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Jun 2, 2020

So hold on just a minute.  Let's get this straight:  Guy was murdered in his home.  All the doors were locked. No broken or open windows.  All the locks had been recently changed except the French doors in the bedroom.  The only person known to have a second key for those French doors is guy's soon-to-be ex-wife, whose...


May 26, 2020

Since 1980, more than a quarter of a million unsolved homicides have occurred in the United States - which is more than all U.S. military deaths since the end of WWII.  And here's the maddening truth about those unsolved cases - there is no centralized agency in the United States dedicated to keeping track of cold or...


May 19, 2020

In one of the most rage-inducing cases she's covered so far, Melissa investigates the outrageous circumstances surrounding the official suicide of U.S. Army PFC LaVena Johnson while stationed at the Balad Air Base in Iraq in July 2005, just eight days shy of here 20th birthday.  And we put the emphasis on...


May 12, 2020

18 year- old Abdi Sharif lived with his family in Des Moines, Iowa.  He and his sister both worked at a local Target store to help support the struggling household.  By all accounts a happy, friendly kid, Abdi intended to spend some time with his friends on a snowy night at the mall where the Target Store is located on...


May 5, 2020

Bryce Laspisa was having problems.  What sort of problems, he wouldn't say.  But at the end of August 2013 it was pretty clear to his friends - and his girlfriend - up in the far-Northern California town of Chico, where Bryce was attending a local community college, that something was not right.  The young redhead had...