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A father's pain

At the outset of Curtis Bonnell's first degree murder trial in Miramichi, the father of Hillary Bonnell talks to reporters about the pain that is still a daily presence in his life. His daughter Hillary was 16 when she disappeared in September 2009. Police discovered her body in a wooded area near Tracadie-Sheila after more than two months of searching.

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