New Arrivals · True Crime

May 27, 2017
These titles were recently added to the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.

Encountering genocide : personal accounts from victims, perpetrators, and witnesses

May 26, 2017
Santa Barbara, California : ABC-CLIO, [2014]
xviii, 305 pages ; 26 cm
The Herero genocide -- The Armenian genocide -- The Holocaust -- The Cambodian genocide -- The Guatemalan genocide -- The East Timor genocide -- The Kurdistan genocide -- The Rwandan genocide -- The Bosnian genocide -- The Darfur genocide.
"Cutting-edge in its scope and approach, this unique volume offers first-person accounts of modern genocides to enable readers to more fully examine genocidal experiences and better understand the horror of such events"-- Provided by publisher.

The crime book

May 26, 2017
Hogan, Shanna, author.
New York, New York : DK, 2017.
352 pages : illustratons (some color) ; 24 cm.
Includes index.
Explores the cases of over one hundred notorious crimes and criminals from world history, covering bandits, arsonists, hucksters, white collar criminals, organized crime, kidnappers, extortionists, and murderers.

The fact of a body : a murder and a memoir

May 18, 2017
Marzano-Lesnevich, Alexandria, author.
viii, 326 pages ; 24 cm
"Before Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich begins a summer job at a law firm in Louisiana, working to help defend men accused of murder, she thinks her position is clear. The child of two lawyers, she is staunchly anti-death penalty. But the moment convicted murderer Ricky Langley's face flashes on the screen as she reviews old tapes -- the moment she hears him speak of his crimes -- she is overcome with the feeling of wanting him to die. Shocked by her reaction, she digs deeper and deeper into the case. Despite their vastly different circumstances, something in his story is unsettlingly, uncannily familiar. Crime, even the darkest and most unsayable acts, can happen to any one of us. As Alexandria pores over the facts of the murder, she finds herself thrust into the complicated narrative of Ricky's childhood, and by examining his case, is forced to face her own story, unearth long-buried family secrets, and reckon with a past that colors her view of Ricky's crime."-- Provided by publisher.

Body horror : capitalism, fear, misogyny, jokes

May 16, 2017
Moore, Anne Elizabeth, author.
xxxi, 229 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Massacre on Veng Sreng Street -- The shameful legacy (and secret promise) of the sanitary napkin disposal bag -- Women -- A few things I have learned about illness in America -- Model employee -- Vagina dentata -- Consumpcyon -- Cultural imperative -- On leaving the birthplace of standard time -- Superbugs are coming for you! -- Fake snake oil -- The presence of no present -- Fucking cancer -- The metaphysics of compost -- Three months after emerging from your deathbed.
Unspeakable acts are committed on women's bodies under capitalism everyday. In Body Horror, Anne Elizabeth Moore explores the global toll of capitalism on women with thorough research and surprising humor, given the horrific nature of her findings. The essays range from journalistic investigations (the Cambodian garment industry) to thoughts on popular entertainment to her own experiences seeking care and community in the United States health care system.

American kingpin : the epic hunt for the criminal mastermind behind the Silk Road

