Comments for: Soldier says Lewiston defendant in murder trial admitted ‘badly’ hurting someone

Posted Nov. 16, 2012, at 6:58 a.m.

AUBURN | A woman who served in the military with Buddy Robinson last year gave tearful testimony Thursday during his murder trial, saying he sent her incriminating text messages. Rebecca Cornell du Houx of Augusta, who works as a mental health case worker, testified in Androscoggin County Superior Court …

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  • Anonymous

    Misplaced loyalty on the part of the woman soldier.
    I dont think that the military condones covering up murder of civilians.
    That might be her stated reason for the deadly silence , but certainly not an excuse.

    • Henderson bobby

      a for some reason I do not know if I trust her . Lets see the text . Lets see who had the phone when the text were made. Platoon sergeant should have been made to testify in court.

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