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Local Question of the Day — 11/3/05

Issue: Attorneys agree: No video copy: Prosecutor will allow Duncan’s lawyers to privately view the offensive material/Taryn Brodwater, Spokesman-Review

More Info: Attorneys came to an agreement Wednesday that will prevent copies from being made of pornographic videos that Joseph Edward Duncan allegedly made as he held Dylan and Shasta Groene at a remote Montana campsite.

Question: I doubt that anyone would disagree with this compromise. Why do you believe the public defender’s office agreed to it?


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