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Alleged twin killer released from jail
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GALLATIN (AP) — A young Tennessee woman accused of killing her newborn twins has been released from a jail in Gallatin on a $250,000 bond, walking out in the company of her father.Twenty-five-year-old Lindsey Lowe left jail in Tennessee's Sumner County with her father escorting her, his arm draped about her shoulders. Broadcaster WTVF-TV reported that the woman's family had secured a property bond set earlier by a judge and she was released into the custody of her parents.Police have said Lowe hid her pregnancy and then suffocated her twin boys last week to keep her parents from hearing their cries at her home in Hendersonville.The woman's supporters had packed a court hearing Monday and several testified on her behalf, describing Lowe as a sweet and humble person who is widely loved and respected. That testimony came during a bond hearing for the woman, who was arrested last week after authorities reported her father had found the body of one of the baby boys in his daughter's laundry basket.On Monday, Mark Lowe defended his daughter in court, saying, "Lindsey is a model daughter and we love her very much.