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Ambler man convicted of double-murder, sentenced to life

NORRISTOWN >> A 20-year-old Ambler man stood stone-faced as a jury determined he acted with a “specific intent to kill” when he fatally shot his mother and her boyfriend as they lay defenseless, sleeping in bed. ...

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