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INDIO, Calif. - A man convicted in a horrific Idaho kidnap-murder case could face trial next fall on charges of murdering a Southern California boy in 1997.
     
Joseph Edward Duncan III waived his right to a preliminary hearing Wednesday before Riverside County Superior Court Judge David B. Downing in Indio.
     
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Duncan is accused of killing 10-year-old Anthony Martinez, who was abducted in Beaumont more than 12 years ago. His body was found two weeks later in Indio.
     
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