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    Gallery: Tieman Trial - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Jury forewoman Rose Gray, at her Skowhegan home April 11, said the panel was in deliberations less than an hour after Luc Tieman's five-day murder trial before they declared him guilty.

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    Investigators with the Maine State Police and the Maine Warden Service look for evidence in the death of Valerie Tieman, whose body was found Sept. 20, 2016, buried in a shallow grave behind 628 Norridgewock Road in Fairfield. The jury forewoman, Rose Gray, commended law enforcement officers for the job they did collecting evidence and investigating the case.

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    Luc Tieman looks directly at the jury while giving closing statements in his trial in the murder of his wife, Valerie Tieman, on April 9 in Somerset County Superior Court in Skowhegan. The jury forewoman, Rose Gray, said Tieman "was very unbelievable."

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    Jury forewoman Rose Gray, at her Skowhegan home April 11, said the panel was in deliberations less than an hour after Luc Tieman's five-day murder trial before they declared him guilty.

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    Murder victim Valerie Tieman's parents, Sarajean and Allen Harmon, right, and Tieman's brother Greg speak with reporters April 9 after their son-in-law Luc Tieman's trial ended with a guilty verdict. Jury forewoman Rose Gray said she hugged Valerie Tieman's parents when she left the courtroom. "It made me feel good that I got justice for them — or we got justice for them."

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