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May 23, 2013 6:49 AM

Murder or suicide? Dueling theories heard

“Fire destroys evidence, and no one knows that better than a law enforcement officer,” Amy Hanley, assistant Kansas attorney general, told jurors Wednesday during opening statements in the trial of Brett Seacat, a former Kansas police instructor charged with killing his wife.

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