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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 2003 A 22-year-old man is on trial in Alaska for the murder and assault of an Alaska Native woman. Joshua Wade allegedly told friends that he killed Brown sometime in late August-early September of 2000. But those friends have given conflicting and confusing testimony in court, The Anchorage Daily News reported. They are witnesses called by state prosecutors. Brown was among several Native women who were killed in Anchorage over the past couple of years. Get the Story:
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