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Man enters not-guilty plea in Everett woman’s killing

Hundreds attend funeral just before

By David Abel and John R. Ellement
Globe Staff / January 10, 2012
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She was witty, kind, and easy going, which made Jessica Cormier the “best human being,’’ one friend said before her funeral yesterday. Two hours later, the man accused of killing the 20-year-old Everett woman pleaded not guilty in her death. Cormier was killed by two stab wounds to the heart last Tuesday night on the porch of her home at 83 Pearl St., blows that Middlesex Assistant District Attorney Elizabeth Keeley said were delivered by Clarence Earl Berry, 59.

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