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    State's attorney Tom Gibbons says he will not oppose a motion for DNA testing in a case that convicted John Prante of murder in 1983 and sent him to prison.

State's attorney Tom Gibbons says he will not oppose a motion for DNA testing in a case that convicted John Prante of murder in 1983 and sent him to prison. edonald@bnd.com
State's attorney Tom Gibbons says he will not oppose a motion for DNA testing in a case that convicted John Prante of murder in 1983 and sent him to prison. edonald@bnd.com

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