APPEALS COURT CITES BIAS, OVERTURNS COLD-CASE MURDER VERDICT

EVERETT, Wash. (AP) — An appeals court in Washington state on Monday overturned the cold-case murder convictions against a man accused of killing a young Canadian couple in 1987, citing juror bias. © Provided by The Canadian Press Detectives arrested William Earl Talbott II in 2018 using the then-novel method of genetic genealogy to name him as the killer of Jay Cook and Tany...

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