Family of slain Eureka couple says they want no deal for the suspect
The man accused of brutally killing a Eureka couple and then throwing their bodies into an abandoned mine shaft was back in court on Thursday.
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LDS Church issues statement on mission president released, excommunicated in 2014 after reports of misconduct
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