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A convicted murderer of a 12-year old Maine girl is looking to get another trial because of new DNA evidence.

Dennis Dechaine was convicted of kidnapping and killing Sarah Cherry in 1988.

From Wikipedia:

On March 18, 1989, thirty-one-year-old Dennis Dechaine of Bowdoinham, Maine was convicted for the 1988 murder of twelve-year-old Sarah Cherry (May 5, 1976 – July 6, 1988),[1] who was abducted, tortured and found in a wooded area. He was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. Dechaine has filed a number of appeals, maintaining that he is innocent. However, he remains incarcerated at Maine State Prison in Warren, Maine.

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