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Man accused of murdering good Samaritan in Arlington found guilty

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A jury found a killer who blamed his victim for a shooting guilty of murder on Monday.

The killer, Thomas Harper, took the stand and apologized to the family of 18-year-old Clarence Robinson.

He admitted he was speeding down Collins Street in Arlington in December of 2011, and caused a crash that killed someone. He also admitted to then shooting Robinson in the head as he tried to rescue Harper's daughter.

Robinson was described as a good Samaritan.

Harper claimed the shooting was in self-defense, but the jury didn't buy it and they deliberated for less than an hour.


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