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Arson suspect 'loved the children'

In court, she denies role in fire at South Boston house that killed 2 sisters

Anna Reisopoulos (right) sometimes wept yesterday in South Boston Municipal Court as she stared at Nicole Chuminski, the 25-year-old woman accused in the arson that killed two of Reisopoulos's three children. Anna Reisopoulos (right) sometimes wept yesterday in South Boston Municipal Court as she stared at Nicole Chuminski, the 25-year-old woman accused in the arson that killed two of Reisopoulos's three children. (PHOTOS BY GEORGE RIZER/GLOBE STAFF)
By John R. Ellement
Globe Staff / May 13, 2008

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Anger and pain were etched across Anna Reisopoulos's face yesterday as she sat in a South Boston courthouse looking at her former girlfriend, who was arraigned on charges of torching Reisopoulos's home and killing her two daughters. (Full article: 532 words)

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