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Prosecutors say fatal Chicago stabbing was part of 'sexual fantasies'

CHICAGO _ The former Northwestern University professor and Oxford University employee accused of fatally stabbing a 26-year-old man in a Chicago high-rise last month had communicated for months about their "sexual fantasies" of killing someone and then each other, prosecutors said Sunday.

Wyndham Lathem, 43, and Andrew Warren, 56, were held without bond after prosecutors detailed the allegations against them during

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