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Accused begins testimony in Bonnell case

There were some big differences between the story Curtis Bonnell earlier told police investigators and the testimony he gave yesterday at his trial. Bonnell is charged with first degree murder in the death of Hilary Bonnell, his 16 year old first cousin. The CBC's Jennifer Choi is in Miramichi, covering the trial. She spoke with Paul Castle, the host of CBC's afternoon program, Shift.

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