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    Staff file photo by Joe Phelan Mark Bechard walks into Kennebec County Superior Court in Augusta in this 2006 photo.

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    Staff photo file photo by David Leaming Superior General Sister Mary Catherine Perko, left, and Provincial Superior Sister Catherine Marie Caron greet mourners at the wake of murdered Sister Edna Mary Cardozo, in left casket, and Sister Marie Julien Fortin on Jan. 31, 1996. Mark Bechard, who has been under state care for the past 20 years is asking to be moved to an apartment.

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    Staff file photo by Andy Molloy Mark Bechard's attorney in 1996, Michaela Murph,y leaves Kennebec County Jail accompanied by phsychologist Charles Robinson, following Bechard's jailhouse arraignment in January 1996. In October 1996, Bechard was found not criminally responsible by reason of mental disease or defect for the murder of two Waterville nuns. Bechard was at the Capital Judicial Center Tuesday requesting permission to move to a supervised apartment after the spending the past 20 years under state care.

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    Staff file photo by David Leaming Mark Bechard, in October 1996, listens to closing remarks in Somerset County Superior Court in Skowheg. He was found not criminally responsible by reason of mental disease or defect for the January 1996 murder of two Waterville nuns. Bechard was at the Capital Judicial Center Tuesday requesting permission to move to a supervised apartment after the spending the past 20 years under state care.

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    Mark Bechard's mug shot after he was arrested Jan. 27, 1996, for killing two nuns at a Waterville convent. Bechard has been under state care for 20 years after being found criminally not responsible and was in court Tuesday requesting he be allowed to move to an apartment.

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