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Gag Order Approved In Randy Allen Taylor Case

Gag Order Approved In Randy Allen Taylor Case

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There’s now a gag order in the abduction case against Randy Allen Taylor (pictured). He’s accused in connection with the disappearance of Alexis Murphy. A judge in Nelson County Circuit Court approved the gag order as requested by Commonwealth’s Attorney Anthony Martin. Lawyers, law enforcement agencies, and anybody who works for those entities cannot make any public comments about the case until it’s done.

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