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A 25 year old Portland woman tells a federal court she is not guilty of crimes related to a raciest killing spree in Washington, Oregon and California. 

 

Holly Ann Grigsby told a federal court she's not guilty of 14 counts of racketeering, kidnapping, carjacking and other charges. The Oregonian reports, during Grigsby's court appearance, she agrees to be returned to Oregon to face the changes in the federal indictment, which accused Grigsby and her boyfriend, David "Joey" Pederson, 32, of killing four people because of their perceived ethnicity, religion or quote "degenerate" conduct. Pederson’s father and stepmother were killed; a 19-year-old Oregon man and a 53-year-old California man during a ten-day crimes spree last fall.

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