May 9, 2017
Bilton, Nick, author.
New York, New York : Portfolio/Penguin, [2017]
xv, 329 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
The pink pill -- Ross Ulbricht -- Julia Vie -- The debate -- Jared's khat -- The bonfire -- The Silk Road -- Ross the farmer -- Opening day of the Silk Road -- What goes up must come down -- The Gawker article -- A bull's-eye on my back -- Julia tells Erica -- What have you done?! -- Jared and the fifty-ton Flamingo -- From Austin to Australia -- Carl Force's tomorrow -- Variety Jones and the serpent -- Jared goes shopping -- The dread pirate Roberts -- Carl Force is born again -- "O Captain, my captain" -- Ross, hanged or home -- Carl, Eladio, and Nob -- Jared's Chicago versus Carl's Baltimore -- The mutiny -- A billion dollars?! -- The aspiring billionaire in Costa Rica -- Variety Jones goes to Scotland -- The armory opens -- Ross silences Julia -- Chris Tarbell, FBI -- Ross arrives in San Francisco -- Chris is the pit -- Batten down the hatches! -- Jared's dead ends -- A pirate in Dominica -- Carl likes DPR -- Kidney for sale! -- The White House in Utah -- Curtis is tortured -- The first murder -- The FBI joins the hunt -- Camping and the ball -- Gary Alford, IRS -- Life and death on the road -- Gary's big change -- Ross goes underground -- Carl switches teams -- A parking ticket on the internet -- Tarbell finds a mistake -- The fake IDs, part one -- The deconfliction meeting -- Jared becomes Cirrus -- Julia is saved! Hallelujah! -- The fake IDs, part two -- Onward to Federal Plaza -- Julia comes to San Francisco -- I am God -- The phone call -- The good-bye party -- The pink sunset -- Carla Sophia -- FeLiNa -- Arrested -- The laptop -- Ross locked up -- United States of America v. Ross William Ulbricht -- To catch a pirate -- Sentencing -- The plural of mongoose -- The museum -- The others.
"The unbelievable true story of the man who built a billion-dollar online drug empire from his bedroom - and almost got away with it In 2011, a 26-year-old libertarian programmer named Ross Ulbricht launched the ultimate free market: the Silk Road, a clandestine website hosted on the Dark Web where anyone could trade anything - drugs, hacking software, forged passports, counterfeit cash, poisons - free of the government's watchful eye. It wasn't long before the media got wind of the new website where anyone - not just teenagers and weed dealers but terrorists and black hat hackers - could buy and sell contraband detection-free. Spurred by a public outcry, the federal government launched an epic two-year manhunt for the site's elusive proprietor, with no leads, no witnesses, and no clear jurisdiction. All the investigators knew was that whoever was running the site called himself the Dread Pirate Roberts. The Silk Road quickly ballooned into a $1.2 billion enterprise, and Ross embraced his new role as kingpin. He enlisted a loyal crew of allies in high and low places, all as addicted to the danger and thrill of running an illegal marketplace as their customers were to the heroin they sold. Through his network he got wind of the target on his back and took drastic steps to protect himself - including ordering a hit on a former employee. As Ross made plans to disappear forever, the feds raced against the clock to catch a man they weren't sure even existed, searching for a needle in the haystack of the global Internet. Drawing on exclusive access to key players and two billion digital words and images Ross left behind, Vanity Fair correspondent and New York Times best-selling author Nick Bilton offers a tale filled with twists and turns, lucky breaks, and unbelievable close calls. It's a story of the boy next door's ambition gone criminal, spurred on by the clash between the new world of libertarian-leaning, anonymous, decentralized web advocates and the old world of government control, order, and the rule of law. Filled with unforgettable characters and capped by an astonishing climax, American Kingpin might be dismissed as too outrageous for fiction. But it's all too real" --Inside jacket.

The Black Hand : the epic war between a brilliant detective and the deadliest secret society in American history

May 5, 2017
Talty, Stephan, author.
Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, [2017]
xix, 298 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Prologue: "a great and consuming terror" -- "This capital of half a world" -- Hunter of men -- "In mortal dread" -- The mysterious six -- A general rebellion -- Explosion -- Wave -- The General -- "The terror of hurtful people" -- "Once to be born, once to die" -- War without quarter -- The city of living death -- Backlash -- A secret service -- The gentleman -- In Sicily -- Black horses -- Goatville -- A return.
Beginning in the summer of 1903 the children of Italian immigrants were kidnapped, and dozens of innocent victims were gunned down. Bombs tore apart tenement buildings. Judges, senators, Rockefellers, and society matrons were threatened with gruesome deaths. The perpetrators' only calling card: the symbol of a black hand. The tabloid press heated ethnic tensions to the boiling point. Joseph Petrosino, a dogged and ingenious detective, and the all-Italian police squad he assembled, raced to capture members of the secret criminal society before the country's anti-immigrant tremors exploded into catastrophe.

