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Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Will damning surveillance get kicked in AZ serial killing trial?

Two Arizona men are accused of killing seven people and wounding 17 others in a series of attacks that lasted more than a year. The police bugged their car, apartment and telephone -- and reportedly got some very damning dialogue: "I love shooting people in the back," one allegedly said. "That's so much fun."

The suspects' attorneys, though, are trying to get the surveillance footage kicked, saying police didn't get the right warrant.

Hat Tip: Many thanks, eephus!

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