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Amsterdam double murder inspires 'Wishful Thinking'

From left to right, TJ Czeski, Casey Martin, John Sumpter, Calvin Martin and Matt Moller are organizers of  Wishful Thinking.
From left to right, TJ Czeski, Casey Martin, John Sumpter, Calvin Martin and Matt Moller are organizers of Wishful Thinking.
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It was on July 9, 2012, that Matt Phelps and Anthony Brasmeister lined up and shot their two friends, Paul Damphier and Jonathan DeJesus. Their bodies were found in a soybean field behind Phelps’ house about 10 days later. Brasmeister, 16, and Phelps, 15 at the time of the murder, confessed to killing their friends and were sentenced to 25 years to life and 15 years to life, respectively. Damphier was 16 and DeJesus was ...


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