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Topic - Bob Benton
As the first case to be prosecuted under California's new "one-strike" sex offender law is processed, the parents of slain San Diego County teen Chelsea King are beginning to work toward passage of similar laws in Colorado, Florida, Ohio and Texas.
"We can never say that we suspect or don't suspect a family," Capt. Benton said. "In any investigation, we have to keep an open mind all the way through."
Though it was reported initially that the two passed polygraph tests, police later reworded their response and said that Mr. Cave's polygraphs were "inconclusive" at first, then later deemed not to "show any signs of deception," Capt. Benton said.