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    AP - A former Texas minister was convicted late Wednesday of slipping his wife sleeping pills, smothering her to death and faking her suicide note so he could be with his mistress.

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    Former Baptist Minister Matt Baker waits in the 19th District Court during his murder trial Wednesday Jan. 20, 2010 in Waco, Texas. Baker, 38, is on trial for the 2006 murder of his wife, Kari Baker. (AP Photo/ Waco Tribune Herald, Rod Aydelotte)

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    Re: Former Texas minister convicted of killing wife (AP)

    Jurors deliberated more than seven hours before convicting Matt Baker, 38, of murder in his wife's 2006 death, which initially was ruled a suicide. Jurors were instructed that to find Baker guilty, they had to agree on two things: that Baker drugged his wife and that he suffocated her with a pillow. Baker faces up to life in prison at sentencing, which was set for Thursday. A gag order on attorneys in the case remained in effect until after sentencing.

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