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Lawyer vows to probe officer's slaying

Calls Revere case 'very suspicious'

Derek Lodie, escorted at his arraignment Oct. 2, was charged as an accessory before the fact to Officer Daniel Talbot's death. Derek Lodie, escorted at his arraignment Oct. 2, was charged as an accessory before the fact to Officer Daniel Talbot's death. (courtesy WBZ-TV4 News)
By John R. Ellement
Globe Staff / October 10, 2007

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CHELSEA - The new attorney for the only person charged in the slaying of Revere Police Officer Daniel Talbot called the killing of the antigang unit member very unusual and suspicious yesterday, and said his client is not responsible for the crime. (Full article: 667 words)

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