MILWAUKEE (WKOW) -- A man who murdered his wife and two young children 27 years ago has reported for jury duty in Milwaukee County.
In 1987, Keith Kalota was found not guilty by reason of mental disease after stabbing his wife Debra, 4-year-old daughter, Constance, and 2-year-old son, Jacob, in their Milwaukee home. He spent 16 years at the Mendota Mental Health Institute in Madison before he was released.
Because Kalota was never convicted of a felony he says he was told he could serve as a juror. He was among 28 other potential jurors in a firearm silencer possession trial this week.
The Journal Sentinel reports that both the defense attorney and the prosecutor asked that Kalota be eliminated as a potential juror.
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