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N.C. Supreme Court to rule on unprecedented case about a murder by cellphone 

Nineteen-year-old Dylan Boston grips his .22-caliber rifle and stares at the elderly man, who has fallen to the kitchen floor. It's still daylight outside the 72-year-old victim's mobile home just south of Greensboro. So far, the murder-for-hire is going according to plan…

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