Not Guilty Plea in Package Bombing

 Authorities say the package bomb exploded in his in-laws home in Lebanon, which is about 30 east miles east of Nashville. 

LEBANON, Tenn. (AP) - A man accused of killing his in-laws with a package bomb that exploded in their rural Tennessee home has pleaded not guilty.

Charges against Richard Parker include two counts of felony first-degree murder.

Authorities say the package bomb exploded in his in-laws home in Lebanon, which is about 30 east miles east of Nashville.

The blast killed 74-year-old Jon Setzer, a retired lawyer.

Setzer's 72-year-old wife, Marion, died later at a Nashville hospital.

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