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Published: Friday, 7/27/2012 - Updated: 2 years ago

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CTY williams27p   07/27/2012   The Blade/Lori King  Sheriff deputies escort East Toledo resident Samuel Williams, 24, out of the courtroom after he was convicted of two counts of aggravated murder, two counts of kidnapping, and one count of aggravated burglary today in Lucas County Courthouse in Toledo, Ohio. Williams was charged in the brutal asphyxiation deaths of a Springfield Township couple. CTY williams27p 07/27/2012 The Blade/Lori King Sheriff deputies escort East Toledo resident Samuel Williams, 24, out of the courtroom after he was convicted of two counts of aggravated murder, two counts of kidnapping, and one count of aggravated burglary today in Lucas County Courthouse in Toledo, Ohio. Williams was charged in the brutal asphyxiation deaths of a Springfield Township couple.
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Eds: This recurring file takes readers around the 2012 Olympics and its host city with journalists from The Associated Press. This story is part of AP's general news and sports services.

Egypt's Olympic team won't be wearing knockoffs after all at the London Games.

Nike announced Friday it was donating its gear to the Egyptian athletes. This after the country's committee chairman said they'd turned to a Chinese distributor because the real thing was just too expensive.

Not so during the opening ceremony, though. Nike's shipment isn't due to arrive in London until Saturday.



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