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Topic - Bayard Marin
A prominent national defense expert appeared confused and disoriented as he wandered inside a downtown Wilmington office building less than 14 hours before his body was dumped with a load of trash at a nearby landfill, police said Wednesday.
A person familiar with the matter says President Barack Obama is considering naming former Commerce Secretary William Daley for a top White House job, possibly chief of staff.
Mr. Marin said he last spoke with his client on Dec. 27, and did not know what he may have been doing in Wilmington three days later.
"He was just not the sort of person who would wind up in a landfill," said Bayard Marin, an attorney who was representing Mr. Wheeler in a dispute over a couple's plans to build a new home in the historic district of Old New Castle, where Mr. Wheeler lived.