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Former Redskins safety Sean Taylor can rest in peace and his family can continue to try and move on now that there’s some more closure to his murder. Eric Rivera has been found guilty of second degree murder for shooting and killing Taylor in his Florida home several years ago. Eric Rivera was found guilty of second-degree murder in the shooting death of the Redskins' Sean Taylor. — Cindy Boren (@CindyBoren) November 4, 2013 Now we have to wait for his sentencing. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Eric Rivera found guilty of 2nd degree murder for killing Sean Taylor appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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