Murder Cases

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List Of Case Closed Episodes (seasons 1–15) - Episode List - Season 4: 1997–1998
83 86 "The Set Up" / "General Hospital Murder Case" "Sōgōbyōin Satsujin Jiken" (総合病院殺人事件) December 1, 87 ... "Massacre Night (Part 1)" / "Ski Lodge Murder Case (Pa ... (Part 2)" / "Caught Up with the Great Detective! 2 Murder Cases!"2 hrs ... Kudo Revealed (Part 3)" / "Caught Up with the Great Detective! 2 Murder Cases!"2 hrs ...
Atlanta Murders Of 1979–1981 - Trial
... the victims Williams was indicted for Jimmy Ray Payne and Nathaniel Cater and the 12 pattern-murder cases, in which circumstantial evidence culminated in numerous links among the crimes ... - the jury found Wayne Bertram Williams guilty of the two murders ... Georgia, Police Chief Louis Graham ordered the reopening of the murder cases of five boys who were killed in DeKalb County between February and May 1981 that had been attributed to Williams ...
List Of The New Detectives Episodes - Episodes - Season 3 (1997-1998)
1997 Forensic scientists attempt to build a murder case without a body 3 ... "Shreds of Evidence" December 16, 1997 Murder cases are built by forensic scientists ... Includes the murders committed by Judy Buenoano, the death of Gloria Ramirez, and the murder of Peggy Carr 6 ... "Tools of Death" January 13, 1998 Forensic scientists examine tools used in ...

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