A court officer tackles the father of one of three victims of Ohio serial killer Michael Madison, left, who leaped over a table to attack the defendant in court just minutes after the judge pronounced a death sentence in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Thursday, June 2, 2016, in Cleveland. Van Terry, the father of victim Shirellda Terry, had walked to the front of the courtroom to give a victim-impact statement when he turned, paused and lunged toward Madison, who gave him a malicious smile.
A court officer tackles the father of one of three victims of Ohio serial killer Michael Madison, left, who leaped over a table to attack the defendant in court just minutes after the judge pronounced a death sentence in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Thursday, June 2, 2016, in Cleveland. Van Terry, the father of victim Shirellda Terry, had walked to the front of the courtroom to give a victim-impact statement when he turned, paused and lunged toward Madison, who gave him a malicious smile. David Richard AP
A court officer tackles the father of one of three victims of Ohio serial killer Michael Madison, left, who leaped over a table to attack the defendant in court just minutes after the judge pronounced a death sentence in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Thursday, June 2, 2016, in Cleveland. Van Terry, the father of victim Shirellda Terry, had walked to the front of the courtroom to give a victim-impact statement when he turned, paused and lunged toward Madison, who gave him a malicious smile. David Richard AP

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