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(Portland, OR)  --  Trial is set to begin in June of 2019 for a man accused of stabbing two people to death on a Portland commuter train.  Jeremy Christian is due to go before a jury more than two years after the alleged attack on a MAX train this year.  Prosecutors told the judge Friday that they could be ready to go in October of next year, but defense lawyers wanted a later date.  The deadly stabbing happened after Christian was confronted about anti-Muslim comments he allegedly made to two teenage girls on board the train.

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