Some critical statements a Remsen man made to authorities will -not- be heard by a jury when he’s tried for murder. 37-year-old Donald Boss made comments to members of the Plymouth County Sheriff’s department as they investigated the disappearance of Boss’ ten-year-old adopted son, Timothy. The body was found buried in the Boss’ basement in February. Boss is held in the slaying. Boss’ lawyer claimed anything Boss said after he told authorities he didn’t want to talk anymore should be thrown out. Among the conversations is one where a deputy claims Boss answered the child -was- dead and he knew where the body was buried. Trial is scheduled for July.
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