Swearingen and Trotter were seen in the college's library together on Dec. Afterward, a biology teacher spotted Trotter leaving the school with a man.Hair and fiber evidence later showed that she'd been in Swearingen's car and home the day she vanished.But no amount of DNA evidence would be enough to exonerate the convicted killer, prosecutors say. "It appears there is no necessity for an evidentiary hearing related to any issue raised in either the motion or the response," Langley wrote.
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