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A couple of years ago, Omar Duwaik of Aurora was labeled by police in Tennessee as a "person of interest" in his wife's death. He says he was innocent and is life was nearly destroyed by the suspicion and the public scrutiny. No one has been charged. Julie Poppen is interviewing him Sunday (the only day he could make himself available) for a package of stories she's doing on the implications of people being called persons of interest. Stories are likely to run midweek or next weekend, but this is our only opportunity to get his picture taken.

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