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Fugitive poet faces families in court hearing

Judge to decide sentence for murderer's 1985 escape

By Tom Farmer
Globe Correspondent / September 28, 2005

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DEDHAM -- Hoping one day to resume his assumed life as a Chicago slam poet, escaped double-murderer Norman A. Porter Jr. apologized yesterday to the families of his victims, who vowed to battle any attempt to free him from prison. (Full article: 610 words)

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