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April 22nd, 2013

Man murdered, body buried in backyard: Frank Soucie, 60, was suffocated by his girlfriend's son, Derek Tudor, 27. Remains were found buried in the backyard.


Queens man charged with murder after he confesses to suffocating mom's boyfriend, police say 

A weeping 27-year-old Queens pedophile confessed to killing his mother’s boyfriend, whose body was found buried in the backyard, cops said Wednesday.

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