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May 20, 2016 6:02 PM

Tristan Wolusky asks judge to set aside a verdict, wants witnesses to testify again


A convicted murderer went before a Strafford County Judge to ask if the judge could set aside a verdict and two witnesses could testify before the court once more.

Tristan Wolusky was convicted of the 2014 murder of Madbury teen, Aaron Wilkinson. The Attorney General's star witness in the case, Michael Tatum and Zachary Pinette admitted to lying during the 15 day trial and now the defense and the prosecution need to hear testimony from the duo again.

"Well hopefully this time you're going to see two individuals tell the truth," Woulusky's attorney Mark Sisti said. "Well he's always known he's been innocent of murder. He's taken full responsibility for his actions and what he has done."

The first hearing in the case is scheduled for June 7, then it will be determined whether Tatum or Pinette intends to testify.

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