The notorious Reno Gang : the wild story of the West's first brotherhood of thieves, assassins, and train robbers

May 3, 2017
Dickinson, Rachel, author.
Guilford, Connecticut : Lyons Press, [2017]
xii, 248 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm

One cut

May 1, 2017
Porinchak, Eve, author.
New York : Simon Pulse, 2017.
ix, 241 pages ; 22 cm.
"Real stories. Real teens. Real crimes. A backyard brawl turned media circus filled with gang accusations turns a small, quiet town upside down in this second book in the new Simon True series. On May 22, 1995 at 7 p.m. sixteen-year-old Jimmy Farris and seventeen-year-old Mike McLoren were working out outside Mike's backyard fort. Four boys hopped the fence, and a fight broke out inside the dark fort made of two-by-four planks and tarps. Within minutes, both Mike and Jimmy had been stabbed. Jimmy died a short time later. While neighbors knew that the fort was a local hangout where drugs were available, the prosecution depicted the four defendants as gang members, and the crime as gang related. The accusations created a media circus, and added fuel to the growing belief that this affluent, safe, all-white neighborhood was in danger of a full-blown gang war. Four boys stood trial. All four boys faced life sentences. Why? Because of California's Felony Murder Rule. The law states that "a death is considered first degree murder when it is commissioned during one of the following felonies: Arson, Rape, Carjacking, Robbery, Burglary, Mayhem, Kidnapping." In other words, if you--or somebody you are with--intends to commit a felony, and somebody accidentally dies in the process, all parties can be tried and convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to life without parole, even if nobody had any intention of committing a murder. What really happened that day? Was it a case of robbery gone wrong? Gang activity? Or was it something else?"-- Provided by publisher.

Down city : a daughter's story of love, memory, and murder

April 19, 2017
Carroll, Leah, author.
228 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
"Leah Carroll's mother, a gifted amateur photographer, was murdered by two drug dealers with Mafia connections when Leah was four years old. Her father, a charming alcoholic who hurtled between depression and mania, was dead by the time she was eighteen. Why did her mother have to die? Why did the man who killed her receive such a light sentence? What darkness did Leah inherit from her parents? Leah was left to put together her own future and, now in her memoir, she explores the mystery of her parents' lives, through interviews, photos, and police records. Heartbreaking, and mesmerizing, it's the story of a resilient young woman's determination to discover the truth about a mother she never knew and the deeply troubled father who raised her-a man who was, Leah writes, "both my greatest champion and biggest obstacle.""--Provided by publisher.

The spider network : the wild story of a math genius, a gang of backstabbing bankers, and one of the greatest scams in financial history

March 31, 2017
Enrich, David, 1979- author.
New York, NY : Custom House, an imprint of William Morrow, [2017]
xiii, 509 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Part I. The scam -- Watching the coronation -- The hall of mirrors -- Classy people -- Peak performance -- The lucky turnstile -- The sycophants -- Your name in print -- A yacht in Monaco -- Part II. Ascending -- What's a cabal? -- Entre nous -- Gods of the sea -- In the flag room -- A slap on the wrist -- Part III. The second scam -- He's the one -- Spiders -- A crook of the first order -- The unit cost of steak -- Charades -- Part IV. Victory -- Within the ark.
A "Wall Street Journal" business reporter unveils the story of how math genius Tom Hayes, his associates, and a deeply corrupt banking system ignited one of the greatest financial scandals in history.

Murder in plain English : from manifestos to memes : looking at murder through the words of killers

March 20, 2017
Arntfield, Michael, author.
Amherst : Prometheus Books, 2017.
335 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 319-324) and index.
"This is the first book to examine murder through the written word--not only the writings of the killers themselves, but also the story of murder as told in literary fiction and the crime dramas that are now a staple of film and television. The authors--a criminologist specializing in cold cases, written evidence, and forensic science, and an anthropologist who has dealt with the signs and ciphers of organized crime and street gangs in his previous work--are widely recognized experts in this emerging specialty field. Based on extensive research and interviews with convicted murderers, the book emphasizes the often-overlooked narrative impulse that drives killers, with the authors explaining how both mass and serial murderers perceive their crimes as stories and why a select few are compelled to commit these stories to writing whether before, during, or after their horrific acts. The book also analyzes the written work of killers, using a combination of machine-based linguistic patterning, predictive modeling, and symbolic interpretation, to make sense of the screeds of everyone from the Son of Sam and the Zodiac Killer to the Columbine attackers, the Unabomber, and the recent spate of mass shooters using social media as their preferred narrative platform. They present a theoretical perspective of murder that is based on both the criminological evidence and written works. In addition, the authors examine famous literature that has dealt ingeniously with murder and its relationship with real crime, from the Greek tragedians to Truman Capote to modern-day productions such as Making a Murderer. This unique approach offers a new means to penetrate the minds of murderers, revealing their motives as well as the wider social meanings of this age-old crime and our continuing fascination with it"-- Provided by publisher.

