Cowboys fan facing death penalty wears Romo jersey to sentencing
Thomas Randolph, a convicted double murderer and Dallas Cowboys fan from Las Vegas, showed up to his sentencing hearing Friday wearing a Tony Romo jersey.
"Since I've been 12, I've been a Cowboys fan," the 62-year-old said from his holding cell, according to David Ferrara of the Las Vegas Review-Journal. "It gives me comfort, even in here."
Randolph was convicted on two counts of first-degree murder with use of a deadly weapon and one count of conspiracy to commit murder in the deaths of his sixth wife, Sharon Causse, and the hitman he hired to kill her, Michael James Miller. He could face the death penalty.
Randolph's son, Justus Randolph, wore a Cowboys tie to the sentencing "as an act of solidarity."