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At Smith trial, teens’ relatives shield eyes during testimony on gunshot wounds

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LITTLE FALLS, Minn. -- Family members of Nick Brady and Haile Kifer covered their faces and wiped away tears as Ramsey County Medical Examiner Kelly Mills testified in a Morrison County courtroom Thursday.

Mills conducted autopsies on Brady and Kifer after their shooting deaths in the basement of rural Little Falls resident Byron Smith, whose home they entered without permission on Thanksgiving Day 2012.

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