Defendant in dog trainera s suspected slaying raises $2.5 milli...

The man accused of planning and carrying out the murder of a well-known Anacortes dog trainer has secured the $250,000 he needs to post his $2.5 million bond for release, according to Skagit County officials. Full Story

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#1 Dec 7, 2009
After the guy murdered the 4 cops they let another murderer out of jail in Wa. When do they learn?

Elk City, OK

#2 Dec 19, 2009
Bret wrote:
After the guy murdered the 4 cops they let another murderer out of jail in Wa. When do they learn?
I was in jail with him. He is a good guy and he is PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY! STFU

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