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Monica and Billue were transporting prisoners by bus in June 2017 when Rowe opened an unlocked security gate separating the guards from the inmates. Fellow inmate Ricky Dubose followed Rowe through the gate. Rowe used chains from his shackles to strike Monica, who had fallen asleep, while Dubose grabbed a gun from a weapons box and fired seven shots that killed the officers. The fugitive inmates were arrested in Tennessee days later. Security cameras on the bus recorded the violent escape southeast of Atlanta, while roughly 30 other prisoners witnessed the killings from the back of the bus. Rowe's defense attorneys hoped inquiry to spare him a possible death sentence by arguing Rowe didn't know Dubose would kill the guards. “Donnie Rowe didn’t shoot, Donnie Rowe did not kill," Levin told the jury. “Donnie Rowe did not intend to kill. Donnie Rowe is not guilty of malice murder.” District Attorney Wright Barksdale argued that Rowe had been “the key that opened the gates of hell” by hatching the escape plot, WGXA-TV reported. “It was a calculated crime that took both of them to complete,” Barksdale said. In addition to the security video, jurors got a firsthand look in the courthouse parking lot of the bus where the slayings occurred. They also heard from more than witnesses, from the man whose car the inmates stole right after fleeing the bus to a homeowner in Rutherford County, Tennessee, who grabbed a pistol and called 911 after seeing Rowe and Dubose walking toward his house. He testified that the exhausted fugitives laid down and surrendered. Rowe did not testify. His defense attorneys played the jury audio and video of Dubose saying he was the one who shot both officers. Then the defense lawyers rested their case.

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The extremist group used rockets, tank-fired projectiles and dynamite to take down the towering statues, according to news reports. The two giant Buddhas carved into a cliff in Mes Aynak were destroyed by the Taleban at Bamiyan, on March 12, 2002, as they were deemed to be offensive to Islam. At 175 feet (53 meters) and 120 feet (36 m), respectively, the statues were the tallest standing Buddhas in the world. (Image credit: CNN via Getty Images) An Afghan walks near the world’s tallest standing statue of Buddha in Bamiyan province in Afghanistan on Dec. 7, 1997, years before the statue was destroyed by the Taliban in 2002. (Image credit: JEAN-CLAUDE CHAPON/AFP via Getty Images) The Bamiyan Valley can be seen here with the Colossus of Buddha in the background, highlighting the immense size of the statue. (Image credit: Paul Almasy/Corbis/VCG via Getty Images) The future of Mes Aynak looks particularly bleak as sources told Live Science that all the equipment used for excavation and conservation at the site is gone; and the Taliban have been visiting the site for unknown purposes.  "The situation for culture heritage is not OK, because right now no one is taking care of the sites and monuments," said Khair Muhammad Khairzada, an archaeologist who led excavations at Mes Aynak . "All archaeological sites in Afghanistan are [at] risk," said Khairzada, noting that there is "no monitoring, no treatment and no care, all departments in all province [are] closed, without money and other facilities" that are needed to "take care [of] the sites and monuments." Recently, Khairzada was forced to flee to France to escape the Taliban.  Khairzada said that all the equipment that they had used for excavation and conservation at Mes Aynak is "gone." China holds mining rights in the nearby areas and even before the Taliban took over archaeologists feared that parts of the site could be destroyed if it were turned into a mine. After the Taliban took over Kabul they announced that they would seek economic support from China, but it is unclear if China intends to build a mine in the area.  Related: $1 trillion trove of rare minerals revealed under Afghanistan Julio Bendezu-Sarmiento, who was director of the French Archaeological Delegation to Afghanistan, said that he has learned that the Taliban have visited Mes Aynak but is uncertain why.

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