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Topic - Joe Hallett
Finalists have been announced in the Ohio Associated Press Media Editors' 2013 newspaper contest.
In a case that generated blaring tabloid headlines in the U.K. press, a Florida teen is facing life in prison without parole for murdering two young British tourists who got lost and wandered into a housing project where their convicted killer lived.
"They will haunt your thoughts forever," Hallett told Tyson in the courtroom. "Every night you go to sleep, every morning you wake up, I want you to think of my friends who were murdered."
"We would like to publicly express our dissatisfaction at the lack of any public or private message of support or condolence," Joe Hallett, a friend of the two victims said.