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Man accused of killing woman, unborn child says he can't remember details

8:44 PM, Jun. 20, 2013
Brian M. Cooper is questioned by Door County District Attorney Raymond Pelrine after taking to the witness stand Thursday in Door County Circuit Court.
Brian M. Cooper is questioned by Door County District Attorney Raymond Pelrine after taking to the witness stand Thursday in Door County Circuit Court.
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A Plainfield, Ill., man on trial in Door County on two counts of first-degree intentional homicide told a jury he only remembers "bits and pieces" of the morning Alisha Bromfield died.

Brian M. Cooper, 36, is charged with two counts of first-degree intentional homicide and one count of third-degree sexual assault in the early morning Aug. 19 death of Bromfield, 21, and her unborn daughter. Bromfield, also of Plainfield, Ill., was six months pregnant when Cooper allegedly strangled her at the Sand Bay Resort in Nasewaupee.

Cooper and Bromfield were in Door County to attend the wedding of ...

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