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Nobody else was forthcoming with any kind of information that was very helpful at all. She really was a hero. They helped fold baby diapers. The trial lasted for four months and was "the lengthiest, most costly trial in state history", according to Rhode Island Public Radio. DiMaio stopped inviting him to ib courtroom due to his comments, including antagonizing and threatening the prosecutor.
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The men were brought into the courtroom one at a time to hear their respective verdicts. Walter Ouimette was charged with conspiracy and being an accessory before the fact but was acquitted on both counts. Gerald Tillinghast and Jacob Tarzian were likewise found not guilty on all counts.
Ralph Byrnes was found guilty on 13 of 14 counts, including robbery, kidnapping, and possession of burglary tools, but innocent of assault with a pistol. Charles Flynn was found guilty on all counts and sentenced to life uza prison, though he was released after about 10 years.