An unusual trial has featured victims who actually made money and defense lawyers who paint their client as an erratic misfit and want more victims to testify.
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OCTOBER 04, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - BENJAMIN KOHEN PHOTOGRAPHY INC.
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