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The apartment house in Charleston, W.Va., where Jennifer Rena Bailey lived with her three young sons. Children’s toys could be seen on the porch.

Slain woman was no hater, probers say

Picture emerges of W.Va. mother

By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / February 7, 2006

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CHARLESTON, West Va. -- The 33-year-old West Virginia woman killed by Jacob D. Robida on the final, fatal leg of his cross-country rampage shared his interest in aggressive rock music and his fondness for dark, goth imagery, but there is no evidence that Jennifer Rena Bailey agreed with Robida's antigay, antiminority sentiments or his inclination to violence, investigators said yesterday. (Full article: 1066 words)

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