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December 9, 2011 12:00 AM

Powell wants sons turned over to neutral caretaker

The husband of missing Utah woman Susan Cox Powell has asked a Pierce County Superior Court judge to move his sons to a neutral caretaker, contending his missing wife’s parents are turning their two sons against him and have even encouraged the boys to call him “Josh” rather than “Daddy.”

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