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Agent: Warden's Wife Never Said She Was Raped (Jul 13, 2011)

MANGUM, Okla. (AP) — A defense attorney for a former warden's wife accused of helping a convicted killer escape is attempting to poke holes in the prosecution's evidence.

Lawyer Garvin Isaacs represents Bobbi Parker, who is accused of aiding Oklahoma State Reformatory inmate Randolph Dial's escape from the Greer County prison in August 1994.

Isaacs cross-examined Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agent Robert Williams on Wednesday about how evidence was handled in the case. Isaacs alleges that Dial kidnapped, beat and repeatedly raped Parker.

Williams says hair that was found on masking tape inside Parker's van following her disappearance was never tested to see if the hair belonged to her or if Dial's fingerprints were on it.

Williams said no attempt was made to look for skin cells on the tape.



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