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February 25, 1985

David Port, whose case drew national attention when his parents refused to testify against him before a grand jury, goes on trial today in New Braunfels, Tex., on charges that he killed a letter carrier. If convicted, Port, 18, faces up to life in prison. Debora Sue Schatz, 23, disappeared June 7, 1984, while delivering mail in the affluent Houston neighborhood where Port lived with his parents. Her body was found two days later in a remote area.

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