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Suspect in hairdresser killing takes stand, blames third man

Says he awoke to find victim

Steven Odegard pointed out his living room on a diagram of his Savin Hill apartment as he testified yesterday at his murder trial in Suffolk Superior Court. Steven Odegard pointed out his living room on a diagram of his Savin Hill apartment as he testified yesterday at his murder trial in Suffolk Superior Court. (Ted Fitzgerald/ Pool Photo)
By Milton J. Valencia
Globe Staff / February 18, 2010

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The man accused of savagely stabbing to death a popular 20-year-old hairdresser from the South End after they met at a bar two years ago is professing his innocence and has tried to direct a jury’s attention to a third man. (Full article: 661 words)

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