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Father of slain N.C. teen speaks

Anthony Tisdale wiped away tears next to his mother, Lula Smith, during a press conference about his dead son, Delvonte, in Charlotte, N.C. Delvonte was found in Milton and police said his body was mutilated. Investigators say he may have fallen from a plane. Anthony Tisdale wiped away tears next to his mother, Lula Smith, during a press conference about his dead son, Delvonte, in Charlotte, N.C. Delvonte was found in Milton and police said his body was mutilated. Investigators say he may have fallen from a plane. (Chuck Burton/ Associated Press)
By David Abel and Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / November 24, 2010

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Speaking publicly for the first time, the father of Delvonte Tisdale said he last saw his son at their North Carolina home, when they had pizza and his son was playing video games, less than 24 hours before he was found dead on a Massachusetts street. (Full article: 1000 words)

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