Ripper : the secret life of Walter Sickert

March 10, 2017
Cornwell, Patricia Daniels, author.
553 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 24 cm
"Incorporating material from Portrait of a Killer: Jack the Ripper-- Case Closed, this new edition has been revised and expanded to include eight new chapters, detailed maps and hundreds of images that bring the sinister case to life."--Jacket.
Mr. Nobody -- The unfortunates -- By some person unknown -- A glorious boy -- Thorns and sharp stones -- Walter and the boys -- The daughters of Cobden -- The gentleman slummer -- A bit of broken looking glass -- The dark lantern -- The royal conspiracy -- Dreadful bleeding corpses -- Instant death -- Wide staring eyes -- Red fingerprints -- Hue and cry -- Crochet work and flowers -- A cautious indicator -- A painted letter -- A man in ordinary life -- Stygian blackness -- The streets until dawn -- A shiny black bag -- These characters about -- Night horrors -- A great joke -- A social disease -- A lovely sea side business -- A very bad man -- In a horse bin -- Three keys -- The darkest day of the darkest night -- Sweet violets -- Shapes on the wall -- Further from the grave -- My coda to Jack the Ripper -- How it all began and never ended.
Examines the century-old series of murders that terrorized London in the 1880s, drawing on research, state-of-the-art forensic science, and insights into the criminal mind to reveal the true identity of the infamous Jack the Ripper.

Gosnell : the untold story of America's most prolific serial killer

March 10, 2017
McElhinney, Ann, author.
xx, 347 pages ; 24 cm
From drug bust to house of horrors -- "Murder in plain sight" -- Dereliction of duty -- Willing accomplices -- "The Indian woman" -- The babies -- Gosnell on trial -- Gosnell versus Gump -- Profiled in courage? -- Media malpractice -- America's biggest serial killer? -- Meeting the monster -- Aftermath.
In 2013 Dr Kermit Gosnell was convicted of killing four people, including three babies, but is thought to have killed hundreds, perhaps thousands more in a 30-year killing spree. Gosnell is currently serving three life sentences (without the possibility of parole) for murdering babies and patients at his "House of Horrors" abortion clinic. This book--now a major movie starring Dean Cain (Lois & Clarke)--reveals how the investigation that brought Gosnell to justice started as a routine drugs investigation and turned into a shocking unmasking of America's biggest serial killer. It details how compliant politicians and bureaucrats allowed Dr. Gosnell to carry out his grisly trade because they didn't want to be accused of "attacking abortion." Gosnell also exposes the media coverup that saw reporters refusing to cover a story that shone an unwelcome spotlight on abortion in America in the 21st century.

The axeman of New Orleans : the true story

March 3, 2017
Davis, Miriam C., author.
Chicago, Illinois : Chicago Review Press, [2017]
xiii, 306 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
A look at the 1910-1919 New Orleans murders committed by the Axeman, the surrounding trial of later-exonerated Iorlando and Frank Jordano, and the likelihood that the Axeman continued to murder after he left New Orleans.

Hate crimes in America

March 1, 2017
Abramovitz, Melissa, 1954- author.
112 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.
The Charleston massacre -- What are hate crimes? -- Why do hate crimes occur? -- The history of hate crimes in America -- The evolution of hate crime laws -- The nature of modern hate crime laws -- Are hate crime laws necessary? -- Free speech and hate speech -- Combating hate crimes.
"Hate Crimes in America covers the history of crimes motivated by prejudice, examples of such incidents in the headlines today, and the ways in which communities are responding to these vicious acts."--Publisher's website.

