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Man convicted of Sing Lee Alley murder running out of appeals


Anthony Haube

Anthony Haube, convicted of the 2005 murder of Micheal Gerber in Petersburg, is down to his last option in the appeal process after his latest attempt was denied. The decision by the Alaska Court of Appeals last week means that Haube only has one move left in the state court appeal process, the Alaska Supreme Court.

Court records say on April 1, 2005, a fight happened between Haube, Gerber, Thomas Lyons and Thomas Evenson while the men were in a Sing Lee Alley apartment drinking and playing cards. Gerber, the target of the other men, was severely beaten in the altercation, according to...

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