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Continued: Oakdale nanny stabbed 48 times, jury told

  • Article by: KEVIN GILES , Star Tribune
  • Last update: May 24, 2013 - 9:53 PM

He said he smelled a strong odor of laundry detergent in the bedroom and a blue substance was splashed on the walls near bloodstains.

Public defender Virginia Murphrey, in cross-examining Olson, pressed him on whether police had looked for other suspects besides Fox from the start.

“No,” Olson said.

Baker’s family left the courtroom before Ali showed the jury a photograph of her body at the murder scene.

She was stabbed in the chest, face, back and stomach, he said.

The trial is expected to continue through the end of next week with both prosecution and defense witnesses.


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