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On Tuesday, March 14, 2017, the San Francisco Chronicle ran a front-page piece covering the 1974 murder of Frank Carlson and subsequent torture of his wife Annette by Angelo Pavageau, all the way through this week’s latest developments–a strange and unexpected twist related to a request granted to Pavageau by the state parole board of California that will defer the convicted murderer’s parole hearing for three more years.

The story is titled “Decades later, pain lingers for family of victims in SF murder” and is available in print and online.

Special thanks to Chronicle staff writer Evan Sernoffsky for working closely with the Carlson family and representatives in portraying a fair and balanced accounting of the events, as well as to retired San Francisco homicide detective Frank Falzon, who helped solve the 1974 murder and agreed to be included in the reporting.

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