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Mother remembers daughter's spirit during Castle murder trial

Posted: Wednesday, May 18, 2005 12:00 am

LANSING - It was an ordinary summer afternoon when 13-year-old Amber Dietz let her killer into the family home.

"Amber said she was going to stay home and dance to her music, maybe do some reading and play computer games. She liked to play on the computer," Tammy Dietz, Amber's mother, testified Tuesday in Ingham County Circuit Court during the murder trial of James W. Castle.

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