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A defense attorney in a Northern California murder case says he believes Max the Parrot may hold the answer to who smothered Jane Gill to death in her bedroom two years ago. But an attempt to get the African grey parrot’s testimony into evidence a couple months ago was blocked by the courts. Max was found dehydrated and hungry in his cage two days after Gill’s murder. After the parrot was coaxed back to health at a pet shop, the shop’s owner said the bird began to cry out, “Richard, no, no, no!” The man charged in the case is Gill’s business partner, and his name is not Richard. He says he is innocent. Gary Dixon, a…

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