ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - News 13 has learned the sentencing phase of convicted killer John McCluskey could be delayed until next week.
McCluskey was convicted earlier this month of the 2010 murders of Gary and Linda Haas.
The couple was traveling through New Mexico when McCluskey and two others carjacked them then murdered them for their truck.
The other two avoided the death penalty by making a deal with prosecutors and testifying against McClucksey.
Jurors were scheduled to start deciding if McCluskey deserves death tomorrow. There's no word yet on why the delay.
If sentenced to death, McCluskey would be the 60th person on federal death row.
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