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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Justice for Julie Petition Tops 1,000

THE JUSTICE FOR JULIE PETITION REACHED 1,000 SIGNATURES a few days ago, and is now closed. We presume it will be sent on to Chief State's Attorney Kevin Kane, Thomas Griffin, and the various State's Attorneys in Connecticut. Thanks to all who signed.


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--Chip Neville

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