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Is killer's life story best left untold?

Victims' families resent concept of Sampson book

By Douglas Belkin
Globe Staff / October 27, 2005

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While he sat in his 12-by-7-foot cell on death row, Gary Lee Sampson has had time to gain 50 pounds and take 30 off. Time to watch his red hair go gray. And time to reflect on a bloody week in which he killed three men in cold blood. (Full article: 1310 words)

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