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Protesting outside of the courthouse
902 E. 52nd St. 
The Eggleston family was not allowed to live in their home again after the day of the shooting because the county protected it as a crime scene.  A load-bearing wall was removed by the county.  However, it was severely vandalized.  

Linda Eggleston's father built the two-bedroom house in 1949 and gave it to Linda in 1977. 

Eventually, after the third trial, Linda sold the house to a developer.  It was burned down by the fire department as a training exercise.  
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