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Confession brings many questions


With a former Kaufman County justice of the peace’s wife reportedly confessing her role as a player in the murders of District Attorney Mike McLelland, his wife Cynthia and Deputy Prosecutor Mark Hasse, the entire area is watching.

It’s premature to say the case is ever. One can never assume the guilt of a person until that guilt has been established in a court of law. We were expected to learn more about this situation this afternoon, and we couldn’t be more interested in the details of all of it.

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