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Continued: Minnesota Supreme Court denies Amy Senser's final bid for freedom

  • Article by: ABBY SIMONS , Star Tribune
  • Last update: September 18, 2013 - 5:43 AM

However, they weren’t enough to outweigh the overwhelming circumstantial evidence that supported the jury’s verdicts, the court ruled.

At True Thai restaurant, owner Anna Prasomphol Fieser, who attended the court hearings and publicly vouched for her employee’s character after his death — was busy in the kitchen Tuesday night. She hadn’t heard the news that the two years of legal proceedings had come to an end.

“She’ll be glad to hear it,” a worker said. “We all will be.”

Abby Simons • 612-673-4921

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