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Firearms expert witness Herny Jackson "Jack" Belk examines a rifle in Judge Don Poole's courtroom on Monday during a hearing to argue for a new case to appeal Edward Kendrick's murder conviction in the 1994 slaying of his wife, Lisa Kendrick.
Staff Photo by John Rawlston/Chattanooga Times Free Press Firearms expert witness Herny Jackson "Jack" Belk examines a rifle in Judge Don Poole's courtroom on Monday during a hearing to argue for a new case to appeal Edward Kendrick's murder conviction in the 1994 slaying of his wife, Lisa Kendrick.
published Monday, February 7th, 2011
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A rifle that fired nearly 17 years ago killed a mother, sent a father to prison and destroyed two families. Seated in separate rows Monday, those families again saw the weapon and the father who once held it.

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