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Reporter T.J. Winnick of CBS4 Boston prepared for a segment behind the police station in Hopkinton in anticipation of Neil Entwistle’s arrival.

Entwistle publicity seen as fairness issue

Lawyers surprised by papers' release

By Jonathan Saltzman and Lisa Kocian
Globe Staff / February 15, 2006

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As Neil Entwistle returns to Massachusetts in the state's most closely watched murder case in years, the family of the wife and baby he is accused of killing is preparing to face him in a courtroom for the first time since the slayings. (Full article: 885 words)

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