[MSgt Hennis] is accused of killing Kathryn Eastburn and two of her daughters May 9, 1985. Their bodies were found inside their home . . . . This will be the third trial for Hennis. He was found guilty in 1986 in a civilian court and sentenced to death. He won an appeal and was acquitted at his second trial in 1989. He resumed his Army career and retired in 2004.
Hennis was recalled to active duty from the retired list in 2006 to face the charges. We here at CAAFlog have been predicting the expected trial date for the last 18 months or so, see coverage here and here.
According to the story, there will be an August 2009 suppression hearing regarding witness IDs of Hennis.