Kentucky court grants DNA test in love triangle slaying

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    • PLEASE READ THE WHOLE PIECE – THERE ARE NAMES YOU CAN WRITE TO AND MORE INFORMATIONS: LIKE THIS “The Kentucky Court of Appeals ruled Friday that the statute passed by lawmakers in 2013 applies to the case of 54-year-old Deborah Huiett, convicted in 2005 of killing a woman in a love triangle dispute.
      Chief Judge Glenn Acree wrote for the court that unless the state Supreme Court decides otherwise, legal precedents dictate that the new law applies to old cases.
      Huiett and her then-boyfriend, 52-year-old Leonard William Day, were convicted of slaying Tina Rae Stevens, who disappeared from a hotel near Burlington, Ky., in the southern suburbs of Cincinnati. Stevens’ remains were found in April 2000 in a remote section of Boone County…..” good luck and ask again if you have no success –

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