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Ex-Northwestern professor 'trying to remain hopeful' in jail, his lawyer says

CHICAGO _ A former Northwestern University professor accused of fatally stabbing his boyfriend to fulfill a violent sexual fantasy is "trying to remain hopeful" in Cook County Jail after being ordered held without

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