't any blows, punches, or anything at all that when you look at all those things that he didn't mean that definition of self defense to use deadly force," Terry Modesitt, Vigo County Prosecutor said.

Mallory will be back in court for his sentencing hearing in late November.
   
Just on the murder and attempted murder charges Mallory could face a maximum of 195 years behind bars.

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