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Daron Wint's family: you got the wrong guy

An attorney for Daron Wint -- the man suspected of holding a D.C. family and housekeeper hostage before killing them and setting their Northwest house on fire -- says his client couldn't possibly have done it. Also, Wint's family says although his DNA was discovered on the crust of discarded pizza at the scene, he doesn’t like pizza and never eats it.

Investigation continues into killing of family in D.C. | Court documents: Wint did not act alone | Task force chief details Daron Wint arrest
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