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Baker explains 2010 murder in grammatically flawed, rambling letter

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The motion convicted murderer daniel baker filed in court this week was a grammatically flawed and rambling letter in which he said victim marina aksman asked him to come to her vernon hills home to "have sex/talk." in the letter obtained by the daily herald, baker said he found aksman murdered by her daughter, kristina, and that he took the blame because he "felt bad" for the mentally disabled a motion he filed in court, daniel baker said he was heading to vernon hills to have a "sex/talk" with marina aksman on april 1, 2010. when he arrived, he found marina aksman killed and that her daughter, kristina, was the one who did it. the letter entitled "not guilty" is under reviews byu judge daniel shanes and will be discussed in court on feb. 5.

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