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Family angrily relives '95 murder case

September 14, 2006

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IN YOUR article " Steeled as prosecutor, Reilly faces a tough trial in politics " (Page A1, Sept. 11), you wrote that in the 1995 Janet Downing murder case, Thomas Reilly ``pushed to keep the suspect -- Edward S. O'Brien, Downing's 15-year-old neighbor -- locked up before trial, despite disbelief in Somerville that O'Brien was the killer. . . . ... (Full article: 176 words)

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