This undated photo shows Lillian Mullinax of Shelby, N.C. Jury selection in the trial of Donald Borders, 53, of Cherryville, N.C., on charges of rape and murder, is slated to begin Monday, Jan. 14, 2013. The looming legal proceeding has reopened old wounds for survivors of three women killed in 2003, including Mullinax, and other residents of Shelby, a tightknit city of 20,000 about 50 miles west of Charlotte. And it has raised questions about whether any of the cases will ever truly be resolved. (AP Photo/The Shelby Star)

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This undated photo shows Lillian Mullinax of Shelby, N.C. Jury selection in the trial of Donald Borders, 53, of Cherryville, N.C., on charges of rape and murder, is slated to begin Monday, Jan. 14, 2013. The looming legal proceeding has reopened old wounds for survivors of three women killed in 2003, including Mullinax, and other residents of Shelby, a tightknit city of 20,000 about 50 miles west of Charlotte. And it has raised questions about whether any of the cases will ever truly be resolved. (AP Photo/The Shelby Star)
This undated photo shows Lillian Mullinax of Shelby, N.C. Jury selection in the trial of Donald Borders, 53, of Cherryville, N.C., on charges of rape and murder, is slated to begin Monday, Jan. 14, 2013. The looming legal proceeding has reopened old wounds for survivors of three women killed in 2003, including Mullinax, and other residents of Shelby, a tightknit city of 20,000 about 50 miles west of Charlotte. And it has raised questions about whether any of the cases will ever truly be resolved. (AP Photo/The Shelby Star)
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