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A set of actual crime tales positive aspects the name paintings in which the writer examines the proof at the back of midwestern love triangle among an beautiful girl and male competitors that exploded in homicide.

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P65 44 12/20/2002, 1:03 PM 45 Bob Crane In a 1994 article in the Arizona Republic, reporter Pamela Manson detailed the mistakes made by the Scottsdale Police Department: The actress who found the body was permitted to answer the phone at the crime scene, possibly before technicians could dust for prints. Her large handbag was never searched. Officers trooped in and out of the Scottsdale apartment where Crane’s body was discovered on June 29, 1978. Evidence was dumped into one garbage bag, allowing for the possibility of tainting individual items.

F December 1994. Richard Green, 44, of Washington, was arrested and charged with unlawful entry after he snuck onto the White House grounds when the southwest gate opened to allow a vehicle to leave. f December 1994. Marcelino Corniel, 33, a homeless man, was shot and killed by police as he stood on the sidewalk outside the White House. Corniel had charged across Pennsylvania Avenue brandishing a knife. f December 1994. An unidentified man fired a gun at the White House. Four bullets were found on the grounds, but nothing further is known about this incident.

F December 1994. Franklin Ruff, 27, of Las Vegas, was arrested on the Ellipse, an open park between the south grounds of the White House and the Washington Monument. Ruff was allegedly carrying a gun, but nothing further is known about this incident. f December 1994. Richard Green, 44, of Washington, was arrested and charged with unlawful entry after he snuck onto the White House grounds when the southwest gate opened to allow a vehicle to leave. f December 1994. Marcelino Corniel, 33, a homeless man, was shot and killed by police as he stood on the sidewalk outside the White House.

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