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    Kelly Guay, a friend and co-worker of domestic violence murder victim Amy Bagley Lake, speaks about the effort to fight domestic violece during a news conference Wednesday in Skowhegan. At left are Madison Police Chief Barry Moores and District Attorney Maeghan Maloney.

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    Skowhegan Police Chief Ted Blais introduces members of the Somerset Law Enforcement Agencies Unite against Domestic Abuse during a news conference in Skowhegan on Wednesday. At right is Nan Bell, of the Family Violence Project.

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    Deputy Chief Dale Lancaster, of the Somerset County Sheriff’s Department, holds an ankle monitoring device Wednesday during a news conference involving multiple Somerset police agencies fighting domestic abuse in Skowhegan.

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    Amy Bagley Lake, with her two children, Monica and Coty. The three were murdered in June 2011 by Steven Lake, Bagley Lake’s estranged husband, from whom she repeatedly sought refuge in safe houses for herself, Monica and Coty.

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