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A State Police cruiser carrying Neil Entwistle, who returned from England earlier in the day, arrived at the Hopkinton Police Department yesterday.

Entwistle is returned to Mass.

Faces arraignment in shooting deaths of wife, daughter

By Raja Mishra and Shelley Murphy
Globe Staff / February 16, 2006

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Nearly a month after the slayings of his wife and baby, Neil Entwistle returned in handcuffs to Massachusetts from England yesterday to stand trial, as his newly appointed defense lawyer argued that the intense media coverage of the case has ensured that the Briton cannot get a fair trial anywhere in the world. (Full article: 922 words)

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