Family of slain woman receives 'substantial' settlement from alarm company

The company that managed the security system that failed when a woman needed it most is paying an undisclosed sum to her family. ADT Security Systems settled the lawsuit stemming for the murder five years ago of Teri Lee and her boyfriend. A sophisticated home intrusion alarm failed to alert the two when a jealous ex boyfriend broke into the house and shot the victims while they slept.
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The company that managed the security system that failed when a woman needed it most is paying an undisclosed sum to her family. ADT Security Systems settled the lawsuit stemming for the murder five years ago of Teri Lee and her boyfriend. A sophisticated home intrusion alarm failed to alert the two when a jealous ex boyfriend broke into the house and shot the victims while they slept.

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