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Teen says he tried to drop out of N.H. killing plot

William Marks (inset) testified in Steven Spader’s murder trial yesterday. Above, prosecutor Jeff Strelzin showed a T-shirt taken from Spader’s closet to Detective Sergeant Jim Geraghty. William Marks (inset) testified in Steven Spader’s murder trial yesterday. Above, prosecutor Jeff Strelzin showed a T-shirt taken from Spader’s closet to Detective Sergeant Jim Geraghty. (Don Himsel/Associated Press/Pool)
By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / November 3, 2010

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The alleged ringleader of the deadly Mont Vernon home invasion refused to cancel his plans to kill and rob the occupants of a home chosen randomly, despite a plea from one of the participants that they needed more time to prepare, a New Hampshire jury heard yesterday. (Full article: 821 words)

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