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Life In Prison For Double Murder

A 65 year old man has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 15 years in connection with the killing of a mother and son near Sackville back in 1995.
Raymond Joseph White was charged last year with murdering Mary-Lou Barnes and her 12-year-old son Larry Mills Jr. - and at the time... pleaded not guilty. He changed his plea last week during a preliminary hearing. Reporter Kate Letterick was in the courtroom today and brings us the details.
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