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 In this undated file photo released by Townsville Coroners Court on June 20, 2008, Gabe Watson, left, and his wife, Tina, pose on their engagement. Watson, convicted of manslaughter in his wife's honeymoon death, was deported Thursday, Nov. 25, 2010, from Australia to the United States, where he is likely to face murder charges for the 2003 drowning. (AP Photo/Townsville Coroners Court, File)
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In this undated file photo released by Townsville Coroners Court on June 20, 2008, Gabe Watson, left, and his wife, Tina, pose on their engagement. Watson, convicted of manslaughter in his wife's honeymoon death, was deported Thursday, Nov. 25, 2010, from Australia to the United States, where he is likely to face murder charges for the 2003 drowning. (AP Photo/Townsville Coroners Court, File)

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