The five people killed in the December 2000 attacks.
Fourteen years ago, two brothers were accused of going on a crime spree of murder, assault, rape and robbery, killing five people in the brutal attacks. Two years later, Reginald and Jonathan Carr were tried, convicted and sentenced to death, but recently the Kansas Supreme Court overturned their death penalty sentences and some convictions.
Now there is a movement to have two Supreme Court justices removed from the bench following their decision on the case.
"Took our breathe away. We were all completely shocked and devastated again that it felt like we were going back to that day," Amy James said.
That day for James dates back to December 2000 and is considered one of the worst in the history of Kansas as the Carr brothers wrapped up the brutal crime spree.
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