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Topic - Kentucky Fried Chicken Murders
NEW BOSTON, Texas (AP) — Nearly 24 years after the bodies of five persons shot execution-style were found along a remote road, the first trial has begun in what became one of the state's oldest unsolved mass murder cases.
Pinkerton, wearing blue jeans and a blue T-shirt over a long-sleeved white undershirt, said little in the nearly empty courtroom Monday.