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Close-range shots in Entwistle case, witness testifies

Defense lawyer raises questions on thoroughness of blood search

By Franci R. Ellement
Globe Correspondent / June 14, 2008

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WOBURN - The killer may have been only 18 inches from Rachel and Lillian Entwistle when he pulled the trigger on that Friday morning in 2006, according to a witness for the prosecution who testified yesterday in the double-murder trial of Neil Entwistle. (Full article: 594 words)

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