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Chelsea, Vt. Meeting

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Chelsea, Vt. Meeting

Chelsea, Vt. Meeting

Chelsea, Vt. Meeting

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Members of the community of Chelsea, Vt., gathered last night in a church basement to reflect on the murders of two Dartmouth University professors. Two teenagers are accused in the crime. Host Noah Adams speaks with psychiatrist Andy Pomerantz, who was at the meeting. Pomerantz says it was a time for people to question what the tragedy says about their own community.

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