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Attorney provides new details in Oklahoma City woman's death

Attorney Larry Cassil said a considerable amount of cash was taken from the safe in the closet where Julie Mitchell was found dead Nov. 2 in her Oklahoma City home.
BY MATT PATTERSON Modified: November 12, 2010 at 5:36 am •  Published: November 12, 2010
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“I've known him long enough to tell you there's no way in the world he would hurt anyone,” Cassil said.

“He is one of the kindest people I've ever been around. If you needed $2,000 to keep your home or get kicked out, Teddy would have the money for you. He is one of the most wonderful people in the world.”

Cassil said he is not officially representing Teddy Mitchell at this time. Instead, Cassil said he is speaking out as Mitchell's friend.

“He is not a suspect. If there is a reason to represent him, I will, but there's no reason,” Cassil said.

Cassil said Teddy Mitchell has provided police everything they have asked for during the course of the investigation.

“He hasn't withheld anything,” Cassil said. “He has given them his computer, his cell phone, anything they have asked for, and he will continue to help them every way he can.”

Cassil said he attended Julie Mitchell's funeral Wednesday at LifeChurch.tv in Edmond.

“The service was beautiful,” Cassil said.

“Teddy and many of his relatives spoke. Everyone spoke beautiful things about Julie. How Teddy got up and spoke, I don't know. He loved her so much, and their daughter means so much to him.”

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