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Preliminary hearing for Turpin family case reveals abuse
In a call played during a preliminary hearing for David and Louise Turpin, their 17-year-old daughter told a 911 dispatcher, “I’ve never been out.” The couple is accused of starving and shackling their 13 children.
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