Black edge : inside information, dirty money, and the quest to bring down the most wanted man on Wall Street

February 13, 2017
Kolhatkar, Sheelah, author.
xx, 344 pages ; 25 cm
Money, money, money -- What Stevie wants, Stevie gets -- Murderers' Row -- It's like gambling at Rick's -- Edgy, proprietary information -- Conflict of interest -- Stuff that legends are made of -- The informant -- The death of kings -- Occam's razor -- Undefeatable -- The whale -- Karma -- The life raft -- Justice -- Judgment.
"Steven A. Cohen is a Wall Street legend. Born into a middle class family in a decidedly upper class suburb on Long Island, he was unpopular in high school and unlucky with girls. Then he went off to Wharton, and in 1992 launched the hedge fund SAC Capital, which grew into a $15 billion empire. He cultivated an air of mystery and reclusiveness -- at one point, owned the copyright to almost every picture taken of him -- and also of extreme excess, building a 35,000 square foot house in Greenwich, flying to work by helicopter, and amassing one of the largest private art collections in the world. But on Wall Street, he was revered as a genius: one of the greatest traders who ever lived. That public image was shattered when SAC Capital became the target of a sprawling, seven-year criminal and SEC investigation, the largest in Wall Street history, led by an undermanned but determined group of government agents, prosecutors, and investigators. Experts in finding and using "black edge" (inside information), SAC Capital was ultimately fined nearly $2 billion -- the largest penalty in history -- and shut down. But as Sheelah Kolhatkar shows, Steven Cohen was never actually put out of business. He was allowed to keep trading his own money (in 2015, he made $350 million), and can start a new hedge fund in only a few years. Though eight SAC employees were convicted or pleaded guilty to insider trading, Cohen himself walked away a free man. Black Edge is a riveting, true-life thriller that raises an urgent and troubling question: Are Wall Street titans like Steven Cohen above the law?"-- Provided by publisher.

The blood of Emmett Till

February 8, 2017
Tyson, Timothy B., author.
x, 291 pages ; 25 cm
Nothing that boy did -- Boots on the porch -- Growing up black in Chicago -- Emmett in Chicago and "Little Mississippi" -- Pistol-whipping at Christmas -- The incident -- On the third day -- Mama made the earth tremble -- Warring regiments of Mississippi -- Black Monday -- People we don't need around here any more -- Fixed opinions -- Mississippi underground -- "There he is" -- Every last Anglo-Saxon one of you -- The verdict of the world -- Protest politics -- Killing Emmett Till -- Epilogue: the children of Emmett Till.
"The event that launched the civil rights movement--the 1955 lynching of young Emmett Till--now reexamined by an award-winning author with access to never-before-heard accounts from those involved as well as recently recovered court transcripts from the trial,"--NoveList.

Our friend Travis : the Travis Alexander story

February 8, 2017
Hughes, Sky, author.
Preston, Idaho : CSHI Media Productions, ©2015.
xxiii, 391 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Chronicles the life of Travis Alexander his relationship with Jodi Arias.

The spider and the fly : a reporter, a serial killer, and the meaning of murder

February 1, 2017
Rowe, Claudia, 1966- author.
New York, NY : HarperCollins Publishers, [2017]
276 pages ; 24 cm
The weight of paper -- 99 Fulton Avenue -- When night falls -- Tricks of the trade -- The final insult -- Strange town -- As if we were friends -- Close to home -- Evidence of things not seen -- Man and monster -- Solitaire -- U-turns -- Ghost story -- A day in the life -- One of our own -- The face in the mirror -- Discharged -- Epilogue.
"In September 1998, young reporter Claudia Rowe was working as a stringer for the New York Times in Poughkeepsie, New York, when local police discovered the bodies of eight women stashed in the attic and basement of the small colonial home that Kendall Francois, a painfully polite twenty-seven-year-old community college student, shared with his parents and sister. Growing up amid the safe, bourgeois affluence of New York City, Rowe had always been secretly fascinated by the darkness, and soon became obsessed with the story and with Francois. She was consumed with the desire to understand just how a man could abduct and strangle eight women and how a family could live for two years, seemingly unaware, in a house with the victims' rotting corpses. She also hoped to uncover what humanity, if any, a murderer could maintain in the wake of such monstrous evil."-- Provided by publisher.

