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  • 'Mansion Murders' suspect claims his brother lured h...

    Thursday | via Daily Mail 

    Pompeo tells Trump the Saudis deserve a 'few more days' to investigate Jamal Khashoggi's alleged murder inside their consulate after he warned Crown Prince 'every fact is going to get out' during that very friendly-looking meeting in Riyadh E-cigarettes prevent wound healing: Study says patients should be banned from vaping for two months before surgery to avoid complications 'Mansion Murders' suspect claims his brother set him up after luring him to the house where wealthy family and their maid were killed - as prosecution says he may not have acted alone A man charged with the brutal murder of a wealthy family and their housekeeper claims it was his brother who killed them - and the prosecution has also raised the possibility that he may not have acted alone.

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  • Mansion murder trial

    Monday Sep 24 | via WTOP-FM Washington 

    D.C. mansion murders trial: Follow the key testimony and evidence in our liveblog of the first-degree murder trial of Daron Wint. Three years after three members of the Savopoulous family and their housekeeper were held hostage for a $40,000 ransom and then stabbed and beaten to death, the man charged in their killings finally goes to trial.

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  • Defense attorney: Daron Wint's 2 brothers killed DC ...

    Sep 11, 2018 | via WTOP-FM Washington 

    The defense attorney for the Maryland man charged with torturing three members of a D.C. family and their housekeeper three years ago claims it was actually Daron Wint's two younger brothers who planned and carried out the brutal crime. In a bombshell opening statement on the first day of Wint's trial, defense attorney Jeffery Stein said Wint's two brothers wore gloves to avoid leaving DNA inside the Savopoulos family's Woodley Park mansion when the family was taken hostage, held for a $40,000 ransom and then stabbed and beaten to death before the house was set on fire.

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