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Posted: Thursday, December 20, 2012 7:55 pm | Updated: 1:09 pm, Tue Jan 29, 2013.

After deliberating for nearly three hours Thursday, the seven-woman, five-man jury returned with a not guilty verdict in the murder trial of 74-year-old Bob Eubanks.

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      • speedrcr456 posted at 1:06 am on Sun, Dec 23, 2012.

        speedrcr456 Posts: 2

        [beam] My thoughts and prayers go out to this man and his family, after the facts of the case were reviewed and weighed by the jury, the justice system made sure that a decorated soldier, intelligent, compassionate, and kind man was able to walk out of that courtroom a free man, and that the jury was extremely meticulous in handling all of the facts presented. It gives me a good feeling that the justice system is in fact fair.

         
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