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Defense lawyer says killing of Dublin woman, 91, wasn't planned

Original post made on Jun 22, 2011

Rosa Hill killed her husband's 91-year-old grandmother two-and-a-half years ago but did so in the heat of passion, not as part of an elaborate plan to kidnap the couple's daughter, her attorney told jurors yesterday.

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Posted by drdoug
a resident of Birdland
on Jun 22, 2011 at 8:32 am

Logically, the data on the computer, while questionable, would not be considered evidence of any planned and executed murder simply because all the materials, or data, or internet discussions were NOT found in evidence at the site to show any referenceable connection, nor did these folks have any priors. So it will come down to a heat of passion event that will take whatever direction the Judge sees fit. Sadly this was just another senseless loss of life.

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