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Judge to hear motion to seal records in Broken Arrow deaths

   TULSA, Okla. (AP) _ Attorneys for two Broken Arrow brothers charged in the stabbing deaths of their parents and three siblings are asking a judge to halt the release of records they claim could jeopardize their chance at a fair trial.
 
   A Tulsa district judge is to hear argument Wednesday on behalf of 18-year-old Robert Bever and 16-year-old Michael Bever, who have been charged with five counts of first-degree murder in the July 22 attack. A judge entered not guilty pleas for both on Monday and authorities haven't released a motive.
 
   The hearing comes after Broken Arrow officials didn't release a recording of a 911 call and other records generated in the investigation to reporters as promised on Tuesday.
 
   A Broken Arrow police sergeant had described the 911 call as ``gruesome'' last week.

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