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Records to be unsealed in violent 2012 Bedford home invasion
Charles Normil, 33, of Lawrence, Mass., was indicted on charges of attempted murder, first- and second-degree assault, four counts of forcible rape, burglary and falsifying physical evidence.
Judge Klinghorn ordered the state to provide the Union Leader Corp., publisher of the New Hampshire Union Leader and New Hampshire Sunday News, redacted copies of 11 search warrants and related documents by the close of court today. The documents had previously been sealed.
Hillsborough County Attorney Patricia LaFrance did not object to parts of the affidavits being unsealed, but asked the court to allow her to redact details that could compromise the safety of certain witnesses and the privacy of the victims.
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