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Doctor linked to '93 slaying is arrested

Accused of paying two to falsify court testimony

Dr. Timothy Stryker and his wife, Michal, at Stryker's 2006 civil trial. (Globe Staff / John Tlumacki) Dr. Timothy Stryker and his wife, Michal, at Stryker's 2006 civil trial.
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / July 22, 2008

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WOBURN - Soon after a Middlesex Superior Court jury found him civilly responsible for the 1993 strangling of his girlfriend, a case in which he was never criminally charged, Dr. Timothy Stryker hatched an elaborate scheme to escape the $15 million judgment, prosecutors said. (Full article: 1166 words)

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