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Media, family oppose gag order in missing teacher's slaying

TIFTON, Ga. (AP) - News organizations are challenging a judge's gag order in a case involving the slaying of a south Georgia high school teacher who vanished nearly 12 years ago.

Three groups of newspapers and television stations have filed motions asking Superior Court Judge Melanie B. Cross to lift the order.

Ryan Alexander Duke, 33, was charged with murder Feb. 23 in the slaying of Tara Grinstead, an Irwin County High School teacher who disappeared in 2005.

A second man, 32-

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