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story.lead_photo.caption Abdulhakim Muhammad is escorted by Pulaski County Sheriff's Dept. deputies to a hearing at the Pulaski County Court House in Little Rock. - Photo by Rick McFarland

In a letter to a Pulaski County Circuit Court judge, Abdulhakim Muhammad said he intends to fire his attorneys and represent himself against the capitalmurder charge that could bring him the death penalty. It’s the third time he’s threatened to get rid of his lawyers.

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Front Section, Pages 1 on 01/04/2011

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