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Behind 'perfect life,' a darker side

Ex-lab partner details Markoff mood swings

By Michael Levenson, Eric Moskowitz, and Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / April 22, 2009

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By most accounts, Philip Markoff's life had all the hallmarks of a solid middle-class existence. He grew up in upstate New York, where his father was a dentist, his mother worked in a casino, and he played basketball with his brother in the driveway. High school acquaintances said he was a smart, if slightly nerdy, student who excelled in science, ... (Full article: 1023 words)

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