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Judge denies murder conviction appeal

Ryan Patterson Ryan Patterson
Jamie Orman Jamie Orman
Derrick Orman Derrick Orman
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) -

A judge denied an appeal by a man who was convicted of three murders in 2009.

Ryan Patterson's appeal on his murder conviction.

Patterson was convicted of shooting Jamie Orman, her unborn child, and teenage son Derrick in a 2009 Cape Girardeau home invasion.

He is serving three life sentences for each conviction.

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