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Two More Jurors Are Picked In Puopolo Trial

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Three jurors remain to be selected after three days of juror selection in the trial of the three Boston men accused of murdering Andrew Puopolo '77 in a Combat Zone street fight last November.

During yesterday's proceedings, two more jurors were picked, bringing the count to within three of the required 16.

Despite his earlier predictions that the trial would be over late next week, prosecuting attorney Thomas J. Mundy Jr. declined yesterday to estimate when jury selection would be completed.

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