Jeff Murray Elmira Star-Gazette Published 8:58 AM EDT Nov 2, 2018 It’s been more than more than two years since the brutal murder of Kelley Stage Clayton — an act that shocked Twin Tiers residents and kept them spellbound through months of investigations and court cases. Before the emotional wounds had a chance to heal over, they were made raw again by the recent appeal filed by Thomas Clayton, convicted of first-degree murder for the death of his wife. Now, a major network news program is revisiting the high-profile case and how it changed the lives of two families and numerous other people forever. ABC’s news magazine “20/20” will air an episode Friday focused on the Clayton case and its aftermath. ABC covered much of the case as it developed over the months following Kelley Clayton’s murder, as did other national news media. ABC correspondent Deborah Roberts, who spent time in the area interviewing several of the people involved in the case, said this was a good time to take a fresh look. “This crime shook up this small community. All the elements were there — a young, lovely mom, a husband who was very charismatic and a former professional hockey player,” Roberts said. “There… Read full this story
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