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Trial opens in Amsterdam double murder

Ramos accused of slashing man, woman in March

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Ivan Ramos left behind a damning print of his right hand in the blood of William McDermott before fleeing the scene of a double murder, Montgomery County District Attorney James “Jed” Conboy said in his opening statement in Ramos’ double-murder trial. Ramos is charged in the deaths of Cheryl Goss, 46, and McDermott, 56, in McDermott’s apartment at 359 Locust Ave. in Amsterdam on March 2, 2012. His trial started Tuesday with jury selection. Ramos ...

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