The jury has decided the penalty for Bruce Turnidge. They now consider the sentence for his son, Joshua. Both convicted of aggravated murder in the Woodburn bank bombing. The State is asking for the death penalty. Marion County District Attorney Cortland Geyer telling the jury about Joshua Turnidge's behavior in prison; how he wrote threatening letters to his ex-girlfriend's new boyfriend. One letter expressed his anger towards authorities for his arrest. He quotes: “I pledge to you that not a day will go by, that will not be filled with retribution on my enemy.” The sentencing options are death, life in prison, or life with the opportunity for parole after 30 years. Both sentences will be read following Joshua Turnidge's penalty proceedings.