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New Video Shows Norland Teacher Kameela Russell Entering Home Of Accused Killer On Day Of Murder

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New Video Shows Norland Teacher Kameela Russell Entering Home Of Accused Killer On Day Of Murder

New Video Shows Norland Teacher Kameela Russell Entering Home Of Accused Killer On Day Of Murder

Surveillance video showing the last known movements of Norland High teacher Kameela Russell and her accused killer was released by the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office on Wednesday.

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