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In 2013, Appellant was convicted of ten felonies for acts perpetrated against his ex-girlfriend, their son, and Appellant’s six-year-old second cousin. The Supreme Court affirmed. In 2015, Appellant filed a motion for a new trial based on a recantation by his ex-girlfriend. The district court denied the motion. The Supreme Court affirmed, holding that the district court did not abuse its discretion in denying Appellant’s motion for a new trial where the court found that the ex-girlfriend’s post-trial recantation was not credible and the court’s assessment that the ex-girlfriend’s “recantation of her recantation” constituted cumulative evidence relating to her credibility.