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Family remembers an ‘Alicia-fied Experience’


Family members of Alicia DeBolt were allowed to speak out Tuesday, as the 14-year-old girl’s murderer received a life sentence.
Barton County District Judge Hannelore Kitts told family members, “Just because Mr. Longoria is absenting himself does not mean you should not have the opportunity to address the court.”
The girl’s mother, Tammy Conrad, read from this prepared statement:
“Judge Kitts, I was asked how this murder made me feel or how it affected me with my life, family and my overall self.
“Since I was a very small child I was going to have a dozen babies ...


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