Masters of the swindle : true stories of con men, cheaters & scam artists

January 19, 2017
Milano, Italy : White Star Publishers, [2016]
303 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 22 cm
Translated from the Italian.
Includes indexes.
"When trickery encounters credulity, spectacular things happen: we call them swindles. In this volume, we present 40 cases, from the nineteenth century to the present. Some of these are famous, some of these less famous, and many are elegant. But almost always, the schemes discussed here are works of genius."--Jacket.

Unsportsmanlike conduct : college football and the politics of rape

January 6, 2017
Luther, Jessica.
[Brooklyn, New York] : Edge of Sports/Akashic Books, [2016]
247 pages ; 22 cm

Confession of a serial killer : the untold story of Dennis Rader, the BTK killer

January 3, 2017
Ramsland, Katherine M., 1953-
Hanover, NH : ForeEdge, 2016.
x, 262 pages, 12 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- The death path -- First inklings of trouble -- Dark explorations -- Down time -- Cubing -- Pent up -- Double lives -- Factors X -- The killer next door -- I have a problem -- Stir up the pot -- Looking back -- Greetings to my fans -- Story, interrupted -- The inner minotaur -- Epilogue: the tipping point -- Bibliography -- Index.

Writing to save a life : the Louis Till file

December 5, 2016
Wideman, John Edgar, author.
New York : Scribner, 2016.
193 pages ; 22 cm
Louis Till -- The file -- Graves.
"In The Louis Till File, John Edgar Wideman searches for Louis Till, a silent victim of American injustice. Wideman's personal interaction with the story began when he learned of Emmett's murder in 1955; Wideman was also fourteen years old. After reading decades later about Louis's execution, he couldn't escape the twin tragedies of father and son, and tells their stories together for the first time. Author of the award-winningBrothers and Keepers, Wideman brings extraordinary insight and a haunting intimacy to this devastating story. An amalgam of research, memoir, and imagination, The Louis Till File is completely original in its delivery--an engaging and enlightening conversation between generations, the living and the dead, fathers and sons. Wideman turns seventy-five this year, and he brings the force of his substantial intellect and experience to this beautiful, stirring book, his first nonfiction in fifteen years,"--Baker & Taylor.

The thieves of Threadneedle Street : the incredible true story of the American forgers who nearly broke the Bank of England

November 30, 2016
Booth, Nicholas, 1964- author.
351 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Originally published: Stroud : The History Press, 2014.
'For lack of a nail' -- Formidable rascals -- Strangers, silk hats, and salting wells -- Rogues' gallery -- The social triumphs of a silver king -- Mistresses of misfortune -- The skewering of Colonel Peregrine Madgwick Francis -- The finer arts of forgery -- Hearts and minds -- Strange messengers -- Devil to pay -- Before your very eyes -- Cat and mouse -- Means of escape -- The melancholy of all things done.
"In the summer of 1873, four American forgers went on trial at the Old Bailey--London's iconic law court--for the greatest fraud the world had ever seen. The attempted crime: stealing five million dollars from the Bank of England from under the noses of its unsuspecting officials. [In this book], Booth tells the extraordinary true story of the forgers' earliest escapades in Chicago, Louisville, and Manhattan, culminating with the heist at the world's leading financial institution"

Murder in the Bayou : who killed the women known as the Jeff Davis 8?

November 28, 2016
Brown, Ethan, 1972- author.
New York : Scribner, [2016]
xxii, 245 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Loretta -- Boom and bust -- Lucky and LeDoux -- Frankie -- Ernestine -- Kristen -- Whitnei -- Gunter and Guillory -- "Death on me": Muggy, Crystal, and Brittney -- The undoing -- "Frankie Richard's coming and hell is coming with him" -- "The past is the past" -- Coda: Boustany and the Boudreaux Inn -- Whistle-blower in white robes.
Between 2005 and 2009, the bodies of eight women were discovered around the town of Jennings, in Jefferson Davis Parish, Louisiana. They had all engaged in sex work as a means of survival, and they came to be called the Jeff Davis 8. The investigations into their deaths, originally searching for a serial killer, raised questions about police misconduct and corruption.

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