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Gregory Paul Wilson, shown in the interview room at Oregon State Penitentiary in 2001, was freed from death row in 2010 but is likely headed back to prison for years after he was convicted of assaulting three men in Redmond. Photo by Benjamin Brink/ The OregonianLC- THE OREGONIAN

REDMOND — A former Oregon death row inmate who got a second chance at freedom could now face nearly 20 years in prison following a conviction for stabbing three people outside a Redmond bar.

Gregory Paul Wilson, 55, was found guilty on Wednesday of three counts of second-degree assault and three counts of unlawful use of a weapon.

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