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Suspect in murder of Florida girl Somer Thompson may avoid trial with plea deal, sources say

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The suspect in the murder of 7-year-old Florida girl Somer Thompson may avoid a trial by pleading guilty to all charges when he appears in court Friday, according to sources.

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Somer was abducted on Oct. 19, 2009, as she was walking home from school in Orange Park, a suburb of Jacksonville, Fla. Authorities said she was later murdered and that her body was dumped in a Georgia landfill.

Her accused killer, Jarred Harrell, is thought to have struck a plea deal with prosecutors, which would potentially give him life in prison rather than the death penalty, sources close to the case told WTEV-TV.

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