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(Vancouver, WA)  --  The death penalty won't be sought against a man who's accused of a triple homicide in Woodland.  "The Columbian" reports the defense team for Brent Luyster was informed of the decision by Clark County prosecutors.  Prosecuting attorney Tony Golik says he'll instead seek a sentence of life without parole for Lyster, who's accused in the deadly shootings of Joseph Mark Lamar, Zachary David Thompson, and Janell Renee Knight last July.  A fourth person was shot and critically wounded.

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