Golsby Wants Death Penalty, GPS Data Thrown Out

(Columbus, OH)   The man accused of kidnapping, raping, and killing Ohio State University student Reagan Tokes wants the death penalty taken off the table.  

Brian Golsby's attorney asked a judge to cut the capital charges, saying prosecutors are biased toward putting black offenders on death row.  

The judge is also considering a request to dismiss GPS monitoring data, claiming it was improperly obtained.

The case has spurred a bill in the Ohio General Assembly to better monitor GPS and hold inmates more accountable for bad behavior while in prison.

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