The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled Paul McManus is elible for the death penalty. In a 3-2 decision the state's highest court overturned a lower court's ruling that mcmanus was ineligible for the death penalty because of mental retardation. Mcmanus was convicted of killing his wife and two children back in February of 2001. A jury convicted Mcmanus of three counts of murder and sentenced him to death. Wednesday the Supreme Court overruled the judge's decision. The case may be best remembered for Mcmanus's actions after the killings -- he climbed to the top of the twin bridges and jumped into the river...but was pulled to safety by rescuers.