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PORCO MOVIE LAWSUIT

Porco movie in court test

Murderer claims film violates civil rights

Christopher Porco consults with defense attorney Laurie Shanks during his 2006 trial.
Christopher Porco consults with defense attorney Laurie Shanks during his 2006 trial.
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A made-for-television movie based on Christopher Porco, the Bethlehem man in prison for the 2004 ax murder of his father and attempted killing of his mother, is temporarily on hold pending a hearing today on a request to go forward with the planned airing. That is scheduled for Saturday night on Lifetime Network. The temporary restraining order against the movie was requested by Porco and granted on Tuesday by State Supreme Court Justice Robert J